It’s More than Just Stigma: Systemic Barriers to Eating Disorder Treatment
It is estimated that the prevalence of eating disorders, especially among those with marginalized identities, is widely underreported.
Campus Community Centers Continue Support Virtually
The campus community centers have continued to provide support for students and provide specific times for virtual one-on-one conversations.
Resources Available in Pivot Back to Virtual Learning
Resources are available to the NC State community during these times, and we urge faculty, staff and students to make use of these.
A Reckoning on What I Owe
Guest editorial from Elizabeth A. Nelson (she/her), Ph.D., teaching associate professor of communication.
My Continued Journey as an Ally
Guest editorial from Justine Hollingshead (she/her), chief of staff and assistant vice chancellor in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.
Stand in Solidarity: Interview with Melanie Flowers
We recently interviewed Student Body President Melanie Flowers about her thoughts on being NC State's first Black woman student body president, the Black Lives Matter movement and recent events.
University Leaders Commit to Strengthening Racial Climate
Two weeks after a pivotal turning point in the continuing fight for civil rights, another national reckoning on race America has begun.
Responding to Concerns and Moving Forward
Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity Sheri Schwab and Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs Lisa Zapata issue a joint statement.
Collegial Conversations Assist in Navigating Pandemic
Amid the pandemic, the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity continues to offer education and training to promote diversity and build cultural competency.
Resources to Improve Our Racial Climate
See our resources and avenues for education about how to process difficult events, how to help stop racial injustice or how to enact inclusive practices within their organizations.