Title IX Update
On May 6, the U.S. Department of Education released new regulations governing campus sexual assault under Title IX.Read more
Statement Regarding the Events in Minneapolis
George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery.
It is important that we speak these beautiful souls’ names.
We call the names of those who have been victims of racism, violence and unjust treatment in this country — a list that is far, far too long — so that we actively reinforce the inherent value of the human lives that these names represent. Saying their names focuses our attention on our shared humanity as we strive for the just society they deserved but did not get — the just society that all souls deserve and that we must demand.
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APIDA Heritage Month Succeeds Despite Pandemic
Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month, nationally recognized in May, celebrates the collective accomplishments, stories and experiences of those from Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi heritage.
Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Go Virtual
The annual Chancellor's Creating Community Awards honor outstanding faculty, staff, colleges, students and student organizations that have made exceptional efforts and contributions in the areas of equity, diversity and inclusion.
NC State Pioneer Rhonda Sutton: Serving, Advocating, Leading
Rhonda Sutton was an early leader of the Women’s Center who contributed to the center’s current strengths in advocacy, programming and support for survivors.
Graduate Students Help Advance Equity Work
John Pierre Craig and Miyah Wilson reflect on their graduate student experience working in the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity.
Global Diversity Advocates Promote Studying Abroad
The Global Diversity Advocates are a small cohort of students who have studied abroad and now guide their peers who are interested in studying abroad.
Muslim Community Celebrates Ramadan During the Pandemic
Last month marked the beginning of the Islamic holy month, Ramadan. This month of religious observance is celebrated April 23 to May 23 this year.
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We are committed to eliminating discrimination and harassment, sexual harassment, sexual violence and interpersonal violence. We comply fully with federal and state laws and UNC System and campus policies that prohibit such acts within our campus community. If you are affected, find resources and/or file a report.
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