While the Student Leader Identity Conscious Institute workshops are geared toward increasing cultural competency for student leaders, the opportunity to attend sessions is open to all NC State students. .
Alexander Mitchell is studying meteorology at NC State, but his involvement does not end in the classroom. With a goal of helping peers to transcend difficult situations, he’s finding ways to leave a legacy on …read more.
NC State Student Involvement will host Student Organization Leaders Essentials (S.O.L.E.) Training on Monday, September 19. Student leaders will benefit from sessions that will equip them to manage their organizations effectively. Beginning at 10 a.m. …read more.
Over 200 NC State student organizations were on hand for the annual Campus Connection’s event. Presented by Student Involvement, the event gives first-year students an opportunity to explore ways to get involved at NC State. …read more.
The racial climate on campus led one senior to work with her peers to orchestrate a town hall meeting. This focused on the topics of inclusion, race relations and conduct accountability at NC State. In …read more.
Saturday, NC State’s Union Activities Board hosted TUFF Talks, a new platform for lectures on issues and ideas. The lecture series serves as a opportunity for members of the Wolfpack to shine a light on the concepts …read more.
“In 2008, 35.2 million young adults were living at near or below the poverty line of the United States; sixty percent of those were enrolled in post-secondary institutions,” says Kalysha Clark, a featured speaker at …read more.