The NC State Suicide Prevention Program has an overarching goal of achieving a university culture and climate that encourages outreach and help-seeking behaviors and discourages prejudice and stigma, in order to achieve a long-term reduction in completed suicides and suicide attempts. The Department of Social Work, Counseling Center, GLBT Center, and Health Promotion are key… Read More
programs: Health & Nutrition
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.
“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”
The Institute for Transportation Research and Education’s (ITRE) Public Transportation Group conducts applied research, training, and technical assistance for transit, bicycle and pedestrian, and pupil transportation issues. The Group supports state transportation departments and local transit operators, and delivers professional skills training to transit industry employees. Group staff apply their extensive knowledge and experience in rural… Read More
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
IES offers multiple training classes and on-site assistance programs in: – Hazardous Waste Management as regulated by EPA under 40 CFR 260-279 – Hazardous Material Management as regulated under DOT (49 CFR) – Hazardous Chemicals as regulated under 29 CFR by OSHA, including Hazard Communication, Industrial Hygiene, and other related topics – HazWOPER — Hazardous… Read More
The same “lean” management principles that have saved countless businesses enormous time, energy, and money can revolutionize your healthcare operation. Lean is not merely a new set of tools or techniques to try on the hospital floor, in the examination room or in medical records; lean is a fundamental change in how people in your… Read More
The Ergonomics Center is part of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department. The Center provides ergonomics consulting, training, and research to companies throughout the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
Outstanding K-12 public school teachers selected as Kenan Fellows engage in a year-long fellowship in partnership with university researchers and industry experts. The program provides opportunities for development and advancement for accomplished teacher leaders in North Carolina, empowering them to catalyze innovation in our schools. Key components of the fellowships are a 5-week summer research… Read More