Celebrating 50 years of Title IX
Fifty years ago, Congress passed Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. Many associate this as being the most significant step forward toward equity in athletics, but the passage of Title IX did much more than that.
In Response to the Buffalo Shootings
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden and Vice Provost Sheri Schwab respond to the Buffalo shootings
TIP: GLBT Advocate Program Workshops and Events
GLBT Advocate Program Workshops and Events.
#GivingPack means GLBT Center Community-Building
After four years of involvement with the GLBT Center and multiple student organizations, Ward is the outgoing president of Bi/Pan.
TIP: New DEI Course: Applied Cultural Identity
OIED has developed a new online, self-paced course, Applied Cultural Identity.
TIP: What Does Your Search Committee Need to Know?
Learn about best practices for university search committees.
TIP: Building a Trauma-Informed Practice in the Classroom and Beyond
We provide best practices for instructors for creating trauma-informed spaces for students.
TIP: Take Your DEI Training at Your Own Pace with EverFi
NC State employees and grad students can fulfill their DEI training requirement by taking two EverFi online training modules.
TIP: How to Help Students Impacted by Interpersonal Violence
We’d like to remind the Wolfpack community about resources available for students impacted by interpersonal violence.
TIP: Looking for DEI Training to Meet Your Goal?
The DEI professional development requirement is now part of NC State’s employee performance evaluation.