CALS Comm Workshop: Kick Up the Creativity
During this workshop we'll work through some writing prompts and brainstorm ways to jump start creativity during writer's block.
Mentoring Makes a Difference: A 3-part Online Workshop Series
Mentoring makes a difference. Dr. Rebecca Dunning from CALS Academic Programs is facilitating two virtual workshop series on mentoring: one for faculty and one for postdocs.
Specialty Crops Improvement Showcase – Registration is Open
This showcases will focus on some of our most innovative research in genetics, genomics, breeding and analytics in Specialty Crops at NC State and explore avenues to create synergies to further enhance that research and its impact.
Register for the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative Symposium and Reception
Register to attend the inaugural Plant Sciences Symposium on Monday, Dec. 6, at Hunt Library. The theme of the event is harnessing the data revolution for resilient agriculture.
New DEI Course: Applied Cultural Identity
To meet the growing interest in introductory-level diversity, equity and inclusion educational opportunities, OIED’s Inclusive Excellence and Strategic Practice unit has developed a new online, self-paced course, Applied Cultural Identity, for the NC State campus community.
CALS Town Hall this Friday, Dec. 3
Plan to join the CALS community on Dec. 3, at 9 a.m. Hear the latest news and updates from university and CALS administrators and take part in the forum's open Q&A session.
Wolfpack Wellness: Industrial and Occupational Psychology
On Nov. 19, from 2-2:30 p.m., Seonghee Cho, Department of Psychology in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences will discuss industrial/occupational psychology.
County Extension 101: Connecting with Campus
Hear Davidson, Davie, Forsyth and Yadkin Counties talk about exciting programs happening in their communities. Learn about spectacular 4-H Programs, what agriculture and pizza have in common, and other fascinating areas of Extension outreach.
Opening Doors Diversity and Inclusion Retreat
Opening Doors is a three-day retreat that provides a framework for increasing diversity awareness that enhances a person’s ability to create an inclusive organization. The overall goal of Opening Doors is to facilitate both personal growth and systemic organizational change.
ASABE Student Chapter Prepares for Annual Sweetpotato Fundraiser Sale
Sweetpotato harvest marks the beginning of fall for many North Carolina farmers and a primary fundraising opportunity for the NC State University ASABE chapter.