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: Family & Consumer Issues
This is a partial listing of CSLEPS’ partners and a brief description about each organization. These groups perform service to the local community, get involved, and help other students made a difference through their active participation.
The Alternative Service Break (ASB) trip program is a unique service-learning experience in which students engage in direct service to a community, while being immersed in the culture and customs of that community. Teams are led by student team leaders and accompanied by faculty advisors. Throughout the trip, team members participate in a variety of… Read More
The Service-Leadership Team serves, educates and unites the NC State community with the surrounding community through collaborative efforts to promote life-long leadership development and civic engagement. Committees: Community Outreach Global Awareness Global Health Hunger Advocacy Youth Program
The principal mission of the Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST) is to discover innovative solutions to questions and problems in marine systems and provide effective communication of these discoveries. CMAST provides a focal point for citizen contact with NC State University’s marine science and extension faculty by promoting multidisciplinary studies among research scientists,… Read More
The Center for Family and Community Engagement is dedicated to advancing safe, healthy, and productive families and communities. It promotes strategies that widen the circle of supports around families and communities. This is accomplished through emphasizing family leadership, community partnerships, cultural safety, and inclusive planning. The Center fulfills its mission through statewide, national, and international… Read More
Encore provides non-credit short courses, study trips, and special events for adults aged 50+. Topics are wide-ranging in the liberal arts and sciences, and we emphasize learning for the joy of learning, with no tests or grades. Programs range from one-time lectures to six-week courses, and we provide many opportunities to connect with others who… Read More
The mission of Wood Products Extension within the Department of Forest Biomaterials is to increase the competitiveness and profitability of North Carolina’s wood products industry, improve markets, and increase consumer understanding of wood products and their proper use.
The MCE&CE serves as a gateway to the vast intellectual and technical resources at NC State University. Its eight units–Center for Urban Affairs & Community Services, Computer Training Unit, Contractual Education and Partnership Development, Encore Program for Lifelong Enrichment, McKimmon Conference & Training Center, Office of Professional Development, The Collaborative at the Gateway Technology Center,… Read More
The mission of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology, & Science at North Carolina State University is to develop partnerships in basic research, education, commercialization and public policy with individuals and organizations dedicated to the advancement of science, engineering and technology as forces towards improving the economic and social well being of… Read More