The seminar drew participation from nearly 250 faculty, staff, and students from across the university.
Heather King, in the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) was inspired to explore what more NC State could do to help support the undergraduate students seeking research opportunities.
Green was awarded the honor during the Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards ceremony on April 26, 2018, for her contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion during the past year.
As students are enrolling in classes for the coming semester, Health and Exercise Studies is once again issuing each Wolfpack student a challenge: Take Eight at State.
Madelyn Afshar was looking for a way to merge her Psychology and Middle Eastern humanities majors with her interests in international relations and community service.
The conference provided universities an opportunity to share challenges and best practices regarding the software, and for a chance to listen, network, and discuss issues directly with Leepfrog developers and staff in person.
The Fellowship Advising Office (FAO) helps students and alumni to identify and apply for more than 80 prestigious, nationally competitive, funded award opportunities.
Spring exams are just around the corner, and with students looking for the best study spots, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs is opening Park Shops for extended hours.
Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
Summer Start at NC State is an opportunity for incoming students to jump-start their transition to college. The five-week program is a way for incoming students to become acclimated with college courses, staff, other students and the NC State community.