The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is pleased to announce the acquisition of another important partner in its $9.6 million building campaign. On February 2, 2015, the Wake County Board of Commissioners unanimously agreed to award $650,000
It takes a village to help a student achieve success. Faculty, advisors, mentors, RA’s– just to name a few– the work of every single person on this campus touches the lives of students in impactful
The Marian Drane Graham Scholars Program is a six-week immersive and experiential summer program designed to provide students the opportunity to develop leadership skills and gain a better understanding of key issues facing public higher
Welcome to the 2015 spring semester. We hope that you have returned to campus with renewed energy and excitement for the new challenges you will meet this year. And, during this time of renewal, it is also time to reflect on the historic work of Dr. Martin Luther King to move our society forward in the name of justice and equality. We started that reflection last night with the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Speaker, Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry.
Dear DASA Colleagues: We need your help in determining the future of information technology (IT) in DASA, and invite you to attend one of the following idea-generating sessions. These are open to all DASA employees.
There were about 500 students who previously never appeared in Beacon because of some piece of data that was incompatible with Beacon. For example, students from many of the US Territories have (correct, standard) postal
For those of you creating web pages or other materials with links to courses, the new course search system presents a very clean display. You may want to consider changing any links to individual courses
Students feeling the stress of exams were pleasantly surprised to find hot chocolate, coffee, and snacks waiting for them at Wolf Plaza during finals week. Campus Life’s Fuel Up for Finals table was a welcome
The Study Abroad Office is proud to announce that NC State is one of four grant recipients of the Transatlantic Friendship and Mobility Initiative, a grant to double the number of U.S students going to France and French students
Ninety years ago, the Music Department was an office of one. Walter Price came to NC State as an instructor in the College of Textiles, but an affinity for music led him to work with