Recognizing the Contributions of African Americans to NC State

Black History Month

Every February, NC State proudly celebrates African Americans for their immense contributions — especially those who have contributed to the university’s history. You can read about African Americans who have played a vital role at NC State by following an extensive timeline on the NC State University Libraries website. Below we profile two of the Read More »

Celebrating Our Heroes

Black History Month Heroes

This month is all about celebrating Black heroes. The lives and contributions of many of those heroes — U.S. Rep. John Lewis, journalist Ida B. Wells, astronaut Mae Jemison and civil rights leader Medgar Evers — are chronicled in books and movies. We also celebrate another group of Black heroes each February. Many of those Read More »

Black History Month Events

Black History Month Events

Throughout February, NC State is recognizing Black History Month. Below is a list of Black History Month-related events. RELATED NEWS Recognizing the Contributions of African Americans to NC State Celebrating Our Heroes Honoring Black Student Advocates

Stats From the UHR Annual Report

UHR Annual Report Stats

Here is a brief look at some of the statistics offered in the University Human Resources 2019-20 annual report. For more stats, please read the report.   RELATED NEWS New HRIM and Payroll Process for new 9-month faculty Give Your People the Authority to Make Decisions Leading Change at All Levels

Slate of Events Planned for NC State Wellness Days

Wellness Days

University Human Resources and a diverse group of campus partners have teamed to create a slate of wellness-related events that will take place on NC State’s spring 2021 wellness days. This semester, instead of a spring break week, the university will have events on its four designated wellness: Feb. 9, March 5 and 24 and Read More »

Check Your January Paycheck Deductions

Check Your January Paycheck Deductions

Employees should review their January paychecks to make sure that the premiums deducted from their checks for employee benefits are accurate. To see if the deductions are accurate, compare the deducted amounts on your pay stub to the confirmation statement on the benefits enrollment website. To view your confirmation statement: Go to Employee Self Service Read More »