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Poole Advisory Board Spotlight: Henry Campen

Henry C. Campen ’86 February 17, 2021   There are few individuals across the university who, without having an NC State degree attached to their name, have played as significant a role in furthering the mission of the university. Henry Campen, who is in his 14th year on Poole College of Management’s board of advisors, is one of those…

North Carolina State Sen. Jay Chaudhuri Named to Various Committees

Sen. Jay Chaudhuri ’99 North Carolina State Sen. Jay Chaudhuri Named to Various Committees India-West Staff Reporter Feb 21, 2021 15 hrs ago The North Carolina Senate recently announced its committees for 2021-2022, with state Sen. Jay Chaudhuri being named to a handful of posts. In announcing the 20 committees, Senate Leader Phil Berger, a…

Black History Month Spotlight

Dorothy Hairston-Mitchell Dorothy Hairston-Mitchell is no stranger to the Office of the Juvenile Defender and juvenile defense in North Carolina. Dorothy graduated from the North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2002 and began her journey in juvenile defense the following year in Durham, North Carolina. She is now the Clinical Associate Professor and…

COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS THE VITAL CONNECTION BETWEEN FOOD AND HEALTH

COVID-19 Highlights the Vital Connection Between Food and Health  December 4, 2020  The Petrie-Flom Center Staff  Bioethics, Blog Symposia, Featured, Health Law Policy, Obesity, Public Health, Race, Social Determinants of Health, Women on the Frontlines: COVID and Beyond By Browne C. Lewis Together, food insecurity and COVID-19 have proven to be a deadly combination for Black and Brown people. Data published by the Centers for…

Congratulations Montre Freeman ’17

We Congratulate Alumnus Montre Freeman on his appointment as City Manager for Elizabeth City. “I am humbled by the vote of confidence by the Council of Elizabeth City and I look forward to going back to the City that started it all for me. To the citizens of Elizabeth City, I look forward to serving…