Toward Equality in Science
Madeleine Jacobs, the former CEO of the American Chemical Society, was College’s second State of the Sciences speaker.
Helminck to Receive 2016 AMS Distinguished Public Service Award
Dr. Loek Helminck will receive the 2016 Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Mathematical Society.
Physicist Jim Gates Jr. on ‘Equity vs. Excellence’
Physicist Sylvester James Gates Jr. will deliver the College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2017 diversity lecture: "Equity vs. Excellence: A False Dichotomy in Science and Society."
Physics Students Think and Do
When inappropriate messages were posted on a social media network last fall, physics students Austyn Long and Elliott Holliday turned their thoughts into action to inspire a discussion about diversity.
Our Photos: Spring Events
Look back at our spring events, which featured exciting speakers, great venues and unconventional ways to experience science.
NC State Math and Statistics Climbs to 15th in Minority Degree Rankings
NC State recently ranked 15th in the nation in mathematics and statistics master's degrees conferred to minority graduates.
Diversity in STEM Symposium
Join the College of Sciences for the first-annual Diversity in STEM Symposium, sponsored by BASF.
Donald E.K. Martin Receives Faculty Diversity Professional Development Award
Martin, an associate professor of statistics, received the award for his contributions to promoting diversity in statistics and biostatistics, as well as his teaching, research and service.
Hidden No More: STEM Women of Color Tour
Jamila Simpson, the college's assistant dean for academic programs, student diversity and engagement, will join a panel to discuss her experiences in the field and ideas for expanding diversity in STEM education.
Symposium Promotes Diversity in STEM
Students, faculty and the public gathered to learn about and discuss topics related to diversity in STEM at the February symposium, "Making Space for Ourselves and Others."