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NC State OIED has release a new Pack Snack, short targeted lessons on DEI topics that can be polished off in a matter of minutes. Check out the first microlesson: Unleashing Ableist Language for ways to improve your communications with individuals with disabilities.

Registration is currently open in Reporter for The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity’s Inclusive Excellence Certificate (IEC) program. In this thoughtful and empowering program, participants examine several aspects of diversity and inclusion that will increase their effectiveness in creating workplaces and classrooms that exhibit inclusive excellence. The IE Certificate focuses on providing the foundational components of diversity, equity and inclusion through four two-hour workshops. To earn the IE Certificate, participants must complete the program over one academic year.