Five Questions with Eli Whitley
New Student Orientation welcomes thousands of first-year and transfer students to NC State each summer. Orientation student coordinator Eli Whitley, a rising junior in communication, talks about his involvement in orientation and how he makes new students feel at home.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Engaging Students in Online Learning
In this month's Pack Hacks, Kim Allen, director of graduate programs, associate professor and extension specialist in the Department of Youth, Family and Community Sciences, and Angela Smith, teaching associate professor and coordinator of college counseling and the student development program in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development, give insight into keeping students engaged in online learning.
14 Score NSF Fellowships for Graduate Research
The highly competitive awards go to students pursuing graduate degrees in the STEM disciplines.
Five Questions with Patrick Rand
NC State faculty make an indelible impact on the university through their dedication to teaching, research and service. Patrick Rand, is one of those faculty, and is this year’s NC State recipient of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Teaching International Students
This month, Jillian Haeseler, teaching assistant professor and director of the English as a Second Language program in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, gives advice on engaging international students in the classroom.
NC State Coordinates East Africa Higher Education Summit
As part of the Global Engagement Institute, NC State University and Makerere University co-organized the East African Higher Education Summit on Building Communities for Resilience, which took place March 11-13 in Kampala, Uganda. Sixteen NC State faculty and staff members […]
New Research Enterprise Data System Marks a Milestone
Faculty members using animals in research or teaching confront a sizable amount of paperwork to ensure they comply with legal and ethical rules. There’s a 17-page application form, an annual renewal form and a final report, not to mention forms…
Inside Sensory Services
Dedication to excellent teaching, the creation and application of knowledge, and engagement with public and private partners is an everyday reality in Schaub Hall. That’s where Dr. MaryAnne Drake and the Sensory Service Center (SSC) conduct research that impacts consumers around the country.
Five Questions With Graduate Student Kelli Smith
NC State’s Textile Protection and Comfort Center (TPACC) trains the next generation of textile innovators. We spoke with Kelli Smith, a graduate research assistant in TPACC, about her work with the center, her research interests and how she hopes to weave her experience into her future plans.
Setting the Stage for Creativity in Education
NC State sets a strong example of how the convergence of faculty, staff and student knowledge leads to educational excellence. These kinds of collaborations were on full display at the 2019 Teaching and Learning Symposium, sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development.