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Coming Soon: CINC 2015 Tour

2015 Mini Connecting in North Carolina (CINC) Faculty/Staff Development Tour May 13 – 14, 2015 (Tentative)   So, what are the tour plans for May, 2015?  Will the bus travel to the east, to the south, to the north, or to the west?  Who knows at this point?  No one, not really!  Typically, we begin… Read More

CINC 2014 Week 4: Carver Machine Works

This is part four of a four-part series on the 2014 Mini Connecting in North Carolina Faculty and Staff Development tour. To view the other entries in the series, click here. Week 4 of the Series: Carver Machine Works After eating a delicious lunch in historic Bath, NC, and listening to a presentation by Mr.Barry Nash with the NC State… Read More

CINC 2014 Week 3: Flanders Corporation

This is part three of a four-part series on the 2014 Mini Connecting in North Carolina Faculty and Staff Development tour. To view the other entries in the series, click here. Week 3 of the series: Flanders Corporation  The visit with Davenport was a great shared experience for Mini-CINC tour participants to discuss as we rode to our next manufacturer, a… Read More

CINC 2014 Week 2: JP Davenport & Sons

This is part two of a four-part series on the 2014 Mini Connecting in North Carolina Faculty and Staff Development tour. To view the other entries in the series, click here. Week 2 of the series: JP Davenport & Sons The first stop along the Mini CINC Tour took us off the major highway and past the seemingly endless flat… Read More

CINC 2014 Week 1: Tour Overview

This is part one of a four-part series on the 2014 Mini Connecting in North Carolina Faculty and Staff Development tour. To view the other entries in the series, click here. Week 1 of the series: Highlights and overview of the Mini-CINC tour Sponsored by the Provost, the Vice Provost for Outreach and Engagement and the Vice Provost for… Read More

Professor works with Citizens to find “Wildlife in Your Back Yard”

Roland Kay, Zoologist and a faculty member in the College of Natural Resources at NC State University and the director of the Biodiversity and Earth Observation Lab at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, finds plenty of wildlife in the backyards of homes in Raleigh. “But in fact we found that some backyards had… Read More

Chinese Language Classes

Confucius Institute at NC State University offers five proficiency levels of Chinese Language Classes from basic introductory Chinese to advanced topics. Whether you learned or not learned Chinese before, there always has a class suits your needs. Our language class program has been offered more than seven years and opens every academic semester. For more… Read More

CHASS Students Conduct Research for Stop Hunger Now

NC State graduate students in the Masters of Social Work (MSW) program are helping the non-profit, Stop Hunger Now, determine whether their strategies are effective in addressing hunger. Thirteen students in the Advanced Social Work and Evaluation course taught by Dr. Marcie Fisher-Borne, left for the Dominican Republic on January 31, 2014, where they visited… Read More

Arts Entrepreneurship

EMA 430 – “Capstone Experience in Arts Entrepreneurship” – typically offered in the Spring semesters – is a consulting course. Students are grouped as consulting teams and engage the region’s arts organizations and arts entrepreneurs helping to solve their business problems: marketing, audience development, product positioning, etc. We are always looking for clients that need… Read More

Service NC State

“Service NC State includes two campus-wide service programs: 1. The record-setting annual campus blood drive; Goal for 2013 is 1,200 pints 2. Meal packaging event – we partner with Stop Hunger Now to package meals for the hungry”

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