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- Global Training Initiative: The Global Training Initiative at NC State develops customized short-term education and training opportunities for students and professionals from across the globe by harnessing the resources available at the university. More than 6,500 participants have completed GTI programs in the last decade. GTI is part of NC State’s Office of Global Engagement.
- Institute for Emerging Issues, Civic Conversations: North Carolinians are feeling more disconnected than ever and they want to do something about it. We’re inviting people from different backgrounds and perspectives to spend time together in real and rich conversation in which all listen first to understand. Such conversations across difference are all too rare amidst the rising rancor and deepening division plaguing society. But we seek to make them the norm in North Carolina. The conversations may be casual, one-on-one or in groups; we ask that you talk about a topic that is concerning you or your community. The goal is to reconnect in good faith with fellow North Carolinians, learn from each other, build relationships and identify opportunities to bridge divides in our state.
- OIED workshops: We provide training to create and maintain a campus community that is inclusive and welcoming for all.
- African American Cultural Center: The African American Cultural Center promotes awareness of and appreciation for African American and other African descent experiences through activities and events that enhance academic excellence and strengthen cultural competence for the campus and surrounding communities. The African American Cultural Center stays actively engaged in the academic life of NC State with programs, resources and services that facilitate the cultural, intellectual and social growth of the entire university community. In support of its mission, the Cultural Center maintains a Library and an Art Gallery.
- GLBT Center: The mission of the NC State GLBT Center is to engage, develop and empower members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities and their allies. To fulfill that mission, we help students connect to form social support networks; offer identity-based and health-related information and resources; consult with students individually and collectively on issues related to personal identity and academic success; refer students to a wide variety of resources on campus and in the local community; provide professional and leadership development opportunities; and host educational events and programs
- Multicultural Student Affairs: Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) researches, designs and implements unique programs that promote the pursuit of academic success, retention and graduation of students, with an emphasis on African American, Native American and Latinx students. Many of the programs and services expand students’ cultural horizon while honoring their respective cultural experiences. Multicultural Student Affairs works in conjunction with a number of university departments and colleges to conduct programs related to recruitment, orientation, retention and graduation in addition to academic, personal, professional and cultural development, which foster skills and strategies for being successful at NC State.
- Women’s Center: We build and create a community of authentic and engaged allies and leaders to pursue gender equity and social justice, enhancing the campus climate through education, advocacy, support and leadership development. The Women’s Center also oversees The Movement Peer Educators, a group of trained interpersonal violence prevention peer educators that provides workshops, resources and student leadership opportunities.
- Diversity committees: Committees at NC State promote campus diversity by providing a forum for students, faculty, staff and other stakeholders to anticipate and respond to the challenges of campus and community life. Whether solving problems, offering solutions, developing recommendations or formulating policies and procedures, diversity committees throughout campus are often the first place to take issues or concerns concerning diversity.