2014 Sisterhood Dinner
The Council on the Status of Women is pleased to open registration for the 2014 Sisterhood Dinner. The theme is Champions of Change: Past, Present, Future and our keynote speaker is Anita Brown-Graham, director of the Emerging Issues Institute and a White House Champions of Change honoree.
See the new Council on the Status of Women website to register for the Sisterhood Dinner and submit nominations for “Champions of Change” and the Equity Awards for Women.Read more
Building Future Faculty (BFF)
The NC State University Building Future Faculty (BFF) Program is a two day all-expenses paid workshop for doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars who are interested in pursuing academic careers, who are committed to promoting diversity in higher education, and who are one to two years away from beginning a job search.Read more
Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards Program
The Chancellor’s Creating Community Awards (formerly named the University Diversity Awards) is coordinated annually by the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity. It recognizes outstanding faculty, staff, colleges, students, and student organizations that have made exceptional efforts and contributions in the areas of equity, diversity, and inclusion.Read more
Spring Diversity Dialogue
2014 Annual Spring Diversity Dialogue…
Cultural competency among 21st century graduates has become imperative as the job market globalizes and the workforce continues to diversify. Religion in the American workplace is among the most contentious and difficult areas for employees and employers to navigate. A Gallup poll states that 90% of American adults say that religion is either very important or fairly important in their lives. At the same time, students that identify as non-religious, atheist or agnostic are growing significantly on college campuses. In today’s global society, understanding religion through inter-faith connections, dialogue and encounters can be key to shaping one’s ability to lead, manage or work well with others. This interactive program and dialogue will explore religions, exposure to different faiths and non-faiths and why this is an important competency to gain while in college.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 4:00PM, Talley Student Center (Mountains) Ballroom
All Students, Faculty and Staff are invited to attend. This event is free and open to the public.
If you are a person with a disability and require an accommodation, please contact Garry Morgan at 919.513.3842 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity