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Sisterhood Celebration 2021
Join Us for the Virtual Sisterhood Celebration
The annual Sisterhood Dinner has been a well-known tradition on campus for over thirty years. The 2019 dinner brought together nearly 600 members of the campus community to celebrate the achievements of women at NC State. In past years, the event has been near and dear to many on campus, beginning with an evening reception an silent auction to benefit the Women’s Center, a full dinner and culminating with a keynote speaker, performances and the presenting of the annual Equity for Women Awards.

Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we will not hold the dinner as usual. However, we invite you to join us online for the Sisterhood Celebration, which will celebrate virtually with a theme that has resonated with us this year.
 
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Women's Herstory Month 2021
 

Women's Center

 
Women’s Herstory Month: The Revolution Within Us

In March the Women’s Center will explore our past, present and future as we begin to think about ourselves as sites for revolution during Women's Herstory Month.

 
Chancellor Randy Woodson with students at Respect the Pack event
 

University Leadership

 
Chancellor’s Leadership Team Most Diverse to Date

Of the fourteen people in the Chancellor’s Cabinet, five are women and four are people of color. As of this year, the Cabinet is the most diverse it has ever been.

 
A dandelion silhouetted against a dark sky
 

Campus Community Centers

 
Viral* as in: Fearless, Unapologetic, Transformative

Join the Women’s Center and the African American Cultural Center for the opening of the Viral* Blackness Exhibit and Zine opening.

 
Title IX at NC State
 

Equal Opportunity and Equity

 
Training Rollout for Responsible Employees and Designated Officials

Training has been rolled out for Designated Officials and Responsible Employees who help NC State fulfill the new Title IX regulations.

 
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
 

Women's Center

 
It’s More than Just Stigma: Systemic Barriers to Eating Disorder Treatment

It is estimated that the prevalence of eating disorders, especially among those with marginalized identities, is widely underreported.

 
Graduate students at spring 2019 commencement
 

Inclusive Excellence

 
OIED Welcomes New Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Engagement

Melvin “Jai” Jackson joins the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity as its new assistant vice provost for faculty engagement.

 
 
 
NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Celebrating Black Alumni »
 
Beyond the Gender Binary Virtual Talk with Alok Menon on Feb. 5 »
 
NC State’s University Speakers and Lectures Committee Presents Rich Harwood on Feb. 18 »
 
Register to Attend the Sisterhood Celebration on Feb. 22 via YouTube Premiere »
 
Race and Place Seminar Series to Explore Role of Racial Justice in Geospatial Analytics on Feb. 22 »
 
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!" »
 
Submit Your Nomination for the Chancellor's Creating Community Awards by March 1 »
 
Black Communities Conference 2021 on March 15-24 »
 
College of Education's Don C. Locke Multiculturalism and Social Justice Symposium on March 24 »
 
Virtual 9th Annual Faculty Women of Color in the National Academy on Apr. 9-10 »
 
Graduate School Diversity Enhancement Grant Program Deadline is Apr 15 »
 
NC State Student Media At-Large Student Positions Open for the 2021-2022 Academic Year »
 
Emanating Leadership: Gregory Washington (from NC State News) »
 
 
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