Shining a Light on the Invisible Problem of Food and Housing Insecurity
One in seven NC State students struggle with food insecurity. And, one in 10 struggle with housing insecurity. Read about one student’s experience and learn what the university is doing to tackle the problem.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Globalizing Your Courses
Welcome back to Pack Hacks for Faculty. This month, Shaquana Suggs, a lecturer in the Department of English, gives insight into how faculty can globalize their courses.
A New Reality for Online Education
Online instruction at NC State is taking on a whole new meaning, thanks to emerging virtual reality technologies and the innovative folks at DELTA who adapt them for faculty and staff to use.
Launching the Doctor of Design Program: A Collaborative Journey
NC State College of Design launched the only online Doctor of Design program in the country. This flexibility is intended to converge technology, innovation, and academic rigor to create an effective program with a focus design investigation. Learn about the making of this program.
Faculty Strengthen Communities Through Extension and Engagement
J. Mark Scearce, professor of art and design, created a new original score for Dracula as a special commission for the Carolina Ballet, helping bring in crucial revenue for the nonprofit arts organization.
Placing Community at the Center
NC State’s campus community centers — the African American Cultural Center, the GLBT Center, Multicultural Student Affairs and the Women’s Center — help students find their authentic selves and gain new perspective.
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.
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.
Creating a Transfer Community
NC State welcomes nearly 1,700 transfer students to campus each year, and a new program aims to increase that number. The Community College Collaboration (C3) is a new dual-admission, dual-enrollment transfer program between the university and eight community college partners.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Getting Started as a New Faculty Member at NC State
This month's Pack Hacks for Faculty features Diane Chapman, director of the Office of Faculty Development and a teaching professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development, who gives insight into finding success as a new faculty member at NC State.