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Envisioning a More Equitable Food System
Doctoral candidate Christopher Gillespie is dedicated to finding solutions that create stronger, more racially equitable food systems.
Being Black and Well
Throughout Black History Month, the NC State community is looking inward and connecting outward as we explore Black wellness through the intersections of healing, spirituality and self-expression. Find out how you can get involved.
Make-A-Thon 2024: Innovation for Good
Discover the winning solutions to Make-A-Thon 2024, NC State's annual sustainability innovation competition.
‘They Are Not Alone.’
Native American network helps alumni and students connect through community.
Researcher Spotlight – Julianna Duran-Jolley
Learn more about the environmental justice research by Global Change Research Fellow, Julianna Duran-Jolley.
Top 10 Campus Sustainability Moments of 2023
Explore University Sustainability Office’s top ten favorite moments that advanced campus sustainability in 2023.
Student advocacy and the expansion of institutional resources underpin the university’s disability services, which help to ensure every student can access the NC State experience.
NC State Wins Third Annual Pantry Bowl
NC State came out on top in the Pantry Bowl for the second straight year. The Pack racked up 1,634 gifts and a monetary total of $125,162.15.
New Just Communities Lab Advocates for Environmental Justice
Kofi Boone, a professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, has formed a new lab at NC State that uses design and planning as a tool to address environmental justice concerns.
Further Cultivating Our Culture of Care and Wellness
Vice Chancellor and Dean Doneka R. Scott shares resources and an update on the work completed by the university’s various implementation teams.