Pow Wow

Nov 30, 2017

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.

Oct 26, 2017

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.

Apr 13, 2017

Native American Banquet and Pow Wow Highlights

NC State’s Native American community held its end-of-year Banquet and Powwow on March 31 and April 1, 2017 respectively. Both events were hosted by the Native American Student Association (NASA) and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) in conjunction with Multicultural Student Affairs.

Sep 16, 2016

Olivia Bullard, Multicultural Student Affairs

Olivia Bullard, a graduate student at NC State working in Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA), received her undergraduate degree in biology with a biomedical concentration from UNC Pembroke.

May 5, 2016

The Native Space Housing Initiative: “Find Your Space, Find Your Family”

Multicultural Student Affairs and University Housing are proud to present Native Space, a new housing initiative marketed toward Native American first-year students. Native Space was designed out of an observed need to provide a more communal experience for incoming Native students through a supportive and culturally engaged campus environment.

Apr 7, 2016

Chancellor Woodson Attends Pow Wow

On April 2, 2016, Native American Student Affairs (NASA) and American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) in conjunction with Multicultural Student Affairs hosted NC State's 26th Annual Pow Wow in Carmichael Gymnasium. The gym was filled with people of different tribes and nations who sang, danced, drummed and reflected on the history of the Indigenous people of North Carolina and acknowledged their present status. The event started at 12:00 p.m. and lasted until 7:00 p.m.