NC State’s Gateway to Europe
NC State prides itself on producing global citizens. Students, faculty and staff travel around the world to engage with — and learn from — the international community. That mission is strengthened by the official opening of the expanded NC State European Center in Prague.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Funding International Research
This month, Chantell LaPan, adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management and director of global research for the Office of Global Engagement, talks about supporting and funding international research.
Finding Purpose Through Service
Chemistry student and Goodnight Scholar Haley Newton discovered a passion for international service on a trip to the Dominican Republic.
NC State Students Go Global
Thanks to Global Village, NC State students gain international experience and cultural competency right on campus.
Teaching Cultural Competencies Through Virtual Reality
NC State’s Global Training Initiative and DELTA staff have incorporated virtual reality in an immersive approach to teach cultural competencies to students and professionals in an online environment.
Transitions in the Office of International Affairs
The Office of International Affairs will go through some transitions in the new fiscal year to better position NC State for increased global engagement and collaboration.
A Path Forward for Prague
The NC State European Center in Prague is NC State’s only permanent international facility that welcomes both students and faculty alike. Learn more about NC State Prague’s expansion and efforts to better serve the entire university community at home and abroad.
Faculty Expand Partnerships in Prague
A group of 12 NC State faculty members spent spring break in the Czech Republic for the Global Symposium in Prague. The program, facilitated by the Office of International Affairs, was designed to explore international activities at NC State’s Prague Institute […]
Chancellor’s Letter: Response to Immigration Executive Order
NC State is advising faculty, staff and students from seven countries named in a presidential executive temporarily limiting the entry of immigrants and refugees to avoid international travel until further notice.
New Global Partners Database Launched
International Affairs is pleased to announce the launch of a new Global Partners Database that aims to foster collaboration with NC State’s global partners.