Diversity News from NC State University

Diversity Digest

2019 MLK speaker Symone Sanders
Symone Sanders to Headline Week of MLK Commemoration Events
Join us as we welcome strategist, communicator and commentator Symone Sanders as this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus Commemoration speaker on January 17, 2019. Sanders will highlight King’s ability to push boundaries to achieve what others had not done before as she speaks on "MLK, Jr.: The Realist."

The “I Am A Man” exhibit’s award-winning virtual reality experience returns to the African American Cultural Center’s Art Gallery with an opening event on January 16, 2019. Visit the exhibit through February 4, 2019.

On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, join Professor of English Jason Miller as he speaks on the legacy of a recently unearthed 1962 MLK speech.
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Student Achievements

NC State Students Named WomenNC Scholars

After a competitive application process, two NC State juniors have been named WomenNC Scholars.

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Vice Provost's Message

Inclusion Resolutions for 2019

Interim Vice Provost Sheri Schwab looks toward inclusion goals for everyone in the Wolfpack community.

Gender and Equity Research Symposium poster presenter

Gender and Equity

Gender and Equity Research Symposium Seeks Proposals

The 2019 Gender and Equity Research Symposium will examine "Practicing The Equity We Preach."

Social Justice January 2019: Beyond the Buzzwords

Campus Community Centers

Social Justice January to Go “Beyond the Buzzwords"

Four sessions will dive into the buzzwords of diversity, privilege, intersectionality and oppression.

Feminist Friday stickers in the Women's Center

Women's Center

Feminist Fridays Led by Student Scholars

Learn through the connection of feminist and critical theories relating to current events and popular topics.

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Graduate Student Voices

Graduate Student Rights: A Cause for Concern

Unfair and unethical treatment of graduate students must not be a standard and tradition of academia.

TODAY: Who is Checking for Black Girls? A Discussion About Surviving R. Kelly »
TODAY: Title IX Comment-Writing Party in the Women's Center »
Annual NC State Sisterhood Dinner Now Registering »
Recognizing and Responding to Microaggressions Workshop on Jan. 14 »
Students, Apply to Be Fall Symposium Counselors through Jan. 15 »
Regional Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Workshop on Jan. 17 »
Queer Youth Leadership Summit Registration Deadline: Jan. 18 »
Campus Invited to Submit Programs for Black History Month by Jan. 23 »
Trans 101 Workshop on Jan. 24 »
Volunteer, Internship, and Practicum (VIP) Program Meetup on Jan. 24 »
Graduating Seniors Can Apply for the Mathews Medal by Jan. 25 »
Rural Works! Paid Summer Internships Available to All Majors »
Raleigh Chief of Police to Speak on “The Importance of Inclusion and Diversity in Law Enforcement” on Feb. 7 »
Global Film Series Returns for Spring Semester (from Global Engagement) »
Video Project Spotlights NC State "Firsts" (from NC State News) »
Study Highlights Challenges Facing Black Computing Faculty (from NC State News) »
We Are the Wolfpack: Meet Sachelle Ford (from NC State News) »
NC State LIVE Offers Mini-Grant Program »
First-Generation Students Can Attend AL1GN Conference Free »
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