Summer Behind the Scenes
Even after the academic year ends, NC State remains a hub for activity. Thousands of visitors come to campus each summer for New Student Orientations, summer camps, conferences and more.
2018 Common Reading Program
$2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America by Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer is NC State’s 2018 Common Reading Program selection. The book confronts the social and structural barriers to economic stability that many Americans continue to face, giving insight into the real-life implications of living in poverty in the United States.
Graduate School Names Outstanding Faculty Mentors
Coby Schal and Michael Schulman of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have been named Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentors by the Graduate School.
Red Hat Provides $1 Million Gift to Shelton Challenge
The Red Hat Shelton Challenge will enroll about 800 high school students from across North Carolina this summer for an intensive leadership experience.
Ready for a Global Impact
More than 500 international students representing approximately 40 countries will graduate this semester. Each graduate’s unique international experience and perspective continues to shape the university and help make it a more inclusive, welcoming place for students of all nationalities.
Science Olympiad Partnerships Shape STEM Education
North Carolina's Science Olympiad program, a partnership with NC State, helps young children develop a lifelong love of STEM learning.
NC State in Top 25 of Peace Corps Volunteers
NC State ranks No. 22 in the Peace Corps’ latest rankings of Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities.
Inspiring Student Success
“Inspiring Student Success” took center stage at the recent Teaching and Learning Symposium. The Office of Faculty Development’s annual event saw more than 120 attendees participate in NC State faculty-led interactive sessions, view poster presentations and engage in timely discussions on higher education.
Program Provides PEP to NC State Student Work Experiences
Faculty and staff seeking undergraduate employees – and undergraduates seeking campus jobs – can turn to the Professional Experience Program, sponsored by the Provost’s Office.
New Admissions, Recruitment Tool Offers Benefits
February marked the launch of Slate, a new application system and a customer relationship management platform that will dramatically improve the ease of applying to NC State’s Graduate School.