The Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence is the annual celebration of Black excellence at NC State which recognizes NC State students, faculty, and staff who, through their leadership, reflect and represent leadership, dedication, and talent. Ebony Harlem began in 1993 as a means to recognize the amazing efforts and impact of the Black community on and off campus.
2023 Ebony Harlem Awards: “Renaissance”
April 23 | 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Piedmont-Mountains Ballroom, Talley Student Union
Join us for an uplifting celebration that honors Black graduates as well as Black students, staff, faculty, and community! The 2023 theme is Renaissance which we define as a reclaiming of a historically Black era. We are evoking the spirit of the 70s where Black expression was at its pinnacle, centering Black joy and uplifting all things Black.
Nominations are open now! Voting for undergraduate student awards will open once nominations are closed on January 23. Faculty, staff, and graduate student awards are determined by committee review.
To be eligible for an award:
– Students must be in good academic standing with the University and without violations of student conduct.
– Faculty and staff must be currently employed by the university.