Multicultural Student Affairs Hosts Symposium for New Students
Multicultural Student Affairs welcomed over 100 students to its annual three-day Symposium event.
Alum Tyler Allen Reflects on His Time with Multicultural Student Affairs
One of Tyler Allen’s first connections on campus was with Multicultural Student Affairs, where he held a work-study position for four years.
Diversity in STEM Symposium Highlights Current Best Practices
The second annual Diversity in STEM Symposium drew over 200 faculty, staff, students and external participants.
Symposium Welcomes First-Year Students, Builds Community
On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 137 students checked in to the 2018 Symposium for Multicultural Scholars hosted by Multicultural Student Affairs. Symposium is held each fall, the week before classes start, and provides an opportunity for incoming first-year students from traditionally underserved backgrounds to connect with campus.
Bria Hicks Shows How to Start Strong
Zebria Hicks, who goes by Bria, is a first-year student in the life sciences program who is also interested in zoology. She was born and raised in Greensboro, but her family has been in Charlotte for the past couple of years. Austin Butler interviewed Bria for the Digest.
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.
Symposium for Multicultural Scholars Unites Groups with Strong Results
Just a few days before classes started here at NC State for the 2015-2016 academic year, something unprecedented was occurring in Witherspoon Student Center, and that was the Symposium for Multicultural Scholars.
GLBT Center Hosts Second Annual Symposium for New Students
On Saturday, August 15, 2015, 86 students participated in the second annual GLBT Symposium. This half-day event is held each fall during move-in weekend as a way for incoming GLBT students to connect with each other, form community, learn about the services and resources offered by the GLBT Center and find out how they can get involved on campus.
Two Student Leadership Opportunities from MSA
The Department of Multicultural Student Affairs is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for Symposium Counselors and Peer Mentors! The deadline for both applications is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 6, 2015. Please apply ASAP!