Research @ A&T: May 2012

Highlights of developments in research at N.C. A&T during the month of May 2012:

August workshop on teaching ethical dimensions of coupled natural and human systems

  • Faculty members from N.C. A&T and Penn State will conduct a two-day workshop for A&T faculty, post-docs, and doctoral students in the sciences and engineering who are interested in integrating the ethical dimensions of coupled natural and human systems into their classes.

Registration open for EPA conference at A&T

  • The Collegiate Environmental Sustainability Symposium is designed to encourage colleges and universities to implement environmentally sustainable projects on their campuses and to incorporate sustainability into their curricula. 

N.C. A&T, UNCG programs working together on community-based mental health project

  • Beginning this fall, one largely immigrant neighborhood in Greensboro will become the site of a new community-based mental health care provider through a project led by N.C. A&T.

Joint A&T-NCSU sustainable local food initiative named a finalist for national engagement award

  • North Carolina A&T and N.C. State University have been named as finalists for a national community engagement award thanks to a joint project of the universities' Center for Environmental Farming Systems. 

Zhan selected for NIH early-career program

  • The National Institutes of Health have selected Dr. Justin Zhan to participate in the Early Career Reviewer program of the Center for Scientific Review.  Zhan is an associate professor of computer science at N.C. A&T.

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