Mentoring Makes a Difference: A 3-part Online Workshop Series
Assistant Professor Rebecca Dunning will facilitate a 3-part online workshop series on mentoring for faculty.
CALS Cares Summit
The CALS Cares Summit is a space dedicated to helping employees be responsive to student needs while also taking care of their own needs. We invite all student-facing employees to join us on Dec. 6 to learn about best practices for supporting students.
The Wolfpack GIVES Fall 2022 Campaign
Staff Senate is hosting a food, clothing and toy drive. There are drop-off locations across campus, and they also welcome Amazon orders. The deadline to give is Dec. 13.
2022 Retiree, Faculty and Staff Holiday Reception
Join us on Dec. 7, 2022, from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. at the JC Raulston Arboretum for the 2022 college holiday reception. Wear your festive and casual gear. A brief program will occur at 3:30 p.m.
CALS IT TidBits – November 2022
In this edition of CALS IT TidBits, find information on the latest IT news, including external mail client changes, Google Workspace updates and more.
New Council Forms to Build Culture of Wellness
The newly formed CALS Wellness Council will help guide wellness and mental health initiatives across the college. Join now.
CALS Business Operations – November 2022 Newsletter
Please read the CALS Business Operations November 2022 newsletter for important updates, deadlines, reminders, helpful resources, and more.
NC State Extension Director’s Update
In this update: changes to county expenditures reporting, search for a new CALS d Dean, search for an Extension social media specialist, strategic plan to be finalized and a new Extension online store vendor.
NC State Launches University Wide Global One Health Academy
NC State's Global One Health Academy, which focuses on the health of plants, animals, biodiversity and human societies, was officially launched by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden and Senior Vice Provost for University Interdisciplinary Programs Rob Dunn last month.
Wolfpack Wellness Badge Program
The NC State Wolfpack Wellness Badge Program recognizes the completion of engagement in experiences that expand personal knowledge across the six elements of wellness: purpose, financial, physical, emotional, social and community.