Dear Campus Community, As you may know, yesterday we lost a member of the Wolfpack family and I know I speak for the larger community in stating that our thoughts and sympathies go to the
Category: Vice Chancellor & Dean
Everyday, Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) faculty and staff do amazing things. Each year the NC State University Awards for Excellence provides a public platform to recognize the accomplishments of some of our
Effective July 1, all academic services units in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) will transition into the newly formed University College, a unit within DASA. The new University College promotes academic success for all
Race relations on campuses across the country have been charged, as a result of a number of incidents that have taken place in college communities and in communities at large. Many institutions report having seen
On April 30, during DASA’s annual end of year celebration, we recognized the notable accomplishments of some of DASA’s hardest working employees. The NC State University Award for Excellence is the most prestigious honor awarded
On April 30, 2015, DASA employees celebrated an eventful year, culminating with an awards presentation highlighting our best and brightest. The award categories and recipients are as follows: Wolf Walks Competition Top 5 Teams: Competitive
Dear NC State Community, In many ways, we are experiencing another great year at NC State. Our university continues to garner top rankings, our students and faculty are consistently recognized as some of the best
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.
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.