Spellings Praises NC State’s ‘Pragmatic Creativity’
Fresh off her tour of NC State’s expansive campus, UNC system President Margaret Spellings shares her thoughts on the university’s “big culture" of interdisciplinary innovation, where the liberal arts and STEM disciplines intersect to solve society’s grand challenges. Plus, Howling Cow.
Spellings Wowed by NC State Visit
New UNC President Margaret Spellings spent Wednesday touring NC State's campus with Chancellor Randy Woodson. While here, she met with students, faculty, staff and industry leaders with ties to Centennial Campus.
Chancellor Thanks Ross for Leadership
Chancellor Randy Woodson applauds the service of UNC system President Tom Ross, who is stepping down next January. The chancellor says he anticipates a smooth transition as Ross completes his tenure and the system prepares to welcome a new chief executive.
UNC Campus Security Initiative Releases Final Report and Recommendations
The UNC Campus Security Initiative issued a final report today, offering a comprehensive review and recommendations for improving safety and security across the 17-campus University of North Carolina. In a time of growing concern and increasing regulation of safety issues […]
UNC System Taps Provost, Temporarily
Provost Warwick Arden takes on a temporary job as interim senior vice president for academic affairs for the entire UNC system, splitting his time between Chapel Hill and Raleigh.
Questions and Answers on SB 575
The following questions have been submitted to University of North Carolina General Administration from several campuses, as was encouraged. This document will be updated as questions are received. In general, the goal of this legislation is to allow the creation […]
Together We Can
Wolfpack fans can help a statewide residential magnet school shatter a Guinness world record by donating canned food during Saturday's NC State-Georgia Tech men's hoops matchup at the RBC Center.
NC State Prepares for Drop in Funding
NC State administrators are revising 2011-13 budget plans this month, this time to prepare for a possible 15 percent reduction in state funding. Vice chancellors and deans, who previously developed budgets for 5 and 10 percent reductions, will submit revised budgets by Jan. 31.