May 1, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

NC State Pioneer Rhonda Sutton: Serving, Advocating, Leading

Rhonda Sutton was an early leader of the Women’s Center who contributed to the center’s current strengths in advocacy, programming and support for survivors.

Oct 11, 2018

Artivism: Advocacy and Activism Through Art Gallery Opening

On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 the GLBT Center and the African American Cultural Center will host an opening reception for the exhibit “Artivism: Advocacy and Activism Through Art” from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the African American Cultural Center Gallery.

Sep 12, 2018

Women’s Center Welcomes New Rape Prevention Education Coordinator

Carlyn Wright-Eakes has joined the Wolfpack community as NC State’s rape prevention education coordinator, an integral member of the Women’s Center team.

Aug 31, 2018

GLBT Advocate Program Offers New Workshops

A signature initiative of the GLBT Center, the GLBT Advocate Program returns for a fourth year with new workshop offerings and events for faculty, staff and students.

Mar 1, 2018

Women’s Center Welcomes New Associate Director for IPV

Janine Kossen joins NC State as associate director of the Women's Center, focusing on interpersonal violence (IPV) services. In her role, Kossen will oversee and supervise IPV prevention efforts, programming and outreach, student leadership development, partnership and collaboration and direct advocacy services for students.

Jan 4, 2018

GLBT Advocate Program’s Lunch & Learn Series Gears Up for Spring Semester

Fall 2017 saw the launch of the GLBT Advocate Program's Lunch & Learn Series. Hosted monthly, this series of workshops provided faculty and staff with opportunities to engage in conversation and further develop their skills around implementing intersectional social justice strategies in the classroom. This semester’s Lunch & Learn topics will explore ways to utilize privilege to dismantle oppressive systems and advocate for marginalized communities, strategies to foreground intersectionality into work with students and how to engage in service opportunities without evoking the “White savior complex.”