NC State Meeting N.C.’s Growing STEM Needs
NC State will add 2,000 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students in engineering and computer science over the next five years.
Don’t Want Foodborne Illness? Don’t Wash That Poultry
Washing raw turkey or other poultry before roasting can lead to cross-contamination and foodborne illness.
At Home or Abroad, Students Immerse Themselves in Global Engagement
No matter where they come from or where they’re headed, students support each other — and themselves — through global engagement.
Grateful for the Opportunity to Study Abroad in Prague
NC State Prague was one of the only study abroad programs to run for the Spring 2021 semester and welcomed 16 students from various majors. For the participants, this was the last and only option to study abroad before graduating. […]
NC State Participates in UN Sustainable Development Goals Action and Awareness Week
The Office of Global Engagement is leading campus participation in the first annual UN Sustainable Development Goals Action and Awareness Week (March 1 – 5, 2021). The week will feature a series of events and programs to highlight the many […]
NC State Prague Ready to Welcome Study-Abroad Students
On January 20, NC State Prague will welcome a group of 17 students for the spring semester. “We have solid COVID-19 safety protocols in place in which staff and faculty have been trained,“ says Anaël Symůnková, Communications Specialist for the […]
Coffee and Statistics To Go
Michael Evans is about graduate with his bachelor’s degree in Statistics. His next step is focusing on the nonprofit 321 Coffee.
Meet Ashton Crump
Program and Location: NC State Prague: Classic Fall; Prague, Czech Republic Major/Minor: Education – Middle Grades Science Why did you choose to study abroad? I decided to spend my fall semester in Prague because I wanted to immerse myself in […]
New Minor Aims to Make Students Better Leaders
NC State has a new Global Leadership minor, aimed at creating meaningful, global educational experiences.
A Different Prague Experience
More than 50 NC State undergraduates arrived at the NC State European Center in Prague this January to go on a journey of academic and cultural enrichment. Signs of spring began to show up in the Czech Republic’s capital just as COVID-19 hit. Even with everything that happened this semester, NC State Prague continued with classes, albeit in a different manner than usual.