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Safety for Undocumented Students
As the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues taking action against undocumented immigrants in cities around the country, some NC State students may fear for their safety and security. If you are impacted, it is important to understand your rights.

NC State Police, in partnership with students and campus organizations including the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity, has created an FAQ (frequently asked questions) to provide critical information for anyone who has questions about their rights if stopped by the either NC State or local police, whether through general interactions, traffic stops or being pulled over, and how NC State Police works with federal agencies such as DEA, ICE and DHS.
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Institutional Equity and Diversity

Kenan Fellows Visit OIED for One-Week Residency

Two Kenan Fellows visited the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity to do a deep dive into data analysis.

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Institutional Equity and Diversity

Setting the Example with Personal Gender Pronouns

OIED now includes personal gender pronouns in our staff directory as an example of inclusive best practices.

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Institutional Equity and Diversity

Year in Review: Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity

Ever wonder about all the programs and initiatives offered by the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity? Wonder no more.

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Diversity Outreach and Education

Traveling to Teach: In Service to Diversity and Inclusion Education

Beverly Jones Williams recently facilitated a workshop for the University of Alabama. Why are people interested in the NCBI model?

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Common Reading

Reading Trevor Noah through a Biracial Lens

A theme of Born a Crime that stands out is Noah’s unique perspective as a biracial person.

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Disability Resources

NC State Hosts AHEAD Virtual Conference

Mark Newmiller reports on the AHEAD conference on access for persons with disabilities in higher education.

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Part-Time Intensive English Instruction Open to Campus Community (from Global Engagement) »
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