Mental Health Tips and Resources During COVID-19
During these trying times, it is imperative to take care of both your physical and mental health.
Faculty Urged to Complete Cultural Competence Training by May
To date, over two hundred faculty members have registered for DiversityEdu but have not yet completed the module.
Faculty: Cultural Competence Training “Time Well Spent”
Read one faculty member's thoughts on NC State's Foundations of Cultural Competence training.
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.
Chancellor’s Creating Community Award Nominations Open
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity and the University Diversity Advisory Committee invite you to submit nominations for the 13th annual Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards.
Graduate Writing Director Aims to Center Underrepresented Voices
In just the few short months Shannon Madden has been at NC State, she has made it her mission to meet with faculty, organizations and students across campus to assess the need for support.
African American Cultural Center Library Supports New Research Emphasis
With a freshly transformed office suite, the African American Cultural Center has widened both its physical space and its scope. The addition of Assistant Director Sachelle Ford catalyzed the center’s new emphasis on scholarship with a focus that includes faculty, graduate and undergraduate research engagement.
Grants for Captioning Multimedia Now Available for Instructors
As NC State faculty integrate multimedia into their courses more and more, it is imperative that courses are captioned. Captioning refers to the process of adding text captions to media that uses audio. Faculty can now apply for a captioning grants.
Sachelle Ford Joins African American Cultural Center Staff
With a Ph.D. in English from Brown University, a B.A. in English from Emory University and over a decade of experience in research and curriculum development, assessment, teaching, program coordination and student development, Sachelle Ford has specialized her work around African American and African Diaspora cultures.
GLBT Center Lunch and Learn for Faculty
The GLBT Center is partnering with the Office of Faculty Development to offer a Lunch and Learn workshop on “Understanding and Supporting GLBT Students in the Classroom.” The workshop will provide faculty with a brief overview of the services offered by the GLBT Center and how the Center can serve as a resource for faculty.