MarketPlace Expo at McKimmon Center Nov. 3
Meet MarketPlace suppliers and learn about their new products and services at this year’s MarketPlace Expo. This free event includes refreshments, supplier giveaways and door prizes.
Forum to Focus on UNC System’s Strategic Plan
Attend a campus forum Nov. 7 to provide your input into the UNC system’s strategic plan. Your voluntary participation will help shape the future of higher education in North Carolina.
Jenkins MBA Ranks Among Best Worldwide
NC State’s MBA program adds to its growing reputation for excellence, ranking in the top 100 on The Economist’s list of the world’s best advanced business degrees.
Navigating the Road Ahead
Diversity Education Week is an opportunity NC State to re-examine the progress we've made on issues of equity and diversity — and to redouble our efforts.
Help Warm the Pack With Coat Donation
The NC State Staff Senate is partnering with the Feed the Pack food pantry to collect new or gently used winter coats for students who may be in need of warm clothing this winter.
Early Voting Returns to Campus on Oct. 27
Early voting is on campus at the Creative Services Building on Western Boulevard from Oct. 27-Nov. 5.
Creating a Campus Culture Free of Slights and Slurs
Whether we realize it or not, the careless and insensitive things we say to others can leave them feeling marginalized and invalidated. Learn how to recognize and address microaggressions.
The End of the World As We Know It?
Author Paul Ehrlich, professor of population studies and biological sciences at Stanford, will join NC State professor Rob Dunn to talk about the challenges created by explosive worldwide population growth. The free event is slated for Wednesday night at the Hunt Library auditorium.
Diversity Education Week Begins Monday
Monday is the first day of Diversity Education Week, with a full slate of activities slated every day around NC State's campus. Come out and join the mix all week long.
NC State Meets State-Mandated Reduction Goals
NC State's department of Energy Management recently announced that the school has reached state-mandated goals to reduce energy and water usage numbers by 50 and 33 percent, respectively, despite two decades of rapid expansion on campus.