Rising to New Heights
Senior forward Jennifer Mathurin, a student-athlete majoring in social work, has been presented with many opportunities to succeed during her NC State career. See her and the No. 17 Wolfpack women's basketball team in action on Sunday at the annual Play4Kay game at Reynolds Coliseum.
OIA Honors Global Engagement
The Office of International Affairs honored students, staff and faculty at the sixth-annual Global Engagement Exposition.
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.
Will Rapprochement Mean New Research Collaborations Between Cuba and the U.S.?
We asked Ruben Carbonell, National Academies member, Cuban American, and professor at NC State, what the rapprochement between Cuba and the U.S. may mean for fostering relationships and collaborations between U.S. research institutions and their Cuban counterparts.
Diaspora Tour Visits NC State
NC State hosts the U.S. State Dept.'s Diaspora tour, a recognition of the people who live outside of their native countries but maintain active connections with it.
Paper Offers Framework for Amazon Oil and Gas Development
Oil and gas development continues to press into the most remote corners of the western Amazon, one of the most biologically and culturally diverse zones on Earth. Now a study proposes a new 10-point, best-practice framework that combines technical engineering […]
Year in Review
NC State had a global impact in 2011, from the White House to Tahrir Square. Here's a look at some of the highlights.
Chancellor’s Fall Highlights
Here's to movers, shakers and moving forward: Chancellor Randy Woodson sums up a successful semester and gives a 2012 preview.
Study Abroad Faculty Recognized
NC State’s Study Abroad office is honoring more than 100 faculty during International Education Week.
NC State's Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and the US Army are expanding a project that offers intensive foreign language training to ROTC cadets and other students. Starting in January, active-duty soldiers will begin studying at Ft. Bragg and, later, on campus.