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Get Help With Your 2024 Health Goals
University Human Resources has prepared a list of tip sheets, toolkits, videos and programs to help you on your wellness journey in 2024.
Sustainability Awareness Survey
Be entered to win an NC State Wolfpack Yeti when you take a campus survey about sustainability.
NC State Professor Recognized For Advancing Environmental Education
Kathryn Stevenson, an associate professor of parks, recreation and tourism management, was recently honored with the William C. Everhart Award by the Clemson University Institute for Parks.
Ensuring Sustainability and Food Security in Perpetuity
Michelle Schroeder-Moreno, Endowed Distinguished Chair in Sustainable Community-Based Food Systems, reflects on what’s next for the Center for Environmental Farming Systems.
Donate Coats, Clothing and Toys to the Wolfpack Gives Campaign
Staff Senate encourages members of the Pack to make a donation to the Wolfpack Gives campaign.
Robots, Researchers and Resilient Agriculture
Chris Reberg-Horton was recently named the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation/W.K. Kellogg Distinguished Professor in Sustainable Community-Based Food Systems.
HES Celebrates 100 Years of Expanding Student Opportunities
NC State’s Health and Exercise Studies department is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and that century has seen continuous growth in opportunities for students.
Building a Multicultural Community
As director of Multicultural Student Affairs, Jameco McKenzie wants to help students develop confidence in their identities and abilities — and become leaders in their communities.
Creating Spaces and Places Where We Grow
Charla Blumell leads the LGBTQ Pride Center through a holistic health lens, ensuring wellness is a priority for all in the community space.
NC Space Grant and Sea Grant Announce New Joint Fellow
North Carolina Space Grant and Sea Grant programs are pleased to announce the 2023-24 joint research fellow. Colleen Brown, a Ph.D. student at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington’s Center for Marine Science, is studying water quality in the Lower Cape Fear River Watershed.