The Community Engaged Faculty Fellows Program is a learning community focused on community engagement. The fellows keep current with literature and teach or have taught service learning courses. The responsibility of the fellows are to serve as mentors for those interested in learning more about community engaged practices.
programs: Community Design & Development
The Nonwovens Institute (NWI) is the world’s first accredited academic program for the interdisciplinary field of engineered fabrics. Based at the Centennial Campus at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, the NWI is an innovative global parternship between industry, government and academe. Operating on an “Open Innovation” platform, the Nonwoven Institute engages experts from industry… Read More
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
The Institute for Nonprofit Research, Education and Engagement is a multidisciplinary center devoted to strengthening the capacity of nonprofit organizations and nonprofit leadership through research, education and engagement. We focus on North Carolina and beyond as a laboratory for research. We are a center of expertise, a host of a collaborative community of scholars and… Read More
The Institute for Transportation Research and Education’s (ITRE) Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) conducts innovative research, education, and technology transfer activities that seek to mitigate the impacts of surface transportation on the environment. Established in 1991 under the US Department of Transportation’s University Transportation Centers Program, CTE is administered by ITRE and funded in part… Read More
The Institute for Transportation Research and Education’s (ITRE) Highway Systems Group assists public and private sector transportation agencies in conducting research and providing solutions for surface infrastructure and air quality issues. The Group’s research and development projects address various needs in transportation maintenance, construction, and system administration. Group staff engage in many national research projects for… Read More
The Institute for Transportation Research and Education’s (ITRE) Travel Behavior Modeling Group conducts research in travel behavior and modeling on a variety of topics including land use models and the effects of alternative development strategies on emissions. The Group also manages the Triangle Regional Model Service Bureau which provides technical assistance for running the Triangle Regional… Read More
E3 is a collaboration of local, state and federal partners, pooling resources and expertise for the benefit of manufacturers in each of the state’s 7 economic development regions. E3 addresses sustainability and profitability initiatives by leveraging experts in: •Process improvements •Energy use •Carbon footprint analysis •Worker safety •Business excellence practices
The Intensive English Program (IEP) provides high-quality English language instruction to non-native English speakers seeking academic preparation, professional development, or personal enrichment. IEP students acquire the essential language skills and intercultural competencies to succeed in today’s global economy.
IEI is a think-and-do tank at NC State University focused on tackling big issues that affect North Carolina’s future growth and prosperity. From energy, to fiscal modernization, to improving our systems of higher education, IEI takes the lead in convening state leaders in business, higher education and government to address these issues early to prepare… Read More