Assistant Professor Jamie Pearson to Help Prepare Students with Autism for STEM Careers Through Work on $1.3M Grant-funded Project
To address the urgent need to create workforce development models for students with autism spectrum disorder, Assistant Professor Jamie Pearson, Ph.D., is collaborating on a grant-funded project that will help prepare high school students with autism to enter postsecondary training programs in the geospatial and data science sectors.
EdNC: Unique Problems, Unique Solutions for Broadband Access in Eastern N.C.
Ray Zeisz, director of the Technology Infrastructure Lab at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, said a diversity of solutions have been implemented through trial and error over the past year, marking a significant increase in urgency around the issue of broadband internet access.
Engaged Faculty Profile: Janice Odom
Meet Janice Odom, the Director of the Caldwell Fellows.
Inaugural Cohort of Impact Scholars Announced
Last month, the Office of Outreach and Engagement announced the inaugural cohort of Impact Scholars as part of its Strengthening the Impact of Research program. The 12 Impact Scholars represent nine colleges and two research institutes, bringing a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience.
Announcing the Inaugural 2021 STIR Impact Scholars
After a competitive process, twelve members of the NC State faculty and staff community were selected for the inaugural Spring 2021 Impact Scholars cohort as part of the Strengthening The Impact of Research (STIR) program. The selected scholars demonstrated their current and potential for future contributions to the University's broader impact mission.
SECU Foundation Renews Internship Opportunities for NC State Students to Serve Rural Communities
Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Foundation, NC State University students will be serving rural communities in North Carolina while gaining valuable career experience once again this summer.
Lisa Chang Uses Multi-Industry Background to Help Administer COVID-19 Vaccines in NC
Poole College of Management’s Lisa Chang is working on the front lines in the effort to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine rapidly across North Carolina to as many people as possible.
Meet O&E’s new graduate student staff
The Office of Outreach & Engagement welcomes two new graduate student staff members who will be helping with service-learning program development and engagement data collection.
Engaged Faculty Profile: Jason Coupet
Meet Dr. Jason Coupet, Associate Professor of Public Administration at the School of Public and International Affairs who works with public agencies, nonprofits and community service organizations to improve public service delivery.