Howl for Healing offers students with chronic illnesses community, support, resources and opportunities to participate in expression-based programming.
As a part of GIS Week, come hear faculty fellows from the Center for Geospatial Analytics give 10-minute lightning talks about their research. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with faculty in a casual setting. This roundtable will feature the following faculty members: Gustavo Machado.Yu-Fai Leung. Aaron Hipp.Justin Baker.Lunch will be provided.
Meeting location is to be determined. For more information, contact the Council’s President (email@example.com)
GIS Week is an accessible learning and professional development event series centered around geospatial analytics and spatial data science. Drawing inspiration from NC State's motto "Think and Do," GIS Week connects researchers, practitioners and industry partners across varying sectors and disciplines.
Participating High school Juniors, Seniors and Transfer students have the opportunity to Spend a Day at State and learn more about the College of Agriculture and Life Science and the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences! The visit includes a CALS information session, class observation in Crop and Soil Sciences, meeting with the Director of…
Enjoy a 10 lb. box of NC fresh sweetpotatoes provided by Vick Family Farms in Nash County! Your purchase will support the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) club. Pick up will be available under the pavilion at Weaver Labs (3100 Faucette Dr) November 16th-18th. Please put these dates on your calendar and…
As a part of GIS Week, come hear faculty fellows from the Center for Geospatial Analytics give 10-minute lightning talks about their research. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with faculty in a casual setting. This roundtable will feature the following faculty members: Jelena VukomanovicAshly CabasBill RandPerver BaranLunch will be provided.
Bring your family and friends to stroll through the JC Raulston Arboretum during Moonlight in the Garden. Listen to a live band, grab a bite to eat from a food truck, roast a marshmallow or two at the fire pits and sip a cup of hot apple cider — all while showing your support for…
North Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) will be home to the official National Thanksgiving Turkey and its alternate following the annual National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation at the White House on Nov. 21. This will be NC State’s first time serving as the home of the National Thanksgiving Turkey.
All students are welcome! Meeting location is to be determined. For more information, contact a club advisor: Dr. Keith Edmisten (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Amy Johnson (email@example.com)