Top 10 Resources for NC State Distance Education Students
If you are just beginning an online program, or have found yourself transitioning to online classes here are a few resources from NC State to help you succeed.
Fertilizer of the Future
An interdisciplinary team led by Katharina Stapelmann is setting out on an ambitious three-year project to completely rethink how nitrogen-based fertilizers are produced and used. From on-farm fertilizer production to on-demand, precision irrigation, their project aims to cut energy use, protect the water supply and increase yields.
College of Education’s Master of School Administration Program Wins Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award
The College of Education’s Master of School Administration program, which was ranked as the top program of its kind in North Carolina by U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate School Rankings, will be recognized this summer with the Opal Mann Green Engagement and Scholarship Award.
Sofia Marin Brings Personal Experiences to the International Business Dual Degree Program
Sofia Marin shares personal global experiences as a language ambassador for the International Business Dual Degree Program.
Coronavirus Outbreak to Impact Entire Economy, With Some Bright Spots, Says Steven Allen
Steven Allen lent his expertise to the matter and gave us his take on the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the job market, government policy and the economy as a whole.
Combating Stress and Anxiety in Family Life
While stress is the new norm, NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences professor Kimberly Allen shares ways in which we can reduce stress and anxiety.
Students Learn Plenty Despite Shortened Study Abroad Trip
Despite having their spring break study abroad program cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students and staff said it’s a learning experience they’ll never forget.
Spending unexpected time at home with the kids? NC State Extension’s Liz Driscoll outlines five fun indoor projects to help keep everyone’s minds active and hands busy.
Without going far, kids can explore and learn from familiar environments. Liz Driscoll, an NC State Extension 4-H specialist, suggests five easy outdoor activities to try when your kids are feeling cooped up.
Focused on Problem-Solving and Advocacy
NC State student Peyton Gardner plans to leave this world better than she found it by the work she’s doing at the Department of Horticultural Science.