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Creating Spaces and Places Where We Grow
Charla Blumell leads the LGBTQ Pride Center through a holistic health lens, ensuring wellness is a priority for all in the community space.
Creating Community: Spotlight on Maru Gonzalez
Inclusive Excellence and Strategic Practice (IESP), the educational outreach arm of the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) is proud to present “Creating Community” – a new monthly series that will shine a spotlight on the exceptional work happening […]
New Pack Essentials Hub ready to serve students, build community
NC State’s Pack Essentials program has been setting students up for success since 2017 by helping them meet their basic needs such as food, housing and more. For the first time…
The Hands That Feed Us
Alejandro Gutierrez-Li leads the Agricultural Labor Extension Program, a novel and unique effort to address labor issues in North Carolina and the Southeast.
Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun Collaborates with NC State’s Department of Statistics to Improve Equity through Grant-funded Project
NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Sunghwan Byun is working to make the teaching of college-level statistics more equitable through a new grant-funded project.
Incoming Marketing Analytics Student Boosts Analytics Skills to Tell Stories, Advance Equity
Incoming graduate student Olivia Rojas chose NC State’s MMA program to add more value to her creative background and to sharpen her analytics skills in order to leverage data for good.
Environmental Sciences Students Gain Diverse Career Insights
With recommendations from alumni and working professionals, the students recently learned how to successfully navigate the hiring process and other aspects of pursuing a career in the field of environmental sciences.
Women in Sport Leadership Summit Empowers Female Athletes and Students
The event serves as an important resource to develop, connect and advance female professionals who will be entering the sport industry.
Juneteenth: Celebrate with your Pack
Chancellor Woodson shares a message encouraging the Wolfpack to attend NC State’s Juneteenth campus celebration and reminds employees about an additional paid day of leave to use for a day of significance throughout the year. Click here to read more.
Urban Tree Planting is Booming, Just Not In Low-Income and Minority Neighborhoods
The distribution of trees remains inequitable in many American cities, with low-income and non-white neighborhoods typically having fewer trees.