Why Are There Fewer Women than Men in STEM?
As we bring in more women students, we must also create an environment in which they can succeed.
Women at NC State: History and Status
In recent years, the numbers of women and men in the incoming first-year class have been nearly equal. Next fall could be the first time women outnumber men.
Faculty Salary Equity Study Shows Continued Improvement, Isolated Gaps
NC State's 2017 Faculty Salary Equity Study study showed that as of fall 2017, median salaries for underrepresented minority, Asian and female faculty for most ranks in most colleges were estimated to be between 95% and 105% of their reference groups.
#MeToo or #MeWho? Visibility and Representation in the #MeToo Movement
While the #MeToo hashtag exploded on the scene in October 2017 in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it was not until several days and weeks later that the true origin story of #MeToo reached the same audience.
Decolonizing Feminism through Native Feminist Theory
The GLBT Center, in collaboration with the Women's Center, will host Chris Finley, associate professor of American studies and ethnicity at the University of Southern California on Thursday, March 15, 2018 for a guest lecture and a workshop.
BRIDGES 2015 Program Now Recruiting Women
Recruitment efforts are underway for the BRIDGES Class of 2015. BRIDGES provides an opportunity for women faculty and senior administrative staff to understand and prepare for leadership roles in the academy.