Spotlight on Poole College of Management Dean Annette Ranft
Annette Ranft comes to campus after serving as senior associate dean of academic affairs at the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business. We sat down with Ranft to discuss her experience and how she plans to build upon the Poole College of Management’s success.
Spotlight on College of Design Dean Mark Hoversten
Mark Hoversten begins his time as dean of the NC State College of Design this fall. He previously served as dean of the College of Art and Architecture at the University of Idaho. We spoke with Hoversten about why he’s excited to lead the college into the future.
Spotlight on College of Sciences Dean William Ditto
William Ditto became dean of the NC State College of Sciences in September 2015. Since then, he’s led the college on an upward trajectory to an even more remarkable presence on campus and in the scientific community. Ditto spoke with us about what he’s learned as dean so far, and his excitement for the college’s future.
New Faculty Clusters Website Launches
Check out the new user-friendly guide to everything you ever wanted to know about the Chancellor's Faculty Excellence Program.
Call for DELTA Summer Short Proposals
Submit proposals for both the "Innovative Instruction" and the "Teaching Online" DELTA Summer Shorts between April 26-June 1. Notifications for accepted proposals will be sent by July 1.
University Standing Committee Survey
The University Standing Committee Preference Survey is available online now through Feb. 1.
2015-16 Faculty Scholars Named
Chancellor Randy Woodson announces this year’s University Faculty Scholars, high-performing faculty members recognized for their significant achievements in scholarship, teaching and service.
Sign Up for Seed Grant Workshop
Room is still available in the OFD's Seed Grant Proposal workshop, slated for next Wednesday.
The Best of 2013
Look back at the Pack's 2013 highlights: the opening of the library of the future, a history-making gift, a College World Series berth and much more.
Chemistry undergrads are learning to make helpful medicines from harmful bacteria. Their hands-on research could produce healing results.