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May 10, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

Diversity Digest to Change Format, Schedule

We've listened to your feedback asking for more practical tips and information and will make some changes next year.

Oct 29, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Police Brutality in Nigeria Receives Global Attention

The #EndSARS movement began as a nationwide movement in Nigeria in 2017 to stop police brutality. 

Oct 14, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Diversity Communications Survey Open Through Oct. 31

We're in our final stretch of the diversity communications survey. Take it between now and Oct. 31, 2020.

Oct 2, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Take a Survey, Enter to Win

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity's diversity communications survey is open through Oct. 31, 2020. Have you taken it yet?

Sep 19, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Take Our Diversity Communications Survey

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity invites you to complete our diversity communications survey between now and Oct. 31, 2020.

Sep 19, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

OIED Launches on LinkedIn

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity has added LinkedIn as another avenue for providing information to the community.

Jan 24, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Creating Accessible Online Content is Critical

Clicking a button or searching for an answer isn’t that easy for everyone if online content isn’t accessible.

Aug 16, 2019

OIED Launches on Facebook

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity has established a page on Facebook and invites you to join us.

Jan 18, 2018

Up Close with MLK Speaker Benjamin Jealous

Prior to his Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration address to the campus on the afternoon of January 16, 2018 in NC State's Stewart Theatre, civil rights leader and former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous shared some of his thoughts on various topics on the minds of some of NC State's diversity practitioners.

Jan 11, 2018

January is Stalking Awareness Month

January is Stalking Awareness Month. Stalking involves any kind of repeated unwanted contact that causes a reasonable person fear. While stalking is one of the least publicly discussed forms of interpersonal violence, it disproportionately affects college students.