What Are Your Summer Plans?
NC State faculty and staff — what are your plans now that school’s out for summer? This is going to be a much different summer than last, and we're very happy about a return to more normal activities and events. We want to tell the campus community about your travel, research, community engagement and more in the August 2021 issue of the Provost’s Office newsletter.
An Active Summer on Campus
Even during the summer months, NC State’s campus remains a hub of activity for faculty, staff and students. The university’s colleges, units and more stay busy with academic programming, orientation sessions, social events and a host of other activities. We spoke with representatives from the campus community on what’s going on while many are away for the summer.
From Provost Arden: Updates and Resources for Fall 2021 Instruction
In this message, Provost Arden updates fall 2021 instructors of record that enhanced S/U grading and enhanced late drop are no longer available, ClassEval will return to its pre-pandemic format. Additionally, academic continuity plans are still strongly recommended and university resources to support instruction are always available.
May 2021 Provost’s Corner
Even in the face of a pandemic, NC State continued to provide a top-notch experiential education to students and impact the community throughout the 2020-21 academic year. I cannot thank each and every one of you enough for working to make this possible.
Ready for a New Challenge
The class of 2021 leaves behind a legacy of perseverance through difficult times and looks forward to a future of endless possibilities. In spite of a global pandemic, they charged forward, determined to complete an education and emerge from COVID-19’s challenges equipped to serve.
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.