NC State Juntos Partners with Wake Tech for New Community Initiative
The project will provide first-generation and Latino college students with academic support, mentoring and college pipeline experiences to help them prepare for and transition into college.
Life Coaching in Life Sciences
Kim Allen believes her winding path into academia and her life-coaching skills add value to one of NC State’s foundational fields of study.
NC State Project Promotes STEM Education at Dillard Drive Elementary
NC State professor Bethany Cutts recently led her students from the NR203: Humans and Environment course in mentoring more than 100 second graders in learning about pollination, plants and ecosystems, and garden planting and maintenance.
O&E is Hiring: Community Engagement Assistant
O&E seeks a community engagement assistant to document and support engagement efforts between NC State faculty, staff, students and external partners.
Kwesi Brookins Named Permanent Vice Provost for Outreach and Engagement
Kwesi Brookins has been named permanent Vice Provost for Outreach and Engagement, effective July 1.
Juntos Academy Empowers Students to Push Forward, Together
The Juntos Summer Academy allowed middle and high school students from across the state to experience life on a college campus, establish friendships and mentorships and learn about college and career opportunities.
New Collaborative Community Projects Support Youth Education, Tribal Knowledge, Air and Water Quality, and More
Four new projects in North Carolina are launching this year as part of the Community Collaborative Research Grant Program. Projects will support youth education, tribal knowledge, air and water quality, and an exploration of plastic contaminants in headwaters.
How Parks and Green Spaces Can Improve Your Health
NC State associate professors Lincoln Larson and Aaron Hipp discuss the role of parks and green spaces in promoting physical and mental well-being.
NC State researchers recognized for work on PFAS pollution
Detlef Knappe’s work discovering and tracing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) compounds in the Cape Fear River basin in eastern North Carolina was recognized by a grateful city council in Wilmington, NC, earlier this month.