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Sep 1, 2011

Back From the Revolution

Two NC State students reflect on a summer documenting the revolutionary movements in the Middle East. See and hear their poetic portraits of a revolution. 

Aug 25, 2011

NC State Extends Chinese Classes to St. Augustine’s College

In a first for historically black colleges and universities, North Carolina State University’s Confucius Institute will extend its reach across Raleigh by opening a Confucius Classroom at St. Augustine’s College. The Confucius Classroom will provide one Chinese language instructor and an operational fund for supporting Chinese language classes and cultural events at St. Augustine’s College… 

Aug 24, 2011

NC State Joins National Effort Linking Diversity, Internationalization

North Carolina State University will be part of a new national project aimed at promoting collaboration between international and diversity/multicultural education initiatives on college and university campuses. The American Council on Education (ACE) project, “At Home in the World: Educating for Global Connections and Local Commitments,” will explore connections between international and diversity efforts that… 

Jun 9, 2011

June Chancellor’s Message

Chancellor Randy Woodson says his travels give him a growing appreciation for NC State's impact at home and around the world. 

May 17, 2011

Free Verse

Two NC State students join a team of poets traveling to Egypt and Tunisia this summer to experience the democratic movements that are sweeping the region. Meet the artists behind "Poetic Portraits of a Revolution." 

May 11, 2011

Summer of the Arab Spring

Two NC State students join a team traveling to Egypt and Tunisia this summer to document the democratic movements that are sweeping the region. But they're traveling as artists, not journalists. Find out why they're going. 

Mar 23, 2011

Avast! Legal Confusion May Help Pirates Avoid The Plank

Forget Captain Jack Sparrow. Today’s maritime pirates aren’t swashbuckling antiheroes, they are gun-toting kidnappers, extortionists and murderers. And their numbers are swelling, not diminishing. New research highlights one of the factors contributing to international piracy – the legal system. Fifty years ago, piracy was in decline. But by 2009, the world was dealing with an… 

Feb 17, 2011

The French Connection

Like many prospective engineers, Quentin Vermont is here in part to broaden his job prospects. But unlike most other engineers on campus, Vermont is pursuing a degree from the France-based SKEMA Business School, which opened its first U.S. campus at NC State last month. 

Feb 14, 2011

Global Award Nominations Due

Nominate full-time faculty and EPA professionals with a strong record of international involvement for the university’s Outstanding Global Engagement Award. Monday, March 14, is the submission deadline. 

Nov 3, 2010

Campus Tours Available for International Visitors

New student ambassadors with the Office of International Affairs will give campus tours for international visitors. 

Mar 11, 2010

Going Global

A trio of NC State students has reached the semifinals of an international business game promoting corporate social responsibility. They make up the only U.S. team remaining in competition, thanks to a unique proposal to provide women entrepreneurs and business leaders with financial capital and mentoring. 

Jun 17, 2009

NC State Faculty Receive Fulbright Scholar Awards

Three North Carolina State University faculty members have been chosen to participate in the Fulbright Scholars Program to teach and study abroad in the 2009-2010 academic year. Each year Fulbright grants are awarded to researchers, teachers and administrators of universities around the world. The grants allow for up to one year of research abroad at…