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Office of Global Engagement

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Aug 1, 2023

NC State Names New Vice Provost for Global Engagement

Amy Conger has been named vice provost for Global Engagement at North Carolina State University following an international search. Her appointment becomes effective October 31. 

Chancellor Randy Woodson with NC State Prague faculty, staff and students

Jun 15, 2023

Czeching in on Prague

Chancellor Randy Woodson visited the NC State European Center in Prague to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of the center’s current location and concurrent move to the Office of Global Engagement. 

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May 19, 2022

Where’s the Wolf? At NC State’s Global Courtyard

Graduate School staffer Katie Homar makes the correct guess in the latest installment of our contest for NC State employees. 

Mar 16, 2022

2022-2023 Internationalization Seed Grants Announced

Meet the newest recipients of the grants that help promote international partnerships and foster global scholarship and engagement.  

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Dec 13, 2021

Graduating With a Global Perspective

For many NC State students, graduation symbolizes their commitment to taking risks, understanding different cultures and expanding their horizons. 

A red banner marks the Global Courtyard on campus.

Nov 9, 2021

The Pack Empowers a Global Perspective

On Nov. 8, NC State dedicated the Global Courtyard, a gathering space for international-focused events and students. The courtyard is emblematic of the university’s commitment to global engagement — and an international community. 

A male student marks his hometown on a map of the world as a female student looks on.

Jun 1, 2021

Finding Your Wolfpack: Global Engagement

No matter where they come from or where they’re headed, students support each other — and themselves — through global engagement. 

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Nov 8, 2018

NC State Will Restructure Asia Programming in 2019

While NC State will no longer offer academic and cultural programs through the Confucius Institute after June 2019, Chinese language and culture programs will continue to play a significant role in NC State's efforts to create a more comprehensive Asia strategy.