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Unique MLK Celebration Planned for Spring Semester
A fifteen-year epic struggle resulted in the remembrance and immortalization of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who is commemorated with an annual federal holiday that takes place on the third Monday of January.

Honoring the legacy of Dr. King, MLK Day has taken on many forms of observance. Particularly at NC State, we have invited nationally recognized guest speakers to pass on the tradition of inspirational rhetoric and many notable others who are creating their own legacy in their own right.

This year, however, after spending nearly a year navigating a global pandemic and an even greater need to understand what one can do in the fight for racial justice, we recognize our community needs something more. It needs consistency, longevity, and restored hope for reconciliation and transformation.
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NC State History

The History of MLK at NC State

NC State has a rich history with Martin Luther King Jr. Day and with MLK himself.

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Vice Provost's Message

New Efforts, New Hopes After a Challenging Year

The past year was challenging for all of us; we continue to persevere and are continuing to work hard.

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Inclusion on Campus

Calendar Now Includes ADA Information

NC State has added another way for the Wolfpack to create a more inclusive environment in one easy step.

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African American Cultural Center

African American Cultural Center Team Grows

The NC State African American Cultural Center (AACC) welcomes two new team members.

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Women's Center

Gender and Equity Research Symposium Calls for Proposals

The Women’s Center and partners will host the fifth annual Gender and Equity Research Symposium in April via Zoom.

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Equal Opportunity and Equity

Inclusive Hiring Practices: Updated Training Now Available

NC State employees and students now can take the newly-updated Search Committee Training.

Register to Attend the Sisterhood Celebration on Feb. 22 via YouTube Premiere »
African American Cultural Center Seeks Library Coordinator »
Submit Stories for the Viral* Blackness Zine by Jan. 23 »
Register for the Spring 2021 Leadership Development Program Certificate by Jan. 26 »
L’Oréal Women in Science Fellowship Applications Due on Jan. 29 »
Apply for Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) Paid Internship Opportunities by Feb. 7 »
Office of Faculty Development’s Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium on Feb. 26 with Saundra Yancy McGuire: "Increase Faculty Success by Increasing Student Resilience: Metacognition is the Key!" »
Virtual 9th Annual Faculty Women of Color in the National Academy on Apr. 9-10 »
NIEHS Scholars Connect Program (NSCP) Seeks Underrepresented Students in STEM »
Office of Faculty Development Offers Inclusive Teaching Certification »
Summit Frames Dialogue on Race, Equity (from NC State News) »
College of Engineering Enhances its Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (from College of Engineering) »
Study Finds Risk Factors Linked to COVID-19 Mental Health Impacts for College Students (from NC State News) »
Non-Immigrant Kids Respond Differently When Immigrant Children Are Bullied (from NC State News) »
Motherhood Does Not Drive Support For Gun Control (from NC State News) »
Kory M. Saunders Recipient of NASFA Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in International Education (from Global Engagement) »
Going Abroad Again: Interview with Nicole Robelo (from Study Abroad Office) »
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