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Francine E. Ott (J. Douglas Knight, courtesy Ott)

Oct 12, 2020

How Social Dance Can Benefit Your Training—and Your Humanity

Francine Ott, artistic director for the Panoramic Dance Project and a dance lecturer for NC State’s dance program, was featured in Dance Spirit Magazine, a well known international publication in the dance industry. 

Autumn Mist Belk

Sep 29, 2020

Belk Selected to Present at NDEO National Conference

Autumn Mist Belk will present “Discovering Your Dance Dharma” at the National Dance Education Organization’s National Conference in October. 

DASA Facilities staff members: James Carpenter, Dale Lefler, Ray Corbett, and Vladimir Wall

Sep 15, 2020

Building (and Moving) Barriers

A four-person DASA Facilities team built and installed over 100 stationary plexiglass barriers and around 55 portable ones around campus this summer. 

A camera crew records Chancellor Randy Woodson's remarks in Reynolds Coliseum, where Convocation normally takes place.

Aug 4, 2020

New Student Convocation Going Virtual

The 2020 rendition of New Student Convocation is going virtual due to COVID-19, but it promises to be just as engaging and fun as years past. 

Jul 14, 2020

Arts Keep Moving, From a Distance

Despite campus closures, Arts NC State continues to engage the community with innovative offerings. 

Jul 6, 2020

Crista Bain Named as Isaac Frank Ormond, III Scholarship Winner

The Department of Health and Exercise Studies has awarded the Isaac Frank Ormond, III Memorial Scholarship to Crista Bain, a junior majoring in sports management. 

Jun 30, 2020

Spotlight on Our Faculty: Holly Hurlburt and a Global History of Sugar

Pictured above is Holly Hurlburt, executive director for Academic Enrichment Programs and teacher of the honors seminar, Sweet!: A Global History of Sugar, in Venice, Italy. In this edition of Spotlight on our Faculty, the 

Caleb Drum

Jun 24, 2020

Caleb Drum Receives Alex Miller Outstanding University Scholar Award

Each year the staff of the University Scholars Program is honored to select a student to receive the Alex Miller Outstanding University Scholar award. The award is named after the former director of the University 

Students and faculty in a Group Strength yoga class

Jun 9, 2020

Health and Exercise Studies Department Sprints to Convert to All Online Classes

It was hard enough moving traditional classes online this spring. But Health and Exercise Studies faculty had to get extra creative to continue classes that are typically taught in the water, on a filed, in a gym, or on a bike. 

A lone student uses a computer in a computer lab

Apr 20, 2020

Faculty and Staff Develop New Website to Help Ease the Shift to Online Education

The Division of Academic and Student Affairs partnered with several other departments across the university to develop the Keep Learning website, which provides resources and support for students acclimating to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.