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Meet Jennifer Capps, New Interim Assistant Vice Provost for NC State Entrepreneurship

A North Carolina native,  Jennifer Capps, Interim Assistant Vice Provost for NC State Entrepreneurship, grew up 10 miles away from what would become her alma mater and career launchpad – NC State University. Now, for almost 20 years, Capps has had the opportunity to help create entrepreneurship programs at NC State.

Switching GEARS

COVID-19 forced NC State’s academic programs online this spring, but also presented the Global Training Initiative with an opportunity to expand their reach. GTI’s Global Education, Academics, and Research Skills (GEARS) program — an academic, research and cultural exchange program […]

SKEMA Starts In-Person Classes for Fall

Alicia Olivier had to find an apartment in Raleigh, book a trans-Atlantic flight, and get her student visa in the span of just a few weeks to get ready for her fall semester at SKEMA Business School’s Raleigh campus at […]

Growing Global Interest in Entrepreneurship

Global interest from NC State’s international partners in learning about entrepreneurship and innovation has grown over the last decade, especially as the university continues to be recognized for having one of the top undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs in the […]

Global Engagement Convenes Diversity Advisory Council

The Office of Global Engagement has formed an advisory council composed of staff members from across the division to examine ways to tackle diversity, equity and inclusion challenges in the realm of international education. The 10-member council convened last week […]

Virtual Poster Competition

During Summer 2020, the Global Training Initiative matched 100 students with mentoring professors at various North Carolina universities for the virtual Global Education, Academics and...
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A Different Kind of Summer

NC State faculty, staff and students have experienced many changes in their lives over the course of the spring semester, and summer didn’t necessarily like what they’ve experienced in the past. Regardless of the situation, the campus community came up with great ways to think and do both personally and professionally this summer.