NC State Global Hosts International Education Month 2018
NC State’s Think and Do attitude stretches across campus and around the world. To celebrate the far reaches of the Wolfpack community during International Education Month (IEM), the Office of Global Engagement and its partners across campus will host a […]
NC State Prague Makes an Impact
The NC State European Center in Prague opened in 2005, and last year the center moved to a new facility, expanding its commitment to provide opportunities to study and conduct research abroad. Now even more faculty, staff and students enjoy the university’s gateway to a rich, global education.
NC State Will Restructure Asia Programming in 2019
While NC State will no longer offer academic and cultural programs through the Confucius Institute after June 2019, Chinese language and culture programs will continue to play a significant role in NC State’s efforts to create a more comprehensive Asia strategy.
Think and Do in 2 Competition Celebrates Diverse International Stories
Students shared their diverse international experiences during Tuesday’s global storytelling competition in Stewart Theatre as part of International Education Month. The fourth annual Think in Do in 2: Global Storytelling Competition brought together 12 diverse students to share their international […]
Consortium Offers Funds for International Collaboration
NC State faculty are eligible to apply for $10,000 per project to stimulate collaboration among the members of Academic Consortium for the 21st Century (AC21). The AC21 Special Project Fund was created in order to bring together members of AC21 universities, encouraging […]
Partner Profile: SKEMA Business School
NC State hosts SKEMA Business School’s U.S. campus on our Centennial Campus. SKEMA is one of the top business schools in France with additional satellite campuses in China and Brazil. The School of Knowledge Economy and Management, or SKEMA, is a global […]