Professional and Personal Development

  • Apply for a Job — Search and apply for open positions at NC State.
  • Arts — Arts NC State includes the music, dance, theater, crafts and more — and helps faculty find ways to make connections between the arts and their curriculum.
  • Benefits and Perks — Discover all of the ways that NC State takes care of and rewards faculty and staff.
  • Bookstores — Shop online or on campus, and receive discounted academic pricing on items including laptops and software.
  • Crafts Center — The center provides hands-on, lifelong learning skills to NC State students, faculty and staff, affiliates, alumni and the general public to support research, enhance critical thinking through creativity, and strengthen personal and professional development.
  • Discounts (WolfPerks) — Discover discounts on everything from your cell phone plan to child care.
  • Emeritus Status — Review the policies and procedures for being granted emeritus status.
  • Faculty and Staff Giving — Your support is key to NC State’s continued success.
  • Faculty Awards and Honors — The Provost’s Office recognizes the contributions of outstanding faculty through a variety of academic awards and honors.
  • Faculty Clusters — The Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program brings esteemed faculty from various disciplines together to tackle complex global issues.
  • Faculty Excellence Program — Our faculty clusters are the results of this program, where faculty at the forefront of their fields diverge to take on pressing issues facing the world.
  • Faculty Ombuds Office — The faculty ombuds is a confidential resource, a sounding board that also provides information, discusses University policies and procedures, and helps faculty resolve situations early.
  • Faculty Research and Professional Development Program — This program is a funding partnership between the Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development and the ten academic colleges.
  • Faculty Scholars Program — The program recognizes and rewards emerging academic leaders who turn research into solutions to society’s most pressing issues.
  • Gregg Museum — Our on-campus art and design museum makes its collections and activities freely accessible to the university, community and public.
  • Learning and Organizational Development — This group exists to build the knowledge, skills, and abilities of NC State’s staff.
  • Office of Faculty Development — This office fosters and facilitates the success of NC State’s faculty.
  • Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity — This office is committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible, and diverse intellectual and cultural campus experience.
  • Office of Professional Development — This office offers a range of quality educational opportunities in a flexible, comfortable and affordable learning environment.
  • Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development (ORIED) — This office actively supports and nurtures the research enterprise; provides resources, expertise and regulatory control; and leads the way in advancing innovation and discovery.
  • Office of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures (OTCNV) — This office protects university research discoveries and intellectual property and promotes them by working with industry partners.
  • Onboarding Center for New Hires — For new faculty and staff hires, the center provides information and support for navigating their first year at NC State.
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute — The institute provides non-credit short courses, study trips, and special events for adults aged 50+.
  • Phased Retirement Program — This program is intended to facilitate retirement decisions by allowing eligible faculty the option to continue participation in academic life and mentoring of students while preparing for the future.
  • Provost’s Office — The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost provides direction and resources for faculty and administrators at NC State.
  • Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure — The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost provides all relevant services and information to support everyone involved in various stages of these processes.
  • Recognition — Throughout the year and over the course of their careers, NC State faculty and staff are recognized for their achievements, accomplishments and service.
  • Sponsored Programs and Regulatory Compliance Services (SPARCS) — This unit oversees proposal submissions, agreement negotiations and project funding.
  • Staff Ombuds Office — The ombuds office is a resource for staff members with workplace concerns for conflicts.
  • Tenure Policies, Procedures and Rules — Review the university’s policies related to appointment, reappointment, promotion and permanent tenure.
  • Turning Age 65 — Understand your options for enrolling in Medicare whether you plan to retire or will continue to work past the age of 65.
  • Wellness — Wolfpack Wellness promotes physical and emotional health, career satisfaction, financial security, social support and community involvement.