The Building Future Faculty Program is designed to fuel the future pipeline of faculty. This innovative program aims to further NC State’s goal to increase faculty diversity and inclusion.

This website was created for you, the Building Future Faculty class of 2015 to reconnect with the people you met and the resources that they gave you during your time at NC State University.  This site is not public, and known only to this year’s participants.

 

Faculty Fellows

Your 2015 Faculty Fellow are NC State faculty and staff who have an interest in fueling the pipeline of new faculty to the university system.  They have gladly volunteered their time and knowledge towards helping new faculty grow.

Resources and Files

Elvira Abrica

Elvira Abrica

Persistence Strategies of Latino Males in Engineering

Jeremy Brown

Jeremy Brown

Sensory feedback for neuroprosthetic devices

Aitza Haddad

Aitza Haddad

US media and the Puerto Rican struggle for autonomy

Sarah Javier

Sarah Javier

Culturally tailored treatments for eating disorders

Michael Mitchell

Michael Mitchell

Nucleic acid delivery to bone marrow for cancer treatment

Alejandra Ortiz

Alejandra Ortiz

Evolution of coastlines and response to sea level rise

Kevin Richardson

Kevin Richardson

Structure-talk and construction of unified pictures of reality

Millicent Springs-Campbell

Millicent Springs-Campbell

Virtual animated speech therapist

Ebisa Wollega

Ebisa Wollega

Natural gas storage schedule optimization

Toyin Alli

Toyin Alli

High dimensional statistics

Prentiss Dantzler

Prentiss Dantzler

Factors of tenure duration in public housing

Antentor Hinton

Antentor Hinton

Role of estrogen responsive neurons in hypertension

Amanda Emnett Jones

Amanda Emnett Jones

Solvent-based self-healing for advanced fiber-reinforced composites

Sungmin Moon

Sungmin Moon

Group score assessment

Erica Brown Peters

Erica Brown Peters

Microvascular tissue engineering

Aaron Sather

Aaron Sather

Molecular recognition of the uranyl dication

Dian Squire

Dian Squire

Diversity and equity in the doctoral admissions process

Kathryn Woods

Kathryn Woods

Ethical dilemmas in college campus victim advocacy

Reginald Archer

Reginald Archer

Remote sensing for monitoring disaster recovery

Paolo Garcia

Paolo Garcia

Taking intracranial electroporation from theory to practice

Kathryn Huff

Kathryn Huff

Hydrologic and thermal geologic disposal model

Naomi Lee

Naomi Lee

Self-assembly of amphipathic beta-sheet peptides

Gerardo Nunez

Gerardo Nunez

Plant-microbe interactions, root architecture, plant nutrition

Adrianne Pinkney

Adrianne Pinkney

Civic education in a charter school network

Warren Sconiers

Warren Sconiers

Mechanisms of drought impact on cotton and pests

James Thomas

James Thomas

Impact of power router control on electricity markets

Sybrina Atwaters

Sybrina Atwaters

The sacred in 3D virtual worlds

Jessica Gilbert

Jessica Gilbert

Genetic and environmental variation in blueberry

Ivelisse Irizarry Caraballo

Ivelisse Irizarry Caraballo

The endophytici microbiome of a coastal tropical tree

Meredith McQuerry

Meredith McQuerry

Functional design to reduce heat stress of the wearer

Alicia Odewale

Alicia Odewale

African slaves coping with risk in service to the elite

Ava Purkiss

Ava Purkiss

African American women’s exercise 1900-1930

Janille Smith-Colin

Janille Smith-Colin

Knowledge asset management strategies for transportation planning

Pearline Tyson

Pearline Tyson

Economic inequality and global security: US and South Africa

Sponsors

We would like to recognize and thank the following university sponsors:

  • The Office of the Provost
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Sciences
  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Departments of Elementary Education; Curriculum, Instruction and Counselor Education
  • Department of Horticultural Science
  • Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences
  • Department of Nuclear Engineering
  • Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
  • Department of Statistics

 

 

Things to Do in Raleigh

If you arrive in Raleigh early or have time on your hands after BFF concludes … Things to do within walking distance of the hotel (a campus map and a local area map are in the folder):

Cameron Village Shopping Center – shops and restaurants, outdoor setting 3 blocks from the hotel.
Pullen Park – 66 acre park with a carousel, aquatic center, arts center, café (snack bar).
DH Hill Library
Wolfline Campus Bus System – fare-free service. No university ID, pass, or fare is required to ride.  Buses are red and white and black with the Wolfline logo lettering. They serve the main campus, Centennial Campus, DH Hill Library, and James B Hunt Library.

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The DT Raleigh Walking Tour

One of the best ways to experience downtown Raleigh is to do it on foot. For anyone that is visiting or new to Raleigh’s Downtown, the walking tour is a great way to see what there is to offer. The tour involves some Raleigh history and takes you through some of downtown’s busiest streets. Keep an eye out for shops and restaurants along the way for a future visit. The tour is self-guided and the two mile walk takes about an hour to get through. Make your way to the Raleigh Convention Center, where the walk begins, and have fun!

WolfWalk
Explore NC State history right on your phone. WolfWalk is a photographic guide to the history of North Carolina State University for your mobile device. Take a historical walking tour of the NC State campus using the location-aware campus map. Browse photographs by decade (pre-1900s to the present) or by theme (Athletics, People, Student Life). WolfWalk features over 1000 historical photographs, courtesy of the NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center.

North Carolina Museum of Art
(Not in walking distance)
Art in Bloom
The NCMA’s inaugural festival of art and flowers. Floral designers from across North Carolina and beyond bring springtime into West Building by interpreting masterworks from the permanent collection in 45 breathtaking flower displays.

The Museum Park
Encompassing over 160 acres of fields, woodlands, and creeks, the Museum Park presents a unique setting to explore the intersection of art and nature. The Park art program extends into the landscape and invites visitors to encounter dramatic works of art by riding bicycles, walking dogs, or wandering along scenic paths.

NC State Branding Bar