Diversity at NC State
Serving Students, Staff and Faculty
Understand our nation and world’s diverse cultures. Gain intercultural persepectives through lectures, workshops, panel and group discussions, information sessions, film, food, music, dance and more.
Diversity Education Week is a joint initiative of the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity and the UAB Diversity Activities Board.
Diversity Education Week advances learning and scholarship, builds understanding and respect among different peoples, and enhances constructive leadership in the global community.
See see the D.E.W. website for the full schedule of events!
Dr. Shakti Butler, filmmaker, founder and president of World Trust Education Service, has faciliated hundreds of people engaged in talking about the system of racial inequity prompted by the stories in the film “Cracking the Codes: the System of Racial Inequity.” People leave asking new questions and are inspired to engage in change. Participate in this experience on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the Coastal Ballroom in Talley Student Union. The Fall Diversity Dialogue is a main event of NC State’s Diversity Education Week, October 18-25, 2014. Watch for a full listing of events in next week’s Digest, or see the D.E.W. website. See the event flyer.
Dr. Derald Wing Sue, Professor of Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, will be visiting NC State on Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 from 10:30-11:45 a.m., Hunt Library Auditorium. Dr. Sue is renowned for his presentations on microaggressions. We encourage you to personally attend and to promote this event to administrators, faculty, staff and students in your unit. Please register online and see the website. See the event flyer.