OFFICE FOR INSTITUTIONAL EQUITY AND DIVERSITY
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For the second consecutive year, NC State’s Common Reading Program has brought focus to issues of importance relating to the African American community. Read a review of this year’s selection by Austin Butler, an NC State senior in Science, Technology and Society with a minor in English.read more
On Wednesday, June 20, 2017, over 175 local college students, Triangle residents and food justice activists came together for a screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary Soul Food Junkies. Sponsored by NC State’s African American Cultural Center in partnership with the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation, attendees were ‘edutained’ on the role soul food has played in African American culture and learned about the impact of America’s class-based apartheid in its food system.read more
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity has published its annual Year in Review. The 2016-17 document is now available online. Keep up with OIED’s progress on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at NC State and find out how you can get involved in supporting our momentum.read more
OIED’s Equal Opportunity and Equity unit welcomes Dave Johnson as one of two new assistant equal opportunity officers. Read more about his education and prior experience.read more
OIED’s Equal Opportunity and Equity unit welcomes David Elrod as its new assistant equal opportunity officer.read more
Qwen Ballard will receive his master’s degree in higher education administration on Saturday. He also earned his B.A. in business and marketing education with a concentration in entrepreneurship at NC State. He has held the position of program coordinator of the Black Male Initiative, has been active with the Higher Education Association and is originally from Wilson, NC.read more