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Job Well Done! Awards for Excellence Nominees

Congratulations to all the individuals who have been nominated for the University Award for Excellence in the Division of Academic & Student Affairs.

Justin Hammond, Comm Directory for DASA

DASA Director for Marketing & Communications

Welcome Justin Hammond to the Division of Academic & Student Affairs as the Director for Marketing & Communications.

DASA End of the Year Program

What a Year! Join us in celebrating the end of a successful year during DASA’s End of the Year Program on Monday, May 12th from 3:00-5:00pm in the Piedmont-Mountains Ballroom in the Talley Student Union. There will be a reception following the program. If you haven’t yet, please RSVP for the program and reception. Collection bins will be available for donations for the Feed the Pack Food Pantry which serves students, faculty, and staff in need. Located in 379 Harrelson Hall, the
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Recognition for Advising Excellence

Five NC State academic advisors have have received recognition for their outstanding work in advising for 2013-2014. The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) awards participative members for achievements at their respective home institutions. We are proud to announce that among this year’s recipients, 5 NC State advisors were recognized with a Certificate of Merit, and one advisor won in her category. We are proud of each of our nominees and will continue to exemplify characteristics of great advising at our
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Student Government in Action

It’s student elections season once again, as evidenced by this year’s crop of colorful campaign signs dotting the campus at every turn.   Candidates for the four highest-profile leadership roles (Student Body President, Treasurer, Senate President, and Senior Class President) as well senate seats for all the colleges have begun to showcase their creative talents for not only campaign signs but Facebook groups as well. Some candidates have exceeded over 200 likes on their pages in the opening week for
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Minute with Mullen: The Importance of the SECC

Greetings! It is that time of year again when we, as a campus community, come together to support the State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC).  This is our chance for NC State to give back to the community that supports us. As you may know, the SECC has been raising funds for worthy organizations since 1985.  During this time, the Campaign has raised over $95 million from employees from around the state.  This Combined Campaign raises funds for federations and independent
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LAUNCH Series Helps Undergrads Build Professional Skills

This fall, the Career Development Center will host the Professional LAUNCH Series, featuring a variety of topics and current trends in professional development during 50 minute sessions. The LAUNCH Series is ideal for undergraduate students who are beginning to think about transitioning to the professional world. Students who attend at least 6 sessions will receive a Professional Development Certificate, meal, and t-shirt.  Sign up in ePACK or drop in to a session if space allows. For questions or additional information,
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NC State Observes International Housekeeping Week

From September 15-19, NC State will recognize and thank the more than 300 dedicated individuals who take such excellent care of our work spaces. International Housekeeping Week is a chance for us to show our appreciation for the hard work of the University Housekeeping staff. Luncheons, recognition awards, and other gestures of appreciation are planned, and building occupants are asked to make special accommodations for their housekeepers on Tuesday, September 16th and Thursday, September 18th. University employees are also encouraged
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Tutorial Center Changes Name to Serve More

The Undergraduate Tutorial Center has long been at the forefront of go-to resources for NC State students in need of tutoring and writing assistance.  Over the past 35 years, the Undergraduate Tutorial Center has been a continually evolving hub for academic support, but until recently services were offered only to undergraduate students. Recognizing that the need for tutoring services is not limited to undergraduate students, the Undergraduate Tutorial Center has undergone a name change. The new University Tutorial Center is
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#DASAFit: A Lighter State, Starts September 15

The Division of Academic and Student Affairs believes in promoting a health lifestyle to all of our employees. That’s why we have started the #DASAFit program again for the Fall semester. Thanks to the efforts of University Recreation, we begin the #DASAFit: A Lighter State campaign on September 15. In order to be eligible to receive prizes, you must register by September 14 and be available for the first and last weigh ins. More information can be found on University
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