Dean Braden

Jan 24, 2012

Dean for a Day Student Chosen

Ever wonder what the Dean of CHASS does all day? Well, one lucky student is about to find out firsthand. Laura Wilkinson, an International Studies and Criminology major and the editor of the Technician, has been chosen to switch places […]

Nov 16, 2011

“ACC Road Trip” Host Comes to Town

An unpaid internship at Turner Sports evolved into a 14-year career doing on-air promotions for Tommy Kane (Comm '93). The former basketball player returned to campus to film "ACC Road Trip," his award-winning show that highlights campus football culture.

Sep 29, 2011

Seeing the Message

Dean Braden welcomed President Obama to NC State. Most people who were lucky enough to snag a ticket for President Obama’s recent speech at Reynolds Coliseum heard NC State’s marching band play a brassy fanfare in honor of the Commander […]

Jun 23, 2011

The Dean’s Corner: Arab Spring

Arab Spring: What’s CHASS got to do with it? The spring of 2011 will be remembered for protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, for the departure of Tunisian President Ben Ali, and for events still in the making as I write […]

Mar 21, 2011

Dean Jeff Braden Reflects on A Father’s Ethical Legacy

I recently traveled to a senior center in Milwaukee to hear the Bruce M. Braden Memorial Ethics Lecture. The name of the lecture was no accident; it was named in memory of my father, who was a founding member of […]

Mar 16, 2011

Dean for a Day Diaries

On February 10, 2011, CHASS Dean Jeff Braden switched places with sophomore Communication major Sarah Hager. He took her classes (and her radio shift at WKNC). She spent the day in meetings with fellow deans, with college administrators and department […]

Feb 6, 2011

Upcoming: CHASS Dean for a Day!

On Thursday, February 10, CHASS Dean Jeff Braden and Sophomore Sarah Hager will trade places. Both will experience a day on the NC State campus from an entirely new perspective. Sarah was chosen for the role after submitting the winning […]

Nov 15, 2010

The Dean’s Corner: The Power of Poetry

I recently attended two events that seemed at first blush to be quite different: a poetry reading (delivered in Arabic and English) sponsored by CHASS, and a dinner of US Special Operations Command officers to which I’d been invited by […]

Nov 4, 2010

It takes a village to install a chancellor

When W. Randolph Woodson was installed as North Carolina State University’s 14th chancellor on October 26, CHASS was integral every step of the way. The ceremony, with the theme of “Locally responsive. Globally engaged,” was held in NC State’s Reynolds […]

Oct 11, 2010

Dean sits down with students over lunch

Hey, CHASS students! Do you say what you mean and mean what you say? Well, here’s your chance. CHASS Dean Jeff Braden is holding a series of brown bag lunches to get students’ thoughts on classes, the college and student […]