New Student Convocation Going Virtual
The 2020 rendition of New Student Convocation is going virtual due to COVID-19, but it promises to be just as engaging and fun as years past.
Celebrate International Education Month
Every year in November, we recognize NC State’s global connections on campus and around the world during International Education Month. A joint initiative between the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education, International Education Month promotes programs that […]
What’s Our Climate’s Future?
Journalist David Wallace-Wells visits campus Oct. 15 to talk about his book, The Uninhabitable Earth. His talk, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the NC State University Speakers and Lectures Committee, with support from the Harrelson Fund and the University Scholars Program.
Celebrate Graduate Education Week in March
Find out about the Graduate Student Research Symposium and other events that will be held during Graduate Education Week, March 17-23.
UGPN Boosts NC State’s International Presence
NC State excels in collaborating with international partners to advance research and solve society’s grand challenges. Participation in the University Global Partnership Network highlights the university’s commitment to this global mission and world-class research, teaching, service and outreach. UGPN consists […]
Symone Sanders to Speak at MLK Commemoration
NC State welcomes strategist, communicator and commentator Symone Sanders as this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Commemoration speaker.
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 Co-Hosts Smart Cities Summit Oct. 31
Collaboration between academia, industry and government is at the heart of the Smart Cities Summit. Check out the event to learn about smart cities, smart technologies and how NC State plays a role.
Diversity Education Week Explores Social Identity
Diversity Education Week (DEW) seeks to reinforce and expand NC State’s commitment to making campus a more inclusive and welcoming place for all. In its ninth year, the initiative will focus on the theme of “Who Are We?: Defining the Wolfpack.”
NC State Comes Together for Diversity Education Week
NC State's Diversity Education Week will bring together over thirty diversity-themed programs for the campus community. The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites faculty, staff and students to participate in events throughout the week of October 22-28, 2017.