Day: January 15, 2020

Husky Hour, Counseling Services Workshops and Groups

Know students who are struggling or just need a little extra support? Get them the help they need through Husky Hour, Counseling Services Workshops, or Counseling Services Groups.

Counseling Services has partnered with departments across the University to offer one-hour workshops—Husky Hour—from 4-5 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the Library East Reading Room.

These workshops will help students improve skills like communication, stress relief, academic planning, life balance, formula-based studying and good food choices. These events are free and often offer incentives like food and prizes for students. Feel free to bring your class to one of these events, offer extra credit for student attendance, or simply recommend it to your students as a great way to gain additional skills needed for a successful semester.

Counseling Services workshops and groups offer a more in-depth and intimate learning experience for students. The workshops are designed as 3 or 4-week series, exploring topics like motivation, the science of relationships, emotional resilience, taming habits, stress reduction and mindfulness. Groups offer weekly support in areas like grief, depression, anxiety, academic stress, motivation and more.

Visit here to download PDFs of the spring schedule for each of these programs. While all of these events are designed for a student audience, staff and faculty are welcome to attend Husky Hour. We ask for your assistance in marketing these opportunities to students.

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Carbon Cluster faculty search

The Carbon Cluster seeks nominations for new faculty. This is an open-rank search.

Open Rank Faculty Search in Carbon-based Electronics and


As part of the Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program, the NC State Carbon Electronics
Cluster seeks nominations for tenured/tenure-track Professors in all areas of Carbon-Based
Electronic materials and devices including Electronics, Photonics and Sensing Materials
and Devices. We seek an innovative and transformative academic leader whose scholarship will
advance NC State’s position as one of the premier universities of its kind. Exceptional candidates
of all ranks will be considered.
The Carbon Electronics Cluster is a part of the NC State University Chancellor’s Faculty
Excellence Program. Carbon and carbon hybrid electronics offer new avenues to solve some of
the most important grand challenges of the 21st century. The Cluster core faculty consists of
faculty members from Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical and
Biological Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering. The research within
the cluster is highly collaborative.
Our vision is to expand our leadership in Carbon Electronics for the next 10 years and beyond, and we
are looking for new faculty in synergy with the existing NC State faculty. We envision interrelated
fundamental and applied research that provide revolutionary computing approaches, renewable power
sources, advanced energy storage, and novel device capabilities in areas of photonics, bioelectronics,
computing, and sensing. Many of these can be integrated into truly self-sustaining systems such as
self-powered autonomous greenhouses, next generation integrated photonics, and self-powered
intelligent health monitors.
About the Position
As part of the Chancellor’s Faculty Excellence Program, the Carbon Electronics Cluster at North
Carolina State University seeks applications/nominations for new faculty at the rank of Assistant
Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor (tenure/tenure-track).
The Cluster at North Carolina State University is seeking outstanding individuals in the area of
chemical synthesis, materials characterization, photonics, bioelectronics and sensors. Successful
junior candidates are expected to be on a trajectory for international prominence, and must
demonstrate promise of clear international standing, an exceptional record of publishing and external
funding, and a record of scientific excellence. Senior candidates are expected to have demonstrated a
vision and skills to lead collaborative, multidisciplinary research efforts, and must have a clear
international standing, an exceptional record of publishing and external funding, and a demonstrated
record of scientific excellence and leadership. We are specifically looking for candidates who are
highly collaborative with the existing core Cluster faculty.
A Ph.D. degree in Physics, Chemistry, or any related engineering discipline is required for these
Please submit the application via the following link:

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