A Love Letter, If You Will
Erin Elliot will graduate on Saturday with a master's degree in educational psychology. Read her reflections.
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.
The Mixtape Series: For Graduate Students of Color Navigating White Spaces
The Mixtape Series launched in spring 2018 for Black graduate students on campus. This year, Multicultural Student Affairs will host the series in an effort to provide intentional programs that include all graduate students of color.
Symposium Welcomes First-Year Students, Builds Community
On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 137 students checked in to the 2018 Symposium for Multicultural Scholars hosted by Multicultural Student Affairs. Symposium is held each fall, the week before classes start, and provides an opportunity for incoming first-year students from traditionally underserved backgrounds to connect with campus.
Grad Student Briana Green Wins First Prize for Research Poster
Briana Green, a master’s student in educational psychology, won first prize in the research poster competition at the American Psychological Association Division 45 Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research Conference.
Multicultural Graduate Student Orientation Set to Launch
This week, Multicultural Student Affairs will host its inaugural Multicultural Graduate Student Orientation (MGSO). The event serves to familiarize students from historically underserved groups with the resources and support infrastructure available to them across NC State’s campus. Orientation is part of a new initiative rolled out by MSA to provide intentional services and programming for multicultural graduate students.
Ebony Harlem Awards to Celebrate 25th Anniversary
The Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence is the annual celebration of Black excellence at NC State. The event began in 1993, making this year’s 25th anniversary the continuation of a legacy of student impact and collaboration.
Meet the AACC’s Graduate Interns
The Digest recently interviewed Erin Elliot and Chaniqua Simpson, graduate assistants in the African American Cultural Center. Learn more about them and their work.