The College Advising Corps is a great program in working on improving the college-going culture in high schools, but it only works if the students actually see what you are doing.
Category: Faculty & Staff
By Michelle Chafin, North Duplin Jr./Sr. High in Duplin County I grew up in Jacksonville NC. It was a military town, so there was a lot of change going on around me. I rarely felt
The University Fellowship Office is asking faculty and staff to nominate students for nationally competitive and prestigious awards.
This fall staff from across DASA are again getting together an intramural soccer team for fun and exercise (participating in the Grad/Faculty/Staff league) and we are seeking new teammates! Games are short and the season is short!
Are you looking to learn more about how to utilize assessment data to help make decisions in your unit?
Provost Warwick Arden has appointed Dr. Lisa Zapata and Bret Smith, IDSA, to key leadership roles in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs following the departure of Dr. Mike Mullen. Zapata will serve as
Earlier this summer, Nithin Gupta, a senior majoring in genetics, began working on his summer research project. It focuses on developing organoids that could revolutionize how we approach dealing with potential side-effects in medical treatments.
DASA’s First Term Survey helps our division learn how we can best support the success of the whole student. We need your help to promote the survey to first-term students this fall.
On August 16 you can join The Quadrivium Project at Raleigh’s Lincoln Theatre as they perform the show they’re calling “Woodstock and Beyond: Songs of Love and Protest.”
A good advisor can mean the difference between going to college or not. In the words of Nicholas Bryant, a high school senior in Duplin County, “If it wasn’t for [my advisor], I probably wouldn’t have gone to college anywhere.”