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NC State to Host Black Research Symposium
The African American Cultural Center, Africana Studies and our partners at NC State Libraries invite the campus and surrounding community to our first annual Black Research Symposium.

This year marks the 30th anniversary celebration of the African American Cultural Center, and of Black communities, creating a home at NC State in a dedicated physical space. In honor of this legacy, we center the theme “Creating Home: Afro-Diasporic Worldbuilding and a Sustainable Futurity.”

The Black Research Symposium will feature cutting-edge research, creative works, community-based projects and industry initiatives from the NC State campus and surrounding community. The symposium is a three-day event that will take place April 8–10, 2022, with both virtual and face-to-face offerings.
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Inclusive Excellence

Intercultural Development Inventory to Open Gold Tier

OIED invites teams to use IDI to improve their intercultural competence, now through the Gold tier emphasizing group experiences.

Artworks by Avery Bolden

African American Cultural Center

Catch the Final Week of “Black Girl Maverick”

The AACC will feature the “Black Girl Maverick” exhibition for its final week in the second floor Art Gallery in Witherspoon Student Center.

Young woman using a laptop

Equal Opportunity and Equity

New Online ADA Training Module for Employees

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity announces a new online ADA training module for employees.

Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote Speaks at Sisterhood Dinner 2020

Campus Community Centers

Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote to Lead Community Centers

Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote is OIED's new senior director of campus community centers, effective January 25, 2022.


Inclusive Excellence

New Edition of DIY/DEI: The Black Collegiate Experience

NC State Libraries and OIED present the second edition of our “DIY/DEI” resource series with books, articles, podcasts and videos.

Catalyst students in the Plant and Microbial Biology lab at NC State

The Inclusion Pipeline

Catalyst Program Launches Students with Disabilities into STEM Careers

Catalyst program for students with disabilities needs NC State students as teachers, faculty and professionals to teach and host.

Join us for Black History Month Events »
"Blacks in Wax" on Feb. 11 in the AACC Art Gallery in Witherspoon Student Center »
Oaks Leadership Scholars Accepting Applications Until Feb. 14 »
ADA Audio Conference Webinar titled “The Intersection of Race and Disability" on Feb. 15 »
Webinar: Keep it Simple: A Minimalist's Guide to Talking About Race on Feb. 23 »
Sign Up for Feminist Fridays »
Social Innovation Fellows Now Accepting Applications and Nominations »
‘We Share a Kinship’: Black Alumni Society Fosters Connection, Community (from NC State News) »
The Future of History: How New Tools Tap Into Diverse Perspectives on the Past (from NC State News) »
NC State Global Launches 2021-22 Global Engagement Institute (from Global Engagement) »
Tracking Injustice in the History of U.S. Public Parks (from NC State News) »
The Tournament, A New ESPN Series, is Co-Produced by Dereck Whittenburg (from NC State News) »
Chapman University Seeks BIPOC and First-Gen M.S. Fellows »
Rising Stars Symposium: Broadening Participation in the Biomedical Sciences on Apr. 27-29 »
Volunteers Needed as Site Leaders for Service Raleigh 2022 »
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