Diversity Lecture: The Importance of Inclusion and Diversity in Law Enforcement
Join us as Raleigh Chief of Police Cassandra Deck-Brown gives the College of Humanities and Social Sciences spring 2019 diversity lecture, titled "The Importance of Inclusion and Diversity in Law Enforcement."
Career Fair Prep Day
Stop by to have your résumé reviewed by a career counselor to prepare for the College Career Fair. Drop-in style meetings last 15-minutes. Bring a PRINTED copy of your résumé with you to have it reviewed.
Volunteer/Career Fair: Jan 28 Caldwell Lounge 12 – 2
Department of Social Work is hosting a volunteer/career fair on January 28 from noon to 2:00 pm in Caldwell Lounge. 15 community and campus agencies will explain volunteer and job opportunities. The event is open to everyone.
Cupcakes with the Career Counselors
Stop by for free cupcakes with the Career Counselors. Counselors Sarah Wild, Courtney Jones and Julianne Britt will be present to answer all your career-related questions.
Spanish Club Introductory Meeting
Join us for our first meeting of the year and play Spanish-themed Jeopardy. Students of all majors are welcome to attend. ¡Hasta pronto!
King's First Dream: Lunch and Learn with Jason Miller
Join Professor Jason Miller as he speaks on the legacy of the recently unearthed 1962 speech that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave in Rocky Mount, North Carolina nine months before his more famous "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington, D.C.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: University Closed
NC State University will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
A Well-Behaved Woman: Public Reading with Author Therese Fowler
Best-selling author and NC State alumna Therese Anne Fowler discusses her new novel, "A Well-Behaved Woman," based on Alva Smith Vanderbilt. Hosted by the MFA in Creative Writing Program and the NC State Libraries. Free; please register at the link.
The State in Nature: The Political Economy of Public Lands
Renowned historian Jay Taylor will speak on the history and future of US public lands politics, focusing on the 2016 armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and what we do not think about in public lands politics.
Global Film Series: The True Cost
The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider: Who really pays the price for our clothing? Sponsored by the Program in International Studies.