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Thank You for Supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on Feb. 17

NC State held its third Diversity in STEM Symposium: Your Role in Inclusion, on Feb. 17. This virtual-only event featured sessions on topics related to diversity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as a keynote talk by author and N.C. A&T State University biologist Joseph L. Graves.  The free event was sponsored by BASF.

Students talk outside SAS Hall at NC State

About the Organizers

The College of Sciences at NC State connects people and programs in the biological, physical, chemical, mathematical, statistical and earth-system sciences. Through its programs and events, the college is raising awareness about diversity and the importance of supporting people of color. The college seeks to be the first choice for students, faculty and staff from all groups and backgrounds who want to study and work in a comfortable and inclusive environment.

The College of Natural Resources seeks to protect and nurture the environment, engineer sustainable products and solve the grand challenges facing society. The college is committed to creating an environment where diversity and inclusion are celebrated and valued by striving to increase representation of individuals from diverse backgrounds in our students, staff and faculty; seeking ways to bring people together to learn, grow and create as a team; and collaborating with community partners to provide support for students, staff and faculty.

Special thanks to several offices at NC State that provided swag for this event:

  • Campus Community Centers
  • TRIO program
  • College of Veterinary Medicine
  • College of Natural Resources