It’s student elections season once again, as evidenced by this year’s crop of colorful campaign signs dotting the campus at every turn. Candidates for the four highest-profile leadership roles (Student Body President, Treasurer, Senate
More than 200 NC State students are embracing their inner wanderlust and commitment to service this week while participating in Alternative Service Break (ASB) trips, led by the Center for Student Leadership Engagement and Public
DASA Tech is tweeting! Check us out at http://twitter.com/NCStateDASATech. Here are the top 5 reasons to follow us: Stay in the loop on tech updates that impact operations in DASA units. This can be particularly helpful
Dr. Mike Mullen is Vice Chancellor and Dean for Academic and Student Affairs and Professor in the Department of Soil Science at NC State University.
This very short piece may seem to state the obvious, but the graphs are very interesting. http://www.pewinternet.org/three-technology-revolutions/ In particular, the mobile information reinforces that desktop/laptop ownership is flattening and tablet ownership continues to grow dramatically.
The DASA Tech team participating in Wolf Walks has a new name – Ctrl+Alt+Defeet. We plan to step all over the competition, and are inspired by our theme song.
We have quite a number of folks who are in need of a headshot to use on a departmental website, for print materials, and so on. We have engaged the University Photographers to hold several
#DASAFit has launched! Our pilot employee well-being program for all faculty and staff within DASA began on a cold and wet February 10 and continues through April 4. Teams across the Division have taken the challenge
Many of us in DASA have discussed some of these concepts recently. The Preview is a good overview if you have limited time to peruse. http://shar.es/QgKMP