The Diversity Digest is the e-newsletter of the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity. The Digest is published weekly during the academic year and monthly during summer.
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As a parent of two teenagers who have both participated in youth sports, I’ve noticed some differences between some of the programs for girls and those for boys.read more
NC State hosted Al Vivian, president and CEO of BASIC Diversity, from October 9 through October 12, 2018 for two sessions of the acclaimed Race Awareness Seminar.read more
The first step toward ending any social issue is to raise the collective consciousness. Read the third article in a series about food and housing insecurity by Leah Block.read more
NC State’s 2017 Faculty Salary Equity Study study showed that as of fall 2017, median salaries for underrepresented minority, Asian and female faculty for most ranks in most colleges were estimated to be between 95% and 105% of their reference groups.read more
It’s my pleasure to make my first statement to you as your interim vice provost. Since starting this role in March 2018, I have been fully engaged in getting up to speed and working with campus leadership, partners and the amazing team in the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity.read more
Diversity Education Week 2018 has concluded with lasting and reaching impacts. This year, students participated in dozens of workshops, activities and speaker events to explore the focal themes of identity development, social positionality and policy and practice.read more
The Equal Opportunity and Equity unit of the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity will unveil two online training modules on Thursday, November 1, 2018.read more
The GLBT Center will observe Transgender Awareness Week from Tuesday, November 13 through Monday, November 19, 2018. The impetus for this week of events is Transgender Day of Remembrance, a global, annual observance for transgender individuals who were murdered over the past year.read more
Back by popular demand, the Women’s Center will offer its womanism teach-in once per semester, in November and again in March.read more