Student tutors and supplemental instructors from the University Tutorial Center have been forced to get creative with virtual sessions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, NC State’s campus radio station, is still broadcasting 24/7 during the pandemic and hopes to take people’s mind off of everything during this unprecedented time.
While students were enjoying spring break, NC State Division of Academic and Student Affairs teams across campus began mobilizing for the anticipated drastic measures to safeguard the community.
Sophomore Anna Poston has been admitted into the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings scholarship program. For the program, Poston has been awarded academic assistance for two years of full-time study and a 10-week, full-time paid internship at a NOAA facility next summer.
As a sophomore, Lauren White knows how difficult it can be adjusting to college life and academics. As a member of the LGBTQ community from out of state, and as a female in the traditionally male-dominated STEM field, the task of fitting in on campus seemed extra daunting when she first arrived at NC State. Fortunately, she had several mentors who helped her get acclimated and involved, and now she’s paying it forward to others like her.
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs partnered with several other departments across the university to develop the Keep Learning website, which provides resources and support for students acclimating to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
Jon Palmer, Daniel Haller, and Noah Wolfe have each received the Goldwater Scholarship—the most prestigious and competitive undergraduate award for STEM students in the country.
As we approach the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Student Health Services team continues the flurry of adaptations, reconfigurations, and regroupings to ensure that NC State students are safely cared for.
Meet the employees who spearheaded the Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ transition to remote work and instruction.
As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, caused disruption across the state of North Carolina and the nation this month, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before.