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A sign in Talley Student Union reminds people to wear face coverings

Jul 22, 2020

Proactive Protection

NC State implements a number of safety measures for employees returning to campus, including a constant supply of face coverings so faculty and staff always have them on hand. 

dog sleeping on bed

Jul 22, 2020

Meet the Menagerie

The latest installment of our work-from-home photo series spotlights some unusual "co-workers," including a baby goat and a donkey named Bernice. 

Photo of NC State's Belltower

Jul 20, 2020

Finance Division Launches ‘Knowledge Base’ Resource

The self-service online library provides faculty and staff with resources on a breadth of finance and business operation topics. 

cat sitting on a desk by a computer

May 28, 2020

Wolfpack at Work — at Home

NC State faculty and staff working remotely share photos of inventive workspaces and new 'co-workers.' 

Rob Chapman sitting in front of a computer screen with the light reflecting onto his face.

May 20, 2020

Meet McKimmon’s Zoom Whisperer

Instructors offering courses through the McKimmon Center get some virtual hand-holding from emerging media expert Rob Chapman. 

Hands on a laptop keyboard.

May 6, 2020

Gearing Up

While students were on spring break, NC State staff made a mad dash to purchase and prepare hundreds of laptops, webcams and other technology for faculty members suddenly faced with the prospect of teaching remotely. 

DASA volunteers walk down a hall in a dormitory

Apr 30, 2020

A Virtual Village

NC State's University Housing is supporting and building community among resident students, even after the closure of most of the university's campus housing. 

men sitting at desks

Apr 29, 2020

OIS Goes Virtual to Keep Students Connected

The Office of International Services offers daily online gatherings to help people from overseas socialize and practice their English. 

Justine Hollingshead, chief of staff for NC State's Division of Academic and Student Affairs, and Peter Groenendyk, director of housing at UNC-Wilmington.

Apr 29, 2020

2 Decades on the Front Lines of Emergency Response

No matter what kind of crisis you're going through, there are constructive ways to deal with it, says Justine Hollingshead, chief of staff for the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. In a first-person account drawing upon her experiences as an emergency responder, Hollingshead shares strategies for getting through the coronavirus pandemic. 

Apr 23, 2020

Making At-Home Learning Fun for All

NC State's Science House, a statewide STEM outreach program for K-12 students, has developed online learning resources for students who are staying home for school. 

tractor with compost in front of hoop structure

Apr 21, 2020

Closing the Loop

NC State’s new Compost Facility and Research Cooperative diverts organic waste from the landfill, giving it new life in a number of beneficial ways on campus. 

Soldiers create face masks at Fort Bragg

Apr 17, 2020

Nonwovens Institute Donates Filtration Material to Army in Fight Against COVID-19

NC State donated almost 5,000 meters of its newly developed filtration material to Fort Bragg to create much-needed face masks amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. 

image of a hand on a wireless mouse with a keypad in the background

Apr 13, 2020

McKimmon’s Online Classes Support Employees Working Remotely

McKimmon's Office of Professional Development has transitioned a number of its upcoming programs into live online classes. 

Athletics Director Boo Corrigan applauds as he introduces his family during a press conference in Reynolds Coliseum.

Apr 13, 2020

Corrigan Keeps His Head in the Game

With sporting events on hold due to the pandemic, Athletics Director Boo Corrigan focuses on helping student-athletes stay on track academically and personally. 

woman in mask walking in food pantry

Apr 9, 2020

Feed the Pack Food Pantry Rallies to Stay Open

Thanks to a massive campuswide effort in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, NC State’s food pantry continues to serve the students, faculty and staff who need it most.