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.
Examining the Role of the Communicator in DEI
Elizabeth Snively served in communications roles in OIED for over two decades.
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.
‘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.
Building Future Faculty Program to Return to Campus
The Building Future Faculty program will return to an in-person experience for over 20 participants this year.
New “DIY/DEI” Edition Highlights Black Collegiate Experience
NC State Libraries and OIED present the second edition of our “DIY/DEI” resource series.
Catalyst Program Launches Students with Disabilities into STEM Careers
Catalyst program for students with disabilities needs NC State students as teachers, faculty and professionals to teach and host.
Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote to Lead Campus Community Centers
Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote is OIED's new senior director of campus community centers, effective January 25, 2022.
Catch the Final Week of “Black Girl Maverick”
The AACC will feature the “Black Girl Maverick” exhibition for its final week in the second floor Art Gallery in Witherspoon Student Center.
Intercultural Development Inventory to Open Gold Tier
OIED invites teams to use IDI to improve their intercultural competence, now through the Gold tier emphasizing group experiences.