October 2018 Announcements
Find out the latest happenings related to NC State faculty and staff, including Red and White Week, professional development workshops and more.
October 2018 Provost’s Corner
This month, faculty and staff have several opportunities to come together as an NC State community. Diversity Education Week runs October 15-19 and Red and White Week runs October 28-November 3.
Thank You, Teachers
NC State faculty make a marked difference in the personal and academic lives of their students. In recognition of this commitment to holistic student success, the Office of Faculty Development started the Thank a Teacher program in 2010.
A Pack of Podcasts
NC State brings together the brightest minds in higher education and helps share their stories through a variety of methods. Podcasts provide a unique avenue for faculty, staff and students to give a voice to their teaching, research, service and more.
Diversity Education Week Explores Social Identity
Diversity Education Week (DEW) seeks to reinforce and expand NC State’s commitment to making campus a more inclusive and welcoming place for all. In its ninth year, the initiative will focus on the theme of “Who Are We?: Defining the Wolfpack.”
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Learner-Centered Classroom Assessment Techniques
This month, Amy Neaves, senior faculty development specialist in the Office of Faculty Development, digs into Classroom Assessment Techniques, that encourage learner reflection and demonstrate where learning gaps may exist.
Making Education a Global Priority
Hiller Spires seeks to make education a global priority through her teaching, research and service. As the Friday Institute’s interim director and professor of literacy education in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, Spires has conducted the New Literacies Teacher Leader Institute in several international locations.
NCSU Libraries Director Finalists Announced
On-campus interviews for Senior Vice Provost and Director of Libraries finalist candidates will begin next week. The candidate chosen for this position will advance the NCSU Libraries’ legacy of academic leadership and collaborative efforts in building spaces, programs and partnerships for all of NC State and the community at large.
A Bus, a Goat and Lots of Learning: Retiring Administrator Looks Back at Career
Capping nearly 40 years at NC State, Alice Warren reflects on the people, programs and progress that made it all worthwhile.
September 2018 Announcements
Find out the latest academic and other happenings related to NC State faculty and staff, including upcoming professional development opportunities, exciting on-campus events, awards nominations and more.