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Racial Healing Keynote With Anneliese Singh

Witherspoon Student Center, Cinema

Please join author, researcher and speaker Anneliese Singh for "Racial Healing: Practical Activities to Help You Explore Racial Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism, and Engage in Collective Healing." In this lecture, Singh will describe core racial healing strategies that people can practice in the aim of collective racial justice and liberation. In doing so, Singh will…

Devils and Wolves International Economics Seminar Series

Nelson Hall, 3210

The Devils and Wolves International Economics Seminar Series brings high-quality research in international economics to the Triangle area. Join us for separate lectures by Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, the Glen A. Lloyd Distinguished Service Professor at the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics at the University of Chicago, and Adrien Bilal, an assistant professor of economics at…

Land-Grab Universities

In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which turned nearly 11 million acres of land expropriated from tribal nations into seed money for land-grant universities. Join NC State for two days of events exploring “Land-grab universities," an award-winning investigative story written by our keynote speakers, Tristan Ahtone and Robert Lee. You'll learn about…

Devils and Wolves International Economics Seminar Series

Nelson Hall, 3210

The Devils and Wolves International Economics Seminar Series brings high-quality research in international economics to the Triangle area. Join us for separate lectures by Diana Van Patten, an assistant professor of economics at Yale University's School of Management, and David Argente, a Strumpf Early Career Assistant Professor of Economics at Penn State.

GIS Week

GIS Week is an accessible learning and professional development event series centered around geospatial analytics and spatial data science. Drawing inspiration from NC State's motto "Think and Do," GIS Week connects researchers, practitioners and industry partners across varying sectors and disciplines.

GIS Week

GIS Week is an accessible learning and professional development event series centered around geospatial analytics and spatial data science. Drawing inspiration from NC State's motto "Think and Do," GIS Week connects researchers, practitioners and industry partners across varying sectors and disciplines.

Research Roundtable Lunch: Day 1

Jordan Hall, 5103

As a part of GIS Week, come hear faculty fellows from the Center for Geospatial Analytics give 10-minute lightning talks about their research. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with faculty in a casual setting. This roundtable will feature the following faculty members: Sankar Arumugam.Caren Cooper.Natalie Nelson.Brian Reich.Lunch will be provided.

GIS Week

GIS Week is an accessible learning and professional development event series centered around geospatial analytics and spatial data science. Drawing inspiration from NC State's motto "Think and Do," GIS Week connects researchers, practitioners and industry partners across varying sectors and disciplines.

Research Roundtable Lunch: Day 2

Jordan Hall, 5103

As a part of GIS Week, come hear faculty fellows from the Center for Geospatial Analytics give 10-minute lightning talks about their research. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with faculty in a casual setting. This roundtable will feature the following faculty members: Gustavo Machado.Yu-Fai Leung. Aaron Hipp.Justin Baker.Lunch will be provided.

GIS Week

GIS Week is an accessible learning and professional development event series centered around geospatial analytics and spatial data science. Drawing inspiration from NC State's motto "Think and Do," GIS Week connects researchers, practitioners and industry partners across varying sectors and disciplines.