Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

How Women Decide: What’s True, What’s Not @ 2312G DH Hill (Faculty Commons)
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Reading Circle. Meets Mondays every other week from Sept 12-Nov 21. The book examines what psychologists, economists, and sociologists have learned about how women’s choices are perceived at work. It’s a book that tackles all-too-common stereotypes about women as decision-makers and offers advice for navigating those beliefs.

If you are interested in participating in a reading circle, we ask that you commit to attending at least 4 of the 6 sessions. Please RSVP to gumpertz@ncsu.edu.

Leadership – The Many Ways to Lead as a Faculty Member @ 405 Clark Hall
Sep 26 @ 11:45 am – 12:35 pm

Associate professors can take on various leadership roles such as heading a department, directing a center, leading national organizations, or engaging with faculty governance. Join this discussion to help you reflect on your own career goals.
transitioning into leadership roles; opportunities across administration, research, and engagement, and/or strategies for success (including how and where to receive training and mentoring in leadership, and how to move into leadership roles without having your productivity suffer). This is part of the Associate Professors’ Learning Community.

Myron Floyd, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Jeannette Moore, Animal Science
Alyson Wilson, Statistics
Marshall Purnell, Architecture

Register: https://ofd.ncsu.edu/events-and-programs/workshops/

Families of Kids with Special Needs @ 1911 Bldg Room 129
Sep 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Meeting of Families of Kids with Special Needs

Kim Allen, Danielle Carr, and Crissy Williams-Brown are working closely to design meetings that suit your needs. These meetings are going well and have proved beneficial. We want to keep the momentum going. So please forward to anyone on campus that could benefit from it. Our goal is to make sure it reaches the entire campus community.

NC State Branding Bar