NC State will honor its employees next week as part of a statewide effort to recognize state employees. The governor has designated Sept. 27 to Oct. 2 as State Employee Recognition Week and Sept. 30 as State Employee Appreciation Day.
Leah Young is a dedicated advocate for black students at NC State University. She advises them, encourages them and listens to their hopes, dreams and concerns. When Toni Thorpe worked at NC State, she passionately supported black students, too. For those reasons and others, Young and Thorpe were selected to be honored this month as Read More »
The 15th annual Play4Kay basketball game will tip off at 7 p.m. Feb. 24 at Reynolds Coliseum, featuring the 10th-ranked NC State Wolfpack women’s basketball team taking on the Duke Blue Devils. Play4Kay is named after legendary NC State women’s basketball coach Kay Yow. The court inside the coliseum also bears her name. Yow died Read More »
The Onboarding Center at NC State University hosts several tours a year to help employees become familiar with our beautiful campus and learn about our university’s rich history. You are invited to attend these free upcoming tours: Wendell H. Murphy Football Center at Carter Finley Stadium A one-hour tour of this state-of-the-art football facility is Read More »
Each year NC State University employees gather for the Service Awards breakfast. Retired NC State University employee Lillie Kirby will be honored next month for 50 years of state service — a milestone not many workers at the university achieve. Kirby began her career as a state employee in 1968 in the Johnston County Read More »
NC State paid a special tribute on Nov. 11 to veterans who work for the university. The university thanked the veterans for their service during the annual Employee Appreciation Event, which was held at Reynolds Coliseum on Veterans Day. During the event, veterans were given NC State caps embroidered with an American flag and the Read More »
Since 2003, the Women’s Center at NC State has hosted a fundraiser that helps with the fight against breast cancer. The Chocolate Festival is a fundraiser for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund and the Women’s Center. Yow, a former NC State women’s basketball coach, founded the Kay Yow Cancer Fund in 2007. She was Read More »
NC State’s Staff Senate kicked off two charity drives this month and will start a third one in November. “The drives are a testament to how passionate Staff Senate is about community engagement and outreach,” said Marie Williams, vice chancellor of University Human Resources and the chancellor’s liaison to Staff Senate “We hope as Read More »