Making Connections for Change
International studies and business administration double-major Maya Krishnan earned a WomenNC Fellowship while at NC State.
OIA Honors Global Engagement
The Office of International Affairs honored students, staff and faculty at the sixth-annual Global Engagement Exposition.
Love of Books Inspires Giving
For College of Education staff member Patty Fields, giving to the NC State Libraries is a way to pay forward her love of books.
November Is for International Education
Faculty, staff and students can learn about how they can get involved in NC State's global engagement efforts during OIA's International Education Month.
Grad Student, Boren Fellow Seeks Answers to Youth Unemployment in Morocco
Throughout the Middle East and North Africa, youth unemployment rates are some of the highest in the world. In Morocco, NC State graduate student Mary Sloan wants to know why.
New Leader for International Business Programs
Robert Sandruck has been named director of international programs at the Poole College of Management.
Chancellor on Asia Trip
To strengthen our connections in Asia, an NC State delegation will meet with alumni, corporate heads and university leaders in Hong Kong, China and South Korea. Chancellor Randy Woodson previews plans for the trip.
Hobbs, Sills Win Global Awards
Dr. Heidi Hobbs and Dr. Erin Sills won NC State’s inaugural Outstanding Global Achievement Awards for international research and scholarship.
CHASS Faculty Take Leadership Roles
Two faculty are taking leadership roles in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Maria Pramaggiore will become director of film studies in January. Dr. James Kiwanuka-Tondo has been named director of international studies.
Stand and Deliver
Each semester, one NC State student is selected to speak on behalf of the entire graduating class. Before the 2010 spring commencement ceremony, we sat down with biological sciences and international studies double major Lianne Gonsalves, who reflected on everything from the Krispy Kreme Challenge to anthropological research in Guatemala.