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A group of WISE students gathered around a laptop.

Feb 28, 2022

WISE Village Raises Voices, Representation

The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) village works to bridge the gender gap in STEM programs at NC State. 

A group of students wearing black T-shirts with a red fist on them for the Black Male Initiative

Feb 28, 2022

It Takes a Village: Black Male Initiative

Based in the Avent Ferry Complex, the Black Male Initiative provides a unique experience for Black male students to bond and learn together. 

Feb 9, 2022

More Than Two Dozen College of Education Scholars Present at NC State’s Inaugural Equity Research Symposium

Researchers from across NC State—including more than two dozen College of Education faculty, researchers and doctoral students—came together on Feb. 8 to share and catalyze cutting-edge, equity-focused and equity-relevant research during the university’s first-ever Equity Research Symposium. 

The outside of Holmes Hall, where the Disability Resource Office is located

Oct 18, 2021

Get to Know the Disability Resource Office

The Disability Resource Office assists more than 2,000 NC State students with a wide range of disabilities, the majority of which are not visible. 

Gen Anthony Cotton in his military uniform and standing with his arms crossed in his office

Oct 14, 2021

Commanding Respect

NC State alumnus Gen. Anthony Cotton recently became the first Black man to lead the U.S. Air Force’s Global Strike Command, which encompasses more than 33,000 service members as well as the branch’s arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles and bomber aircrafts. 

the entrance to the GLBT center adorned with a rainbow flag

Jun 23, 2021

Finding Your Wolfpack: The GLBT Center

No matter where you are on the continuum, the NC State GLBT Center has something to offer. 

Sirena Rowe hugs a teammate at the NCAA championships in Greensboro.

May 7, 2021

Strong Finish

Sirena Rowe, who helped NC State win an NCAA swimming relay title, recounts the highs and lows of her time in college. She graduates with a passion to help others and an eye on the Tokyo Olympics. 

exterior shot of the GLBT center doors with the pride flag with raised fist hanging

Mar 18, 2021

New Fund Will Support Students through the GLBT Center

A gift from NC State friend Bill Spitz seeds the Dream Fund, which the center staff can use to aid students who face financial hardship, particularly after coming out. 

Draven Sneed competing at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships.

Jan 14, 2021

Army Vet Captures Cornhole Title

Practice makes perfect for business student Draven Sneed, who scores first in the college singles division at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships. 

A graduation cap that reads "My grandparents crossed oceans so I could cross the stage"

Jan 12, 2021

How Being a First-Gen Student Influenced My Advising

Annie Miya, an NC State graduate who now works for the NC State College Advising Corps, writes how her experiences as a first-generation college student inspired her to help others.