Join Us for the Virtual Gender and Equity Research Symposium
The Women’s Center will host its Gender and Equity Research Symposium virtually this year on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
Undergraduate Produces VR Exhibit for International Women’s Day
Student Dani Dalton recently collaborated from Costa Rica on an interactive VR exhibit centering feminism.
Ever Been on a Virtual Accessibility Excursion?
Join us this April as we host the 2021 (Virtual) Accessibility Excursion to raise awareness about campus accessibility.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: How Can We Help Those at Risk?
Assault causes about 10% of traumatic brain injuries, which are common among sexual assault survivors.
African American Cultural Center Highlights Rich History
The AACC has been a home away from home for NC State students for many years, although its history is not widely known on campus.
Students, Faculty and Staff Reminded to Complete Diversity Training
All members of the NC State community are required to complete their approved diversity, equity and inclusion training program by April 1.
Summit Shapes Next Steps Toward Racial Equity
Findings from the October Racial Equity Summit will be used by the effort's Guiding Coalition and Steering teams to plan NC State's next steps.
MLK Campus Commemoration Continues with Master Class Series
As a part of celebrating the late Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, the AACC offers two more workshops in March and April.
Tips for Combating Zoom Fatigue
With the spring semester in full swing, students, faculty and staff members are finding themselves spending hours on end in front of screens and in video calls.
Harm Reduction in Marginalized Communities
Marginalized communities experience increased social and institutional inequities that negatively impact the health care, living conditions, educational and economic opportunities accessible to them.