Dr. Mike Mullen, Vice Chancellor and Dean in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs at NC State University, announced today that Richard Holly has agreed to serve as executive director of ARTS NC STATE.
On February 27, Division of Academic and Student Affairs Marketing and Communications and Technology Services offices flipped the switch on the new dasa.ncsu.edu website that has been in the works since late last fall. The
On February 4, 2015, University Housing and the Wolfpack Nation attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people playing monopoly in a single venue. Students and staff members showed up
The Career Development Center is the go-to campus resource for students preparing to enter the workforce. Students can begin using the career center as soon as they arrive on campus as freshmen, and they will
NC State’s Preliminary Recruitment of Exceptional Prospectives (PREP) program has been named a Bronze Award Winner for the NASPA Excellence Awards in the “Off-Campus, Commuter, Non-traditional, Graduate, Professional, and related” category. Consideration for awards is
Stephany Dunstan, Ph.D., Assistant Director of the Office of Assessment, has been awarded the 2014 Outstanding Doctoral Research Award from Emerald Group Publishing and the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL). Her dissertation,
NC State will be participating in the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL), an international research study that provides important insights on the leadership development and learning needs of college students. The survey launched today (February
A reminder that DASA Tech will still be responding to help requests to the best of our ability during the current adverse weather event. Some of our folks may be working remotely; we hope response times are
For more information and/or to submit a nominee, visit Student Involvement. The inaugural Student LEAD Awards Banquet, hosted by the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service, will recognize individuals and organizations having demonstrated exemplary service,
http://shar.es/1o6TKO This is an interesting trend. Our own Friday Institute has a very successful MOOC program — they have had more than 15,000 participants in the last couple of years.