Follow NC State on Twitter

July 31, 2009
By magintern

With all sorts of university-related organizations using Twitter, the popular microblogging site is a wealth of NC State news and info. We have our own feed to help keep you up to date on news from the blog and around campus. We’ve also compiled a list of other Twitter feeds from around campus. If we missed any, add them in the comments or e-mail them to alumniblog@gw.ncsu.edu.

News: NC State News Services and Technician.

Academics & Research: Engineering Library; Friends of the Library; MBA Students; College of Veterinary Medicine; Graduate School and the Insect Museum.

Athletics: Pack Athletics; Wolfpack Club; Men’s Soccer; Men’s Basketball; Women’s BasketballGymnastics; Football and Volleyball.

Student Affairs, Campus Life and Activities: Division of Student Affairs; Student Affairs Tech Services; Union Activities Board; NCSU Bookstores; Interfraternity Council; NCSU Sororities; NCSU GLBT; Study Abroad; Office of Information Technology; NCSU College Republicans; Graduate Association of Students in Psychology; Photo Club; NCSU Student Chapter of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics; WKNC 88.1; Inter-Residence Council; Campus Recreation; Campus Activities and NCSU Surplus.

Alumni: NC State Alumni Association and MBA Alumni

Other groups: NC State PR, Cashier’s Office and Wolfpack Promotions.

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3 Responses to “Follow NC State on Twitter”

  1. Facebook User says:

    Thanks for the this great, comprehensive list!

  2. Facebook User says:

    PS – Be sure to alert the PR department… I hope all of the twittering agencies or personnel are responding to any inquiries or questions they receive since most are not following back any of their followers (especially surplus – ie: where’s the sale?, what are the prices?, etc.)

  3. Chris Richter says:

    Thanks for reading the blog and leaving a comment. I’m glad this list was helpful. I think Twitter is still new to a lot of people on campus, but you’ll see an increased effort to use it in the coming months. We’ll make sure we’re following our followers, and we’ll pass along your note to the folks who are helping to reshape the university’s communications strategies. CR

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