Collegial Conversations Assist in Navigating Pandemic
Amid the pandemic, the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity continues to offer education and training to promote diversity and build cultural competency.
Sights and Sounds of Diversity Education Week
Diversity Education Week 2018 has concluded with lasting and reaching impacts. This year, students participated in dozens of workshops, activities and speaker events to explore the focal themes of identity development, social positionality and policy and practice.
This Year’s Diversity Education Week Themes Include Social Identity and Social Positionality
Diversity Education Week at NC State (DEW 2018) will feature five days of interactive workshops, activities and speaker events surrounding critical local and global social justice topics.
GLBT Advocate Program Offers New Workshops
A signature initiative of the GLBT Center, the GLBT Advocate Program returns for a fourth year with new workshop offerings and events for faculty, staff and students.
Sisterhood Dinner to Add Day of Activities to Evening Festivities
Held every year to celebrate the accomplishments of NC State women, the Sisterhood Dinner provides a night of fine dining, education and entertainment for hundreds of attendees. Enjoyed by NC State women and plenty of other guests, the night is highly anticipated each spring.
New NC State Resource: "Speaking and Writing About Diversity"
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) now provides a resource on its website for the campus community about communicating about diversity. Included are both NC State and general diversity terms and definitions, as well as "do's and don'ts" and "language to avoid."
GLBT Advocate Program Debuts New Workshops
One of the signature initiatives of the GLBT Center is the GLBT Advocate Program, which launched last year and had over 100 participants in its inaugural year.
Registration Open for Spring 2015 Project SAFE and Trans* 101 Workshops
The GLBT Center invites interested participants to register for the upcoming Project SAFE and Trans* 101 workshops. All workshops are free and open to faculty, staff, students and community members. Registration is required.
"You, Me, We… It’s Time to Talk: A Campus Discussion Series"
"You, Me, We... It's Time to Talk" is a campus discussion series occurring throughout the spring semester that serves to promote awareness, dialogue and understanding of diversity as it relates to recent events occurring in our nation.