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Nov 12, 2015

Focus on Grad Student Mentoring

Lucy Johnston, an international expert on graduate student mentoring, will be on campus next week to meet with faculty and students on the topic of mentoring. 

Nov 12, 2015

World Philosophy Day Lecture

Stanford's Kenneth A. Taylor, a professor of philosophy and syndicated radio host, will present "Religion and Gay Marriage: Why Democracy is Good for Religion, Even if Religion is Bad for Democracy," a lecture in celebration of World Philosophy Day next Thursday at Witherspoon Student Center. 

Nov 11, 2015

University Dining Adds Ordering App

Hungry and in a hurry? University Dining now offers Tapingo, an online food ordering app that allows students, faculty and staff to place an order via their mobile phones for pickup within minutes. 

Nov 5, 2015

Veterans Day Honored

NC State will celebrate Veterans Day next Wednesday with a trio of events in conjunction with Raleigh sister city Compiegne, France. 

Nov 5, 2015

Hassan’s Giving Takes Flight

Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Hassan A. Hassan has spent most of his career at NC State and recently established the Hassan Family Fellowship to provide two-year stipends for master’s candidates and four-year stipends for Ph.D. candidates in the College of Engineering.  

Nov 5, 2015

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Beginning Thursday, NC State's Multicultural Student Affairs will kick off a multi-event celebration of Native American Heritage Month. 

Nov 4, 2015

Shelton Forum to Focus on Cross-Generational Leadership

The Shelton Forum this year centers on cross-generational leadership. Former FBI Director Louis Freeh will provide a keynote address. 

Oct 29, 2015

November Is for International Education

Faculty, staff and students can learn about how they can get involved in NC State's global engagement efforts during OIA's International Education Month. 

Oct 29, 2015

Homecoming, Halloween Coincide

Among the pumpkins, ghouls and goblins that arrive this weekend are thousands of NC State alumni for Homecoming and Clemson's No. 3 football team. Enjoy multiple opportunities to participate in the first Halloween game ever played at Carter-Finley Stadium. 

Oct 29, 2015

‘Safety Is a Shared Responsibility’

Through training workshops from NC State’s Violence Prevention and Threat Management (VPTM) program and multiple ongoing exercises throughout the year, law enforcement and safety personnel are using education to minimize threats on campus by increasing awareness.