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Dinner with Dean Braden
February 22, 2019

Dining with the Deans: A Faculty Engagement Dinner Series

On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, Living and Learning Initiatives hosted the first installment of their “Dining with the Deans” Series featuring Dean Jeff Braden from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. To demystify the

Honors Forum
January 25, 2019

A Guide to Scholars Forum

Dance. Art. Movies. Academic enrichment. All of these and much more are explored every week during Scholars Forum. Scholars Forum offers many fun and diverse ways to engage with the Scholars and Honors communities and

Scott O'Leary
January 25, 2019

Interview with Dr. Scott O’Leary

Dr. Scott O’Leary is the Honors and Scholars Village Director. He came into this position in August, and he hit the ground running. His vision is to use the newness of the village to provide

painting
December 5, 2018

Living and Learning in SAY Village

SAY Village residents are mostly freshmen and sophomores fulfilling their on-campus residency requirement; however, the program is open to all students at NC State. First-year SAY Village residents are paired with elementary students while returning

Make-A-Thon Trashr
January 22, 2018

NC State Students Launch Company To Modernize Dumpsters

At the 2016 NC State Make-a-thon, Trashr was developed. In addition to winning the waste category, the project caught the attention of NC State’s Waste Reduction and Recycling Office, which offered the student team the

EcoVillage Service Learning
October 19, 2017

Learning by Doing

EcoVillage students removed invasive plant species along Rocky Branch Creek on NC State’s central campus. Through service learning, EcoVillage students make the campus more eco-friendly.

NC State Residence Halls
September 7, 2017

Where Learning is a Way of Life

NC State’s Living and Learning Villages provide students with an experiential education outside the classroom. The 14 villages, along with two community initiatives, also help create a sense of community in a campus with more than