A Legacy of Service
A former state Extension Service director, a textiles industry leader and the president of the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation received the prestigious Watauga Medal for distinguished service to NC State at the university's Founders' Day dinner, held Monday, March 7.
Chancellor Unveils Draft Strategic Plan
Read a draft of NC State's strategic plan, which maps out the university's direction for the next decade. The draft will be online for final review through March 25.
Faculty and staff shared their questions and concerns during the chancellor's strategic plan forum.
Eye on the Future
Chancellor Randy Woodson gets to the heart of the strategic planning process Thursday with a forum on ideas that could lead to big changes in the way NC State does business. Read the white papers and weigh in.
Chancellor on the Budget
In a message to the campus community, Chancellor Randy Woodson outlines the steps NC State is taking to cope with deep cuts in state funding.
Excellence and Affordability Equal One Red-Hot Deal
Despite an unsettled economy and rising costs in the world around us, NC State continues to offer an affordable, high-quality education to current and future students alike - a philosophy not lost on Kiplinger finance experts, who have named NC State the nation's 15th-best value out of more than 500 public universities.
Leading the Pack
NC State students honored two of their own during halftime of Saturday's 38-3 win over Wake Forest, naming juniors Chandler Thompson and Sam Dennis as this year's Leader of the Pack award recipients, in recognition of their outstanding leadership, scholarship and community service contributions to the university.
Strategy Forum Follows Installation
In the excitement of installation activities, don't forget to join the chancellor Tuesday, Oct. 26, to help chart the future course of NC State. Randy Woodson convenes a strategic town hall meeting at 2:30 p.m. in Stewart Theatre.
Chancellor’s Budget Forum Oct. 6
Get the latest budget news at the chancellor’s forum on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Faculty, staff and students are invited to the presentation at 10: 30 a.m. in the Talley Student Center’s Stewart Theatre.
Job recruiters looking to hire the nation's best trained and well prepared students to fill vacancies in today's improving job market ranked NC State among the 20 best universities in the country, according to a recent survey in The Wall Street Journal.