What you'll find at the Center
The African American Cultural Center stays actively engaged in the academic life of NC State with programs, resources and services that facilitate the cultural, intellectual and social growth of the entire university community.
November 4 | Harambee!
Join us as we celebrate Red and White Week with Harambee! Meet various campus partners, connect with friends, and enjoy music, games, good conversation, and savory cuisine from an assortment of food trucks.
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Oct 25, 2022
Student Intern Takes to the Airwaves
Park Scholar Jeanine Ikekhua loves interviewing people and telling stories. So, when the junior double majoring in communication and international studies learned about an internship opportunity at WUNC, she jumped at the chance.
Oct 24, 2022
Paper Science Alum Chavonda Jacobs-Young Appointed as USDA Under Secretary
Chavonda Jacobs-Young ’89 has been appointed as the United States Department of Agriculture’s chief scientist and under secretary for research, education, and economics.
Oct 11, 2022
Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor, ASHE President Joy Gaston Gayles Focuses on Cultivating Joy
What is the difference between joy and happiness? This was one of the many questions explored during the 2022 American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Presidential Symposium Finding Our Way: Centering Joy, Care and Community held Sept. 30 at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation.
Sep 23, 2022
NC State Student Murry Burgess to Publish Children’s Book
The book, “Sparrow Learns Birds,” follows the story of a five-year-old Black girl who loves to explore the outdoors in her suburban neighborhood.