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Reporting Domestic and Dating Violence at NC State
As October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it is important to remind the campus community that NC State strives to ensure that students, faculty, staff and visitors are safe and free from any form of dating violence, domestic violence or interpersonal violence.

Should you experience or witness any type of dating, domestic or interpersonal violence, you have the option to file a report with NC State University and/or the police (e.g, NC State Police or local municipality).

Filing a report helps to inform the university of concerning behavior or conduct impacting our community and permits outreach to those directly impacted to promote their safety and well-being. It also initiates discussion of supportive measures that may be available and enables us to provide information regarding further action and response.
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Institutional Equity and Diversity

Diversity Communications Survey Closes Oct. 31

We're in our final stretch of the diversity communications survey. Take it between now and Oct. 31, 2020 and enter to win a prize.

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Wolfpack Alumni

Latinx Alumni Network Gains Traction at NC State

The NC State Latinx Alumni Network connects alumni in an effort to help increase recruitment, retention and engagement of future students.

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African American Cultural Center

Introducing the African American Cultural Center Book Club

The AACC Book Club promotes Black literature and expose critical messages by examining books through different theoretical points of view.


African American Cultural Center

AACC Faculty Fellows Talks to Wrap Up with Jason Coupet

Join the AACC as we finish up our Faculty Fellows Q&A series with Jason Coupet, associate professor of public administration, on Oct. 28.

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Campus Community Centers

Campus Community Centers Continue Support Virtually

The campus community centers have continued to provide support for students and provide specific times for virtual one-on-one conversations.

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UNC System

Register for Racial Equity Town Halls from UNC System

The UNC System Racial Equity Task Force invites students, faculty and staff to participate in one of its virtual town halls this month.

GLBT Center Offers Zoom Backgrounds for GLBT History Month »
Viral * Blackness Spring Exhibit and Zine Now Accepting Submissions »
The Collective: A Space for Womxn of Color Community Connection »
Early Voting Happening at Talley Student Union through Oct. 31 (from NC State News) »
"Picture a Scientist" Virtual Film Screening, Oct. 17-20 »
"Picture a Scientist" – A STEMinist Experience on Oct. 20 »
Virtual Dinner with Democracy with the College of Education on Oct. 21 »
Deadline Extended: Colors of Healing Coloring Book Page Submissions »
TRIO Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program Application Now Open »
In the Name of Freedom (from NC State News) »
Teamwork, Trust Keep NC State Stocked (from NC State News) »
Going Abroad Again: Interview with QuiAnne’ Holmes (from Global Engagement) »
Global Engagement Awards Now Accepting Nominations (from Global Engagement) »
Faculty Women of Color in the Academy National Conference Virtual Women of Color Healing Hour on Oct. 21 »
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