NC State Launches Universitywide Data Science Academy
NC State announces a bold initiative to make data science accessible to the entire campus community.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Prioritizing Service Learning
This month, Julieta Sherk, associate professor in the Department of Horticultural Science in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, talks about how faculty can integrate service learning into their teaching.
SSC Stays the Course
Along with many other campus entities, NC State’s Sensory Service Center (SSC) necessarily pivoted due to the advent of COVID-19 and its impact on the university. Dr. MaryAnne Drake and her team of dedicated staff and graduate students transitioned the center’s operations in a way that allowed for high-quality research and education to continue, seamlessly serving customers and the campus community alike.
January 2021 Announcements
Find out the latest happenings related to NC State faculty and staff, including COVID-19 updates, professional development opportunities, campus activities and more.
January 2021 Provost’s Corner
Welcome to a new year and the spring 2021 semester. We’re welcoming more than 1,400 new students to campus and looking forward to seeing many familiar faces as well.
Looking Back and Moving Forward
2020 will be a year long-remembered by all NC State faculty, staff and students. Through everything that has happened, you’ve continued to make the university and our greater community proud through your teaching, research, engagement and innovation.
Five Questions with New Student Programs
New Student Programs at NC State sets the stage for success for thousands of incoming students each year. The unit coordinates a wide variety of activities and programming that make NC State feel like home for first-time, first-year and transfer students alike.
Making Wellness a Priority
NC State’s Wellness Days will be held February 9, March 5, March 24 and April 15. During these days, no classes will be held and faculty are asked to abstain from assigning any deadlines or tests on days immediately following Wellness Days. Due to the addition of these days, there will be no spring break.
Warming Up to a New Semester
This spring, more than 1,400 new students — first-time, first-year, transfer and graduate students — will step onto NC State’s campus. Finding a home at the state’s largest university may seem intimidating in the middle of an academic year, but Winter Welcome Week provides a great starting point.
December 2020 Provost’s Corner
2020 turned out much different than any of us could have ever imagined. You’ve experienced more than your fair share of hardships, both personally and professionally, and navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustice, a challenging election season and more.