Motherhood in Academia: Building Community in CALS
Join the CALS Community of Practice virtual session on Oct. 18 to discuss “Motherhood in Academia: Building Community in CALS” with Erin McKenney, assistant professor and director of undergraduate programs for the Department of Applied Ecology.
CALS DEI Listening Sessions
Join a listening sessions and share how CALS can best support you and your work related to diversity and inclusion, wellness and belonging. One-hour sessions will be hosted via Zoom throughout the month of August.
The Summer of What If?
The Office for Faculty Excellence presents The Summer of What If?, a four-part series created to engage faculty, staff and graduate students in a learning opportunity designed to advance professional development.
Supporting Digital Accessibility
Did you know that roughly 20% of the population has a disability that may affect their interactions in our digital environments? At NC State, we want to provide resources that support you in making your digital content consumable by a broad audience.
CALS Language Access Plan
USDA regulations require recipients of federal financial assistance to provide meaningful access to Limited English Proficient persons. CALS has developed a Language Access Plan for various research and Extension projects, programs and other outreach activities.
Opening Doors Diversity Competency Retreat
Opening Doors is a free, three-day retreat that provides a framework for increasing diversity awareness and enhances a person’s ability to create an inclusive organization.
Wellness Days Update and Reminders
NC State remains committed to providing comprehensive mental health support. To do this work, we need our whole Pack to be just that — a Pack. That means looking out for one another, supporting each other and being honest with yourself when you need a little extra help.
Conversations that Matter: Making the Agricultural Industry Accessible
On March 24 at noon, CALS Office of Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a hybrid Conversations that Matter: Making the Agricultural Industry More Accessible to Historically Marginalized Communities: Women In Agriculture.
Diversity Observance Reflection Reception
Join the CALS Office of Diversity and Inclusion for the Diversity Observance Reflection Reception on Tues., Feb. 28.
The Sisterhood Dinner commemorates the contributions and accomplishments of NC State women. This year's theme is "Re-envisioning an Equitable Workplace."