January 2022 COVID-19 Protocol
Important reminders to help keep our community safe and healthy as we move into January 2022.
Essentially CALS: Lindsey Haynes-Maslow
The college is fortunate to employ many amazing people. The Essentially CALS campaign began in the early part of the COVID-19 stay at home order, but we continue the series to celebrate the contributions of our outstanding faculty and staff.
Special COVID-19 Voluntary Shared Leave Program
NC State is reinstituting the special COVID-19 voluntary shared leave program effective immediately.
Miss last week’s CALS Town Hall? Watch it now.
Friday, August 13, the CALS community gathered for the college's first town hall of the 2021-2022 academic year. Dean Linton and members of the CALS administrative team answered questions about safety precautions and protocols as we kick off the fall semester.
Important COVID-19 Protocol Updates for Off-campus Employees
Beginning Monday, Aug. 16, all faculty, staff and students who will be on campus, or at any NC State-owned or operated location across the state for any reason must provide proof of vaccination or they will be required to participate in a weekly surveillance testing program.
Fall Semester Update: Get Vaccinated or Get Tested Weekly
Beginning Monday, Aug. 16, all students, faculty and staff who will be on campus (or at any NC State owned or operated location across the state) for any reason must provide proof of vaccination or they will be required to participate in weekly surveillance testing on campus.
Research and Extension Updates
CALS specific updates for research restart, research stations, field labs and field days.
Kicking Off a Successful Summer Together
You've kept the Pack on track throughout the spring semester. And because of you, we successfully managed a robust surveillance testing program, kept isolation and quarantine numbers at low levels and distributed thousands of safe and effective vaccines. Learn more about plans for the summer.
Employee Emergency Loan Program
Effective April 2, the new program will allow NC State faculty, staff, county employees, house officers and postdoctoral scholars to borrow money for short-term emergencies.
Essentially CALS: Tom Mease
Although many of us are working from home, a few necessary people must physically stay on campus, or go out into their communities, to keep the CALS Community up and running. Check out our series Essentially CALS to learn more about our incredible coworkers.