Part-Time Intensive English Instruction Open to Campus Community
Part-time intensive English language instruction is now available to members of the NC State community and the surrounding area.
April is Earth Month
This year’s Earth Month features more than 50 sustainability-related events.
Service Years and Opportunity Youth Conversation
Service Year NC is working to make a year of paid, full-time service – a “service year” – a common expectation and opportunity for North…
Newly renamed Leadership and Civic Engagement pushes for student engagement
Following their recent name change from the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service (CSLEPS), Leadership and Civic Engagement has been working to create...
Designing for Resilient Communities
When Hurricane Matthew rolled up the East Coast last October, making landfall in McClellanville, South Carolina, and hugging land all the way up the Carolinas, […]
Global Education in Guatemala
NC State’s Ethnographic Field School teaches students about the environmental, socio-economic and cultural impacts of tourism for a quarter century. The program, located in Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, gives participants the opportunity to conduct independent research and gain cultural competency in […]
Economic Perspective: Impacts of Rising Interest Rates
With recent talk of rising interest rates, what impact does high or low interest rates have on our economy?
Hurricane Florence Recovery Travel Fund
The Office of Outreach and Engagement is offering stipends for faculty travel to assist with Hurricane Florence recovery efforts that correlate to faculty scholarship. The Office has...
Chancellor’s Innovation Fund
The Office of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures is now accepting pre-proposal submissions for the next funding cycle of the Chancellor’s Innovation Fund (CIF). The Chancellor’s Innovation...
Making Education a Global Priority
Hiller Spires seeks to make education a global priority through her teaching, research and service. As the Friday Institute’s interim director and professor of literacy education in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, Spires has conducted the New […]