Native American Heritage Month Events to Include Cultural Show
For Native Heritage Month 2021, the concepts of "Roots and Representation" are crucial pieces to acknowledge in the Indigenous experience.
NAHM 2019: Decolonizing and Reclaiming Indigenity
Native Americans and Alaska Natives make up only 2 percent of the total United States population today.
Native American Heritage Month 2018: Our Fire Still Burns
Join us as we kick off Native American Heritage month, Monday, November 5, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. in Talley Student Union with a special performance from Miskwa Waya, NC State's Native drum group, at 12:00 noon.
Join Us for Learning, Community and Fun
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites all students, staff and faculty to attend our fall signature events, beginning with the Campus Community Centers Open House on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 in Talley Student Union and Witherspoon Student Center. Get to know our centers as they welcome you back to campus and all year long.
Ryan Emanuel Bridges Science and Community
During his sabbatical last spring, Ryan Emanuel, associate professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, began working on an environmental history of the Lumbee community. It was the next step in a journey that had begun two years prior.
Native American Heritage Month to Celebrate Resilience
NC State will observe Native American Heritage Month during the month of November with events highlighting the theme of “resilience.” Multicultural Student Affairs invites those who wish to learn about Native American culture, or simply to enjoy, to attend the celebrations and workshops.
Join OIED for Fall Semester Signature Events
We invite faculty, students, staff and community members to join the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity for our fall signature events! Find out more about these events on our website, in this newsletter and by following us on Twitter.
Welcome to Native American Heritage Month! Embrace, Enjoy, and Celebrate!
Native American Heritage Month is dedicated to recognizing and honoring Indigenous cultures across the country.