Beverly Jones Williams to Retire
After 33 years on campus, Director of Outreach and Education Beverly Jones Williams will retire from NC State on August 31, 2020.
The ADA: From the Past to the Future
Even well-intended individuals have a bias in their perceptions. These will sometimes play out as microaggressions.
Graduate Students Help Advance Equity Work
John Pierre Craig and Miyah Wilson reflect on their graduate student experience working in the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity.
ACE Releases Status Report on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Ed
There is one very noteworthy aspect of the first-time report.
Why We Must Understand and Address Implicit Bias
Understanding your biases is important so you can be aware of how you treat and interact with others.
Traveling to Teach: In Service to Diversity and Inclusion Education
Beverly Jones Williams recently traveled to facilitate an NCBI workshop at the University of Alabama. Why are people still so interested in the NCBI diversity workshop model?
Unsettling Reality Check: People of Color in Film
At the recent annual National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education conference, a presentation priovided some revelations, even for a room full of diversity practitioners.
Beverly Jones Williams Nominated for Award for Excellence
Beverly Jones Williams, director of outreach and education in the Office for Institutional Equity, was recognized as a Provost's Unit nominee at the 2019 University Awards for Excellence.
Diversity Mini-Grants Provide Faculty and Staff Unique Opportunity
The Diversity Mini-Grant Program provides faculty and staff a unique opportunity to actualize diversity and justice-related visions in the NC State community. Apply now through October 12, 2018 to be part of the next cohort of grant recipients.
Equal Opportunity Institute Creates New Cohort of Change Agents
Equal Opportunity Institute graduates paused to reflect on their achievements and enjoy their accomplishments at EOI Graduation on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Hunt LIbrary’s Duke Energy Hall. The year-long certificate program celebrated its nineteenth year of bringing free diversity and equity workshops to the campus community with over 80 first-year and returning participants receiving recognitions.