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Study Abroad Office staff members
Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Honor Six Recipients, Many Nominees
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity announced six recipients of this year’s Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards on April 23, 2019 in the Ballroom of Talley Student Union.

The awards presentation took place at the first annual combined Recognizing Excellence in Diversity Event, which also included the Equal Opportunity Institute Graduation.
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AGEP-NC participants

Inclusion in the Colleges

Grant Project Aims to Reduce Gaps in STEM Doctoral Pipeline

NC State is part of a $2.2M grant from NSF's Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate.

Equal Opportunity Institute 2019 Special Recognition Graduates

Institutional Equity and Diversity

Recognizing Excellence in Diversity Event Brings Community Together

The Equal Opportunity Institute recognized its 2019 graduates on April 23 at an awards breakfast.

Speaker Keilah Davis with Lynn Locklear-Fisher and Andy DeRoin

GLBT Center

Lavender Graduation Awards and Highlights

The GLBT Center’s annual Lavender Graduation triumphantly celebrated many journeys.

Mortarboard and certificate

Institutional Equity and Diversity

Undergraduate Interns Reflect on Experiences

Where can you learn about diversity, equity and inclusion while holding down a campus job?

Ebony Harlem Awards 2019

African American Cultural Center

Ebony Harlem Awards

The African American Cultural Center hosted its annual Ebony Harlem Awards on Sunday, April 28, 2019.

Erin Elliot at the Belltower

Graduate Student Voices

A Love Letter, If You Will

Erin Elliot will graduate on Saturday with a master’s degree in educational psychology. Read her reflections.

‘Pause with the Pack’ Honors Communities Impacted by Violence (from Technician) »
OIT's Web Accessibility Champions Announced (from OIT Accessibility) »
GTI Offers Developing Cultural Competence Student Certificate Program as a Full-Day Workshop May 13 »
Registration Now Open for STRIVE (Student Transition Resource Initiative for Veteran's Education) Conference on June 6 »
Opening Doors Three-Day Diversity Awareness Retreat Now Registering for October 9-11 »
Sign Up for These Classes to Chat With Margaret Atwood (from Humanities and Social Sciences News) »
Born a Crime by Trevor Noah Selected as 2019 Common Reading (from New Student Programs) »
Incoming First-Year Students Invited to Apply for Diversity Scholarships for the 2019 Colorado GeoJourney, NC State's Only Immersive Summer Geosciences Field Course »
Courageous Conversations About Whiteness in Study Abroad (from the Office of Global Engagement) »
2019 Global Engagement Exposition Honors Commitment to International Education (from the Office of Global Engagement) »
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