Prospective Partners


  • 15th Annual Shelton Forum

    November 18, 2016

    The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative at NC State University announces the 15th Annual Shelton Forum. This year's feature keynote speaker is Marshall Goldsmith, most known for his book, "What Got You Here, Won't Get You There."   
    As part of your continued leadership development we encourage you to attend the General Hugh Shelton Leadership Forum. The Office of Extension and Engagement is providing us with admittance at a reduced-rate of $149 (normally $169).

    The forum is scheduled for Friday, November 18, 2016, with the overall theme focused on "Organizational Values: Cultivating the Next Generation of Leaders." Along with Marshall Goldsmith, Andy Albright, CEO of National Agents Alliance, and author of "The 8 Steps to Success, and Millionaire Maker Manual" will provide the morning keynote. In addition, a group of high-profile panelists will share how they have mentored employees throughout their leadership experiences within their organizations. Panelists include Gayle Lanier, Senior Vice President, Customer Services, Duke Energy; Nicholas LaRusso, Distinguished Investigator of the Mayo Foundation; Sharon Decker, Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives with Tryon International Equestrian Center; and Paul Odland, Sales Leader at State Farm Insurance Companies.
    Check-in - 8-8:30 am
    Panel Session - 8:45 am - Panel 
    Keynote Session - 11 am - Andy Albright
    Lunch - 12:15-1:45 pm
    Keynote Session - 2 pm - Marshall Goldsmith
    Registration Form for L&OD Discounted Group Rate. Registration deadline is Friday, November 4

    The Shelton Leadership Center will contact all attendees who have been registered two weeks prior to the forum with final details concerning the day. 


    March 13, 2017
    930 Main Campus Drive

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  • Leah Burton speaks at the SXSW Conference in Austin, Tx

    March 13, 2017
    SXSW Conference, Austin, Tx

    "The New Idea Lab: Universities and Tech R&D" is the presentation that Leah, one of our very own, will offer at the 2017 SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas.  The SXSW Conference & Festival fosters innovation in learning with a diverse and energetic community of stakeholders across a variety of backgrounds in education. If you will be in town, be sure to add this session to your agenda.  For details on Leah's appearance at SXSW, click here.

  • Centennial Campus Partner Career Fair and Business Expo

    March 22, 2017
    Hunt Library, Duke Energy Hall

    The Centennial Campus Partnership Office and Career Services would like to announce the 2016 Centennial Campus Partner Career Fair and Business Expo at Hunt Library. Gain immediate access to NC State's talent and visibility for your company by attending. Whether you have immediate positions to fill, need interns for Summer 2016, or want to showcase your company to NC State students & faculty, this event is for you. All Centennial Campus Partner companies are invited to exhibit at this free event. Click here to register.

  • COR's Avent Ferry Rd. Corridor Study-Public Kickoff Meeting

    March 27, 2017
    McKimmon Conference & Training Ctr, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh NC 27606

    Share your input on what makes the corridor great and what improvements you would like to see during the public session on Monday, March 27, from 7:00-8:30 pm.  Meet the consultant team of ColeJenest and Stone, along with WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Rose and Associates. Help set a vision for what the corridor can be in the near and long-term future. 


    March 28, 2017
    Room 1231, Engineering Building 2, Centennial Campus

    The NC State Department of Computer Science invites you to join us on Tuesday, March 28th, at 6:00 pm as Dr. Peter Wurman, VP of Engineering at Cogitai, will be our featured speaker.  Dr. Wurman will present his talk, "The Disruptive Power of Robots," in Room 1231 on the 1st floor of the east wing of EB2 on Centennial Campus.  For more information, just click here.

  • Community Voices: "Women's March-It was big, but is it over?"

    March 29, 2017
    Hunt Library, Centennial Campus

    FREE event where you can come and join us to discuss important topics in our State and Nation.  

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