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Diversity Training Demonstrates NC State’s Commitment to Climate
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity has now launched all of its diversity training modules for students, faculty and staff. All members of the campus community can now access their diversity training modules in the REPORTER System, NC State’s training management platform.

In a memo from June 4, 2020, Chancellor Randy Woodson and his Cabinet pledged to require every student,, faculty and staff member to complete diversity and inclusion learning modules as a step toward ensuring that our campus community achieves a uniformly high level of knowledge about how to create and maintain an inclusive climate. While we know that training does not guarantee that our community will be perfect, as no community is, research has shown that training improves knowledge overall and helps communities move toward making acceptance and inclusion its norms. At NC State, we aim to embody our commitment to this goal by dedicating time for every community member to take this training every three years.
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Black History Month 2021: Rest is Our Liberation

Black History Month

Rest Is Our Liberation: There is Rest for the Weary

African American Cultural Center Director angela gay-audre reflects on Black History Month.

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African American Cultural Center

Little Fires Everywhere: Watch with the AACC

The African American Cultural Center invites you to watch Little Fires Everywhere on Feb. 4, 2021.

Our Futures speakers for spring 2021

GLBT Center

Our Futures: Virtual Talk Series from the GLBT Center

The GLBT Center provides an opportunity for local LGBTQ community leaders to engage in intimate and ongoing conversations with students.

Stalking Awareness Month 2021

Women's Center

Stalking Awareness Takes Focus in the Women’s Center

College students are especially vulnerable to stalking. The Women's Center raises awareness about the problem.

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Federal Firsts

President’s Cabinet Set to Be Most Diverse in History

Several of President Biden’s Cabinet picks will make history as the first woman, person of color or member of the LGBTQ community to serve in their positions.

Chancellor's Creating Community Awards 2019

Inclusive Excellence

Nominations Open for Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards

Nominate an outstanding individual or group for the 2021 Chancellors' Creating Community Awards.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Celebrating Black Alumni »
Beyond the Gender Binary Virtual Talk with Alok Menon on Feb. 5 »
Developing Cultural Competence Student Certificate Program Open »
Apply for Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP) Paid Internship Opportunities by Feb. 7 »
NIEHS Scholars Connect Program (NSCP) Seeks Underrepresented Students in STEM by Feb. 10 »
Gender and Equity Symposium Proposals Due on Feb. 15 »
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!" »
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 »
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