Affirmative Action in Employment
Americans with Disabilities Act
Applied Skills in Equal Opportunity
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Equal Opportunity
Class Inequality and the Quest for Equal Opportunity
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Fair Housing: Your Rights
Finding Common Ground: From Conflict to Coalition Building
NCBI’s award-winning Controversial Issues Process trains leaders to deal constructively with tough conflicts, enabling them to move disputing parties toward future cooperation. Participants learn to reframe controversial issues into a context where all parties are able to work toward a common solution. The skills taught in this workshop can be used by anyone in any conflict situation from simple misunderstanding to heated debate. This workshop was formerly NCBI Building Bridges: Leading Diverse Groups Through Conflict. To register, please visit REPORTER.
Foundation of Global Success: Working Effectively Across Cultures
Fundamentals of Equal Opportunity
Green Zone Training
Green Zone Training will provide participants with the following:
- an understanding of the military experience and emotional cycle of deployment;
- an understanding of the potential issues facing undergraduate and graduate student veterans as they transition from the military to our campus;
- an awareness of the resources available to student veterans and their families on and off our campus.
Green Zone allies are not expected to be experts or mental health counselors. Green Zone allies provide a sympathetic ear and can refer a student veteran to appropriate on-campus resources.
To register, please visit REPORTER.
Leading Diverse Communities
- celebrate similarities and differences;
- identify misinformation about other groups;
- gain empowerment by learning ways to challenge biased comments and actions;
- learn skills to handle tough interpersonal and intergroup conflicts;
- learn to reframe controversial issues into a context where all parties are able to work toward a common solution.
To register, please visit REPORTER.
Protected Class of Age
Protected Class of Disability
Protected Class of National Origin
Protected Class of Race and Color
Protected Class of Religion
Strengthening Diverse Communities
This workshop will allow you to gain self-awareness, stretch beyond your comfort zone, and gain new understanding. The unique workshop is interactive, experiential, and high energy. Participants are both teachers and learners. The full workshop lasts approximately six hours, during which participants will engage in small group and large group discussions. In this workshop, you will: celebrate similarities and differences, identify misinformation about other groups, identify and heal from internalized oppression, claim pride in your own group identities, gain empowerment by learning ways to challenge bigoted comments and actions. This workshop was formerly NCBI Building Bridges: Strengthening Leadership for Diverse Communities. To register, please visit REPORTER.
Supporting Students with Diverse Worldview Identities: Lessons Learned from a National Study of Interfaith Engagement in College
In the field of higher education today, it can sometimes be easy to overlook worldview as an important aspect of diversity. Students come to college with an array of worldviews (i.e., religious, spiritual, or non-religious outlooks on life) and helping them build skills for interfaith cooperation is important in our efforts to provide holistic learning and development. This session is therefore intended to begin a conversation about worldview diversity in college. Researchers from NC State’s Higher Education Program will introduce attendees to a national study of interfaith engagement in college that is housed in the College of Education. At the heart of the study is the Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey (IDEALS), which has been administered to students at NC State. Findings about NC State students’ perceptions of their campus climate for worldview diversity will be presented alongside national findings, and participants will be encouraged to share their experiences with worldview diversity at NC State. The presentation will conclude with a discussion of recommendations for practice and strategies for improving the climate for worldview diversity on this campus. To register, please visit REPORTER.
Title IX: Gender Equity in Higher Education
Often when individuals hear Title IX, gender equity in athletics is the first thing that comes to mind. Title IX of the Education Amendments certainly does involve ensuring gender equity in athletics, but it also works to ensure gender equity in academics and employment. Join this course to learn more about the history of Title IX, progress Title IX has made, and Title IX’s presence in educational institutions today. To register, please visit REPORTER.