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The Engaged University
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
2:30-4:00 pm
OFD conference room

Presenter: Terri Helmlinger Ratcliff

Come discuss the importance of the engaged university-- the power it has to shape the education of students at NC State and how the new Office of Outreach and Engagement will play a role in advancing education at NC State.

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Office of Faculty Development Location
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If you don't have an appropriate parking permit, you may park as a campus visitor. Campus visitors (including workshop and seminar attendees) are charged $2 per day to park on campus. Individual visitors may purchase daily permits at the Stinson Drive (Main Campus Visitor Booth) (map), use any hourly pay lot or parking meter, or purchase a permit at the Transportation office, 2721 Sullivan Drive.
Visitor permits are not valid in pay lots. If you park in the Colliseum pay lot (lower deck), you will be charged the pay lot rate; $2 per hour or $9 per day.
Office of Faculty Development Location

Come visit us! Our building, Clark Hall (not to be confused with Clark LAB), is across the street (Jensen Drive) from the Coliseum Parking Deck and requires a DC or CD campus parking permit. C parking is nearby, however. You may also take a campus bus to within a block of Clark Hall.

If you don't have an appropriate parking permit, you may park as a campus visitor. Campus visitors (including workshop and seminar attendees) are charged $2 per day to park on campus. Individual visitors may purchase daily permits at the Stinson Drive (Main Campus Visitor Booth) (map), use any hourly pay lot or parking meter, or purchase a permit at the Transportation office, 2721 Sullivan Drive.

Visitor permits are not valid in pay lots. If you park in the Colliseum pay lot (lower deck), you will be charged the pay lot rate; $2 per hour or $9 per day.