Congratulations F&B Awards for Excellence Winners!
Vice Chancellor Charles Leffler presented Lisa Johnson, Anthony Sanders, Eva Telles, Rick Hillburn, Sarah Ketchem, and Andrew Langdon (pictured, left to right) with the 2013 Finance and Business Awards for Excellence. Congratulations to the winners for their exceptional work! Read their nominations here.
BOC Onboarding Website is Live
The Onboarding Center is committed to helping new members of the Wolfpack family successfully navigate the critical first year of employment at the university. University Business Operations has created a new website for Onboarding to make the transition for new hires even easier. Visit the website here.
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Next Steps for BOC Implementation
In a memo to executive officers, deans and department heads, Vice Chancellor Leffler reviewed the Business Operations Centers (BOC) implementation progress to date and highlighted the next steps in the ongoing initiative. Read the memo. Read more about this initiative to streamline business services at the university. See the timeline for BOC implementation.
University Dining Wins Pioneering Efforts Award from City of Raleigh
University Dining received the 2013 Pioneering Efforts Award, one of the City of Raleigh's Environmental Awards for its sustainability efforts. University Dining recycles all of its oil waste, has tray-less dining halls, and practices 100 percent composting. It also launched the "My Roots are at NC State" campaign, which purchases local products and ties in alumni partners.
New Centennial Campus Development Website is Live
Centennial Campus Development enhanced its website with new sections on property management, campus development, and amenities. You'll also find information for space, events and current projects.
NC State wins Natural Resource Conservation Awards from City of Raleigh
The City of Raleigh's Natural Resource Conservation Awards were given to Artists’ Backyard, a multi-phase stormwater retrofit project, and Sullivan Shops III, the first NC State project to obtain LEED Silver certification. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and certification is awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Wolfpack One Card Office Now in West Dunn Building - Trade in Card Until June 15
The Talley Student Center is officially closed for renovation, so the Wolfpack One Card Office has moved to the West Dunn Building, located next to Bragaw Residence Hall, on the corner of Thurman Avenue and Dan Allen Drive. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is still time for NC State faculty and staff to trade their existing cards for the new Wolfpack One ID Card for no fee until June 15. Find out more.
Chancellor Randy Woodson initiated the formation of a new strategic plan for the university in 2010 by charging the provost and chair of the faculty with directing the process with advice from an 11-member steering committee. Nine task forces comprised of faculty, staff and students produced white papers with recommendations for university strategies, specific initiatives and metrics. Now, a number of initiatives are putting NC State's strategic plan into action. The initiatives invest in priorities and position the university to become a stronger and more effective institution. Learn more »
A Message from the Vice Chancellor for Finance & Business
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Finance & Business website. Many diverse functions are carried out on a daily basis by over 1,800 talented and resourceful Finance and Business employees working tirelessly to support NC State students, faculty, and staff - with an overarching commitment to outstanding customer service and accountability.
Our job is to facilitate the advancement of NC State’s strategic goals by maximizing the use of resources and developing a culture of efficiency and effectiveness. As the University continues to face fiscal challenges in the years ahead, we will further utilize strategic decision-making in order to make tough choices about the allocation of resources on campus.
With protecting the academic mission in the forefront, in these difficult economic times we will continue to ensure excellent customer service and fiscal transparency by providing leadership in the implementation of shared business services, streamlining of administrative processes, and development of additional ongoing solutions to the University’s strategic and financial challenges. Guided by the core values of integrity, excellence, and respect, we will remain good stewards of the University’s resources while doing everything in our power to help ensure that NC State remains a world-class institution.
- Charles D. Leffler