Pledge to Combined Campaign Through Nov. 18
Staff and faculty can choose from among almost 1,000 statewide charities as part of the State Employees Combined Campaign. The campaign drive began Monday and ends on Nov. 18.
Help With Hurricane Relief Efforts
There are multiple ways faculty, staff and students can help neighbors near and far who have been affected or displaced by the flooding of Hurricane Matthew. Check out all the resources available to the campus community, including what donations are needed for the Feed the Pack food pantry and the Food Banks of Central and Eastern North Carolina.
A Healthy Start for All
Natural resources researchers team up on a national project to end childhood obesity and its racial disparities.
Great Schools Need Great Leaders
NC State wins a $5.6 million grant from the Wallace Foundation to train principals.
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.
Howl Back with Alumni Association
Join Chancellor Randy Woodson and Mr. and Ms. Wuf on Wednesday at Howl Back With Your Pack in celebration of the NC State Alumni Association's new branding efforts. The party will be from 6-8 p.m. at the Park Alumni Center.
Join the Staff Women’s Network
Talk about multitasking. The NC State Staff Women’s Network is ramping up its slate of social, service and professional development activities. Find out how to get involved.
To the Stars
Since childhood, Christina Hammock Koch has wanted to be an astronaut. After following her own path, the NC State alumna has done it.
Recchie Honored for Heroism
Assistant to the chancellor Lindsay Recchie is one of 16 recipients of the 2016 Governor's Awards For Excellence, which honor state employees from around the state for their dedication and contributions. She is one of four winners from the 17 UNC system institutions.
Awaiting the Opening
In August 2016, the Alumni Association caught up with Phil Freelon, who graduated from the College of Design in 1975, to see how he was feeling ahead of the grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.