Strengthening the campus' commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Diversity is an inclusive community of people with varied human characteristics, ideas, and world views and whose interactions both benefit and challenge each other to grow while making the community better. The Division of Academic and Student Affair’s commitment to embracing the whole student is represented through the functions of our over 60 departments and units. One pillar of our strategic plan is building your community. We strive to do this by engaging a diversity of thought and encouraging interactions with people and groups of different backgrounds.
Latest Diversity News
‘Plogging’ trend takes over as students make strides to eliminate waste
Running for a cause, NC State’s plogging club works to improve the environment, one bag at a time.
Healthy Goal Setting for 2020
As the new semester begins, focus less on making an abundance of unrealistic resolutions and focus more on making a few focused, attainable goals.
All That Glitters: Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection
Nearly everyone would agree that shiny or sparkling things are eye-catching. But just what is it about them that makes them so (literally) attractive?
SECU Foundation offers new internship opportunities for NC State students to serve rural communities
Thanks to funding from the State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Foundation, NC State University students will be serving rural communities in North Carolina while gaining valuable career experience this summer.
How Daniela Patino-Zabaleta used her SUPER-Curricular Seed Grant to Explore Music Consumption Around the World
Daniela Patino-Zabaleta, an NC State senior majoring in Business with an Arts Entrepreneurship minor, received a Fellowship Advising Office SUPER-Curricular Seed Grant in 2018. The Fellowship Advising Office offers the grant that provides funding for
Showcasing Critical and Creative Thinking in Computer Science
Dr. Jamie Jennings, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Computer Science department, is always looking for new and creative ways to help students engage with her course material. She teaches several upper-level computer science courses, including