University Updates on Emerging Respiratory Illness 2019-nCoV
NC State University is working with state and local health officials to closely monitor the outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) first identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The campus community, and travelers in particular, are reminded to stay updated as events continue to unfold on the world stage.
13 New Participants Join Global Engagement Institute
The Global Engagement Institute has thirteen new participants for the 2019-20 academic year. These faculty and staff interested in broadening their international work experience will now have the support of a professional development program with expert consultants, workshops tailored to […]
Global Courtyard Celebrates International Education
A once inconspicuous space between Primrose and Tompkins Halls will soon transform into a gathering place for international-focused events. Upon completion of landscaping and renovations, the Global Courtyard will showcase how NC State strives to bring the world to campus. […]
November 2019 Provost’s Corner
What an unbelievable Red and White Week! Thank you to all of the students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends who worked hard to make this annual event a success.
November 2019 Announcements
Find out the latest happenings related to NC State faculty and staff, including awards nominations, opportunities to present research, professional development and more.
International Partnerships Strengthen Global Health
NC State’s Global Health program merges veterinary research and training to address today’s (and tomorrow’s) most pressing animal and human health challenges. From infectious disease control and antimicrobial resistance, to food security, global health and more, the program puts NC State's teaching and research into action around the world.
Pack Hacks for Faculty: Taking Travel Lessons to the Classroom
This month, Gary Blank, associate and Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor and director of undergraduate programs in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, gives advice on taking travel lessons back to your classroom.
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 […]
October 2019 Provost’s Corner
It may seem hard to believe, but the fall semester is already halfway over. So much activity has been going on to start the year, and faculty, staff and students continue to stay busy with teaching, research and service on and around campus.
September 2019 Provost’s Corner
In addition to classes being back in full swing, we’re in the midst of a month full of activity on and off campus. This includes a trip to West Africa, Parents and Families Weekend, showcasing Chancellor’s Innovation Fund grants and Envisioning Research winners and more.