Intern Jenna Nabors Reflects on Her Time in OIED
Jenna Nabors will head to Arizona State University next fall to earn a master's degree in mass communication.
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Equitable?
Various factors have contributed to a gap in COVID-19 vaccine distribution worldwide.
Climate Change Disproportionately Impacts Some Communities
On April 22, the world will recognize and celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day. This day calls attention to environmental concerns and also issues of environmental justice.
Chancellor’s Leadership Team is the Most Diverse to Date
Of the fourteen people in the Chancellor’s Cabinet, five are women and four are people of color. As of this academic year, the Cabinet is the most diverse it has ever been.
The History of MLK at NC State
NC State has a rich history with Martin Luther King Jr. Day and with MLK himself.
Latinx Alumni Network Gains Traction at NC State
The NC State Latinx Alumni Network connects Latinx alumni in an effort to help increase recruitment, retention and engagement of future students.
Racial Equity Summit: Tiffany Dangleben
NC State’s Racial Equity Summit will take place on Oct. 15. Read on to learn more about one of its Guiding Coalition members.
Latinx Heritage Month 2020: Sin Limite
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites the campus community to participate in NC State’s 2020 Latinx Heritage Month Celebration.
Save the Soul of America: Interview with Rupert Nacoste
Diversity Digest sat down with psychology professor Rupert Nacoste to discuss his new book, To Live Woke: Thoughts to Save the Soul of America.
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.