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Jun 23, 2022

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.

May 16, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

In Response to the Buffalo Shootings

Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden and Vice Provost Sheri Schwab respond to the Buffalo shootings

Mar 4, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

#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.

Mar 3, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

What the Women’s Center Means to Me

Kayla Clark and Amanda Sheehan talk about their experiences in the NC State Women's Center.

Mar 3, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

Women’s Center Welcomes New Interpersonal Violence Response Coordinator

Alexis Jackson (she/her) joined the Wolfpack community as NC State’s interpersonal violence response coordinator.

Mar 2, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

Program Evaluation and Education Research Internships Center Equity

The Digest interviewed Callie Edwards, Ph.D., associate director of the PEER Group at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation.

Mar 2, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

What the African American Cultural Center Means to Me

Kristin Russell is a graduate student who has worked in the African American Cultural Center since January 2021.

Mar 1, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

Examining the Role of the Communicator in DEI

Elizabeth Snively served in communications roles in OIED for over two decades.

Mar 1, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

Women’s Herstory Month: Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Present, Envisioning the Future

The NC State Women’s Center celebrates Women's HERstory Month with a slate of programs and events open to the entire community.

Mar 1, 2022  |  Diversity Digest

‘Our Futures’ Program Connects Students with Local LGBTQ+ Community

“Our Futures” is a program hosted by the GLBT Center that brings together Triangle area LGBTQ+ adults and students.