Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Honor Six Recipients
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity announced six recipients of this year’s Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards on April 23, 2019 in the Ballroom of Talley Student Union.
Meet Tonya Hines of the African American Cultural Center
Tonya Hines has served as the administrative assistant in the African American Cultural Center since September 26, 2018.
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.
African American Cultural Center Unveiling at Open House
From 2:00-4:00 p.m. on August 21, 2018, the African American Cultural Center will officially open its newly renovated space. The office completed its transformation to an open plan with new furnishings, paint and carpeting and the addition of a new spacious, digitally-equipped meeting room just in time for the new academic year.
African American Cultural Center Welcomes Ronschall Love
Ronschall Love is the new program assistant in the African American Cultural Center. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Love attended Elohim Bible College, St. Louis, Missouri, where she studied theology and earned a master's of arts in Christian counseling. Before coming to NC State, Love worked for the federal government as a program coordinator for the Department of the Army in the Mission Support Office based in Kansas City, Missouri.