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.
Multidisciplinary Equity Research Symposium Opens Call for Proposals
The inaugural Equity Research Symposium will bring together researchers from across NC State’s campus to share and catalyze new cutting-edge, equity-focused and equity-relevant research.
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.
Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Go Virtual
The annual Chancellor's Creating Community Awards honor outstanding faculty, staff, colleges, students and student organizations that have made exceptional efforts and contributions in the areas of equity, diversity and inclusion.
Have You Taken a Diversity Workshop this Semester?
Recommit to your diversity education by taking a diversity or equity workshop this semester.
Undergraduate Interns Reflect on their Experiences
Where can you learn about diversity, equity, inclusion, cultural competence, social justice and many other related topics while holding down a campus job? Why, the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity, of course.
What Does the Executive Order on Free Speech Mean?
What classifies as free speech at NC State? Does President Trump's Executive Order affect that?
Women at NC State: History and Status
In recent years, the numbers of women and men in the incoming first-year class have been nearly equal. Next fall could be the first time women outnumber men.
Social Justice January to Go “Beyond the Buzzwords”
The Campus Community Centers will collaboratively host Social Justice January to engage students, faculty and staff in contemporary, intersectional social justice education.
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.”