The Division of Academic and Student Affairs fondly remembers Thomas E.H. Conway, a brilliant mentor, educator, advocate, and leader in North Carolina higher education. He worked in numerous influential positions during his 32 years at NC State.
This fall, the University Tutorial Center will become the Academic Success Center and move its offices and student spaces from Park Shops to a newly renovated space on the second floor of D.H. Hill, Jr. Library.
Nikki Glenos and Advising Technology staff led a special effort to keep students connected with their professors and advisors following the university’s transition to online classes this spring. They also developed a survey to identify and reach out to students who needed help obtaining reliable computer and internet access.
Alumna Qulea Anderson writes about the storied past of the rock wall in Carmichael Gymnasium and the new climbing amenities that will be available after the building’s renovation.
During COVID-19, mental and physical wellness are both more important than ever before. Here are five events and activities to help you look after yourself this summer.
Melanie Flowers, president of Student Government at NC State, has been elected by her peers to serve as chair of the Council of Student Body Presidents for the UNC System. She also discussed what it’s been like to serve in both capacities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day last week, the IT Accessibility Office honored several employees in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs as Spring 2020 Accessibility Champions.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Student Emergency Fund.
During his four years on campus, Jarred Taylor ’20 helped spread and grow the message of well-being on campus. He was recognized for his efforts with Wellness and Recreation’s John F. Miller Award this spring.
Named in honor of the late Coach Kay Yow, who coined the “Village” moniker, the Spirit of the Village Award was established in 2008 and recognizes outstanding residents in NC State’s Living and Learning Villages.