Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less

Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less

Eligible NC State employees can participate in Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less, a 15-week online weight management program that uses proven weight-loss strategies. Professionals at NC State and the NC Division of Public Health created the program. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina members, including State Health Plan members, can participate in Read More »

Five Ways NC State Is Protecting the Pack

NC State has implemented a variety of safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus. Here are five ways the university is protecting the Pack: Requiring Face Coverings Students, staff and faculty are required to wear face coverings that cover their nose and mouth in all NC State buildings and all university programs Read More »

How Supervisors Can Recognize Employees During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Employee Recognition

NC State employees are rising to meet the unique and evolving challenges the COVID-19 pandemic poses to our daily operations. Many of our employees have transitioned to remote work and have kept up with unprecedented work demands, all while managing personal and family needs and stressors. That’s why it’s more important than ever for supervisors Read More »

Wellness Champions Promote a Healthier Campus

  When Melissa Jackson, an administrative support specialist, became a wellness champion at NC State, she thought all she would do is motivate colleagues to engage in physical activities. Jackson encouraged coworkers in the Department of English to participate in 3-mile races before the Employee Wellness Champions program started, making her the department’s de facto Read More »

Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes

A 12-month diabetes prevention program will be held at NC State, starting Oct. 7. Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-recognized program that uses proven strategies to help participants prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes. NC State partnered with the North Carolina Division of Public Read More »