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Mar 14, 2016
NC State Initiative Sets Gold Standard for Language Diversity
After reaching thousands of students, faculty and staff on its Raleigh campus, NC State’s Educating the Educated program is quickly becoming a national model for language diversity education. The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators is affirming the program's broadening impact this week, awarding Educating the Educated its grand gold medal for excellence.
Apr 5, 2016
Class Project Leads to New Research on Spanish in North Carolina
For professor Jim Michnowicz and his students, what started as a class experiment is now producing intriguing research findings that will be published in a new book on language diversity. Their work, which provides further insight into the evolution of Spanish in North Carolina, also serves as a clear example of the kind of purposeful, community-based research that can be carried out by undergraduates.
Mar 22, 2016
Chancellor Serves as Land Grant Historian
NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson returned to his teaching roots to offer his perspectives on the past, present and future of U.S. land grant universities to students taking U.S. Agricultural History.
Mar 21, 2016
Army Vet, LPS Student Lands Legislative Fellowship
After serving in the United States Army for eight years, Daniel Snedden trained his sights on completing his undergraduate degree. NC State's Leadership in the Public Sector program is enabling him to do just that. Through a legislative fellowship, Snedden is preparing and presenting a research paper to the entire North Carolina congressional delegation about the impact of budget sequestration on military readiness.