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EdIT Director Mark Williams Helps Organize NC State’s Inaugural Juneteenth Event With Re-established African American Faculty and Staff Organization
Educational IT Director Mark Williams discusses how he helped to re-establish NC State’s African American Faculty and Staff Organization during the pandemic and the organization’s role in hosting the university’s inaugural Juneteenth event.
New Collaborative Community Projects Support Youth Education, Tribal Knowledge, Air and Water Quality, and More
Four new projects in North Carolina are launching this year as part of the Community Collaborative Research Grant Program. Projects will support youth education, tribal knowledge, air and water quality, and an exploration of plastic contaminants in headwaters. North Carolina Sea Grant and N.C. Water Resources Research Institute administer the program in partnership with the William R. Kenan Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science.
Register for the Inclusive Excellence Summer Intensive
The Inclusive Excellence Summer Intensive session will be July 28 and will cover foundational diversity, equity and inclusion topics.
Volunteers Who Help Gather Data for Science Are Committed, But Not Diverse
Findings from a new study could help researchers design and structure future citizen science projects.
Chancellor Woodson on Observing Juneteenth
NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson shares a message with the campus community on observing Juneteenth and commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Read the full message here.
STEPS Center Tackles Full Scope of Phosphorus Sustainability
Headquartered at NC State, the Science and Technologies for Phosphorus Sustainability Center is discovering and developing ways to recycle phosphorus, make our food system more efficient, and protect the environment from waste.
Researchers Examine How Environmental Contaminants Affect Diverse Populations
Cathrine Hoyo is leading a wide-ranging study to learn how environmental contaminants affect liver health in diverse populations.
Olivia Vilá is Creating Equitable, Resilient Communities
As a Knauss Fellow, Vilá is working to incorporate environmental justice in federal community resilience projects.
Graduation to Vocation: Asija Rice is Preserving Heirs’ Property
Upon graduation, Rice will work as a forester at The Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Research Through an Equitable Lens
Recognizing the importance of a fair and just society, researchers at NC State prioritize equity in their diverse fields.