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Ebony Harlem Awards 2021
Join Us for the Ebony Harlem Awards on Stafford Lawn
The African American will celebrate its annual Ebony Harlem Awards on Stafford Lawn and via YouTube Premiere on the evening of Sunday, April 25, 2021.

The Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence is the annual celebration of Black excellence at NC State. The event began in 1993, making this year the 27th anniversary of recognizing the efforts and impact of the Black community on- and off-campus.

This year’s theme is “Bright Black.” Bright Black honors both the brilliance of past achievements from the community and challenges us to imagine a hopeful future.

This special program recognizes current NC State students, faculty and staff who reflect and represent, through their leadership, dedication and talents, the mission of the African American Cultural Center.
 
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Reporting Incidents

 
We Are Here to Help If You Need Us

We'd like to remind our readers how any member of the campus community can get help for different types of incidents.

 
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Equity in Sustainability

 
Climate Change Has Disproportionate Impacts

On April 22, the world will celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, highlighting the environment and environmental justice.

 
Building Future Faculty participants, 2018
 

Faculty Diversity

 
Building Bridges For Future Faculty through Virtual Engagement

This year, we offer prospective faculty a virtual experience with engagement, networking, mentorship and meaningful interactions.

 
Black Health Lab
 

Equity and Inclusion on Campus

 
Black Health Lab Works to Reduce Racial Health Disparities

Did you know there is a research entity called the Black Health Lab on campus? The Lab currently has research opportunities.

 
Denim Day
 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

 
What Is Denim Day, Where Did It Start?

Denim Day is on April 28. Wear jeans to protest all forms of sexual violence and support survivors.

 
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U.S. and World News

 
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Equitable?

Various factors have contributed to a gap in COVID-19 vaccine distribution worldwide.

 
 
 
NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
Campus Community Centers Now Hiring Students for Next Year »
 
Feed the Pack Food Pantry Seeking More Donations »
 
Register for the 5th Annual Gender and Equity Research Symposium on April 13 »
 
Multicultural Student Affairs Offers Yoga on April 13 »
 
Diversity in Education Virtual Teacher Recruitment Fair on April 14 »
 
Register to Participate in Lavender Graduation by April 15 »
 
Graduate School Diversity Enhancement Grant Program Deadline is April 15 »
 
COVID-19 Vaccination: Myth vs. Truth with Julie Casani and Dennis McLeod on April 16 »
 
International Festival Will Be a Virtual Social Media Takeover Event on April 16 »
 
WomenNC Application Deadline Extended to April 18 »
 
Sign up to Participate in Multicultural Graduation by April 23 »
 
26th Annual National Conference on Diversity, Race & Learning at Ohio State on May 3-4 »
 
National Conference for College Women Student Leaders on May 25-26 »
 
For Girls, Learning Science Outside Linked to Better Grades, Knowledge (from NC State News) »
 
Spring 2021 Accessibility Champions Announced (from IT Accessibility) »
 
A Message from the Japan Center Regarding Anti-Asian Violence (from GlobalEyes) »
 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Corps Seeks Recruits »
 
Call for Proposals: Gender Equity in STEM Workplaces for ARC Network's Virtual Visiting Scholars Program »
 
College of Engineering to Sponsor 30 Students for the Green Program this Summer »
 
 
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