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Poole Student Connections

A bi-weekly newsletter for the students of Poole College of Management.

Oct. 4, 2020

Global Seminar Series - Back to the Future: The Innovation of Business in a Post Pandemic World

Engage with students from five international business school to look at business in a post pandemic world across five sessions from Oct. 20 to Nov. 17. 

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
If you or someone you know is experiencing relationship violence, sexual violence, stalking or any other form of interpersonal violence and are in need of advocacy services, the NC State Women’s Center has trained advocates available to offer crisis intervention, emotional support, resources, and referrals. Students can contact the 24/7 Sexual Assault Helpline at 919-515-4444 or ncsuadvocate@ncsu.edu to be connected with an advocate for remote support via phone, Zoom or Google Hangout.
NCPIRG Student Voter Registration Resources
Your vote counts! Young people (Gen Z and Millennials) are the largest and most diverse generation in the history of this country, comprising an astounding 37% of the eligible electorate! At ncstudentvote.org, you can register for the first time or re-register, check your registration status, request your absentee ballot if you would like to vote by mail, and take a pledge to vote so that can receive timely reminders. Students with an NC license will be able to vote at this address while out-of-state students will receive a PDF to fill out and submit at the county board of elections.
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Self Care
Self care is active participation in enhancing the quality of your health. Some people may think that nurturing the self is only for the fragile, the weak-willed, or the slacker–it certainly couldn’t be for strong, ambitious college men and women. However, it is a vital part of maintaining good health and a vibrant life.
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What Do You Need?

More food during the month? More In My Basket is an outreach program that helps connect North Carolinians to FNS/SNAP. Students can also utilize Feed the Pack.


Help with rent or other expenses? The DASA Student Emergency Fund is still available.


Better internet or access to a computer? Reserve a study room at DH Hill or Hunt Library or borrow a computer. 


Someone to talk to about academic, emotional or social issues? The NC State counseling center has diverse staff who are ready to help!


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