NC State
Council on the Status of Women


2018 Sisterhood Dinner Speaking Truth through our Stories

This year the Council on the Status of Women is expanding the programming offered on the day of the Sisterhood Dinner.  Please join us from 12pm – 2pm on Monday, February 26, 2018 for a variety of activities and programs on the 3rd floor of Talley Student Union.

  • Workshops (Registration Required)
  • Dance Performances
  • Coloring activities
  • WolfTales (Record your story)
  • Information Tables from Various Organizations

Available Workshops

Women Teaching and Learning at NC State
A brown-bag panel discussion
12:30-1:30pm – Talley 3221
Offered by the Office of Faculty Development

Creating a Counterstory Telling Culture
12:00-1:00pm – Talley 3210
Offered by the Women’s Center

Intersectionality: Creating Space at the Table
1:00-2:00pm – Talley 3210
Offered by the GLBT Center

Indistinct Distinctions: Sexism, Heterosexism & Trans Oppression
12:00-2:00pm – Talley 3222
Offered by the GLBT Center

Recognizing and Responding to Microaggressions
12:00-2:00pm – Talley 3285
Offered by the GLBT Center

Register for Workshops >>


Wolf Tales Information

What is your story of life at NC State? As part of the NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center, the Wolf Tales project collects the stories of the NC State community, past and present.

We invite members of the NC State community to share memories of the events, people, and places that shaped their time at NC State, in 10-20 minute recording sessions in our mobile video recording station, located at events around campus. Your story will be added to the archives of NC State, to enrich the history of the university for future generations.

From 11am – 3pm on February 26th, the NC State community will have the opportunity to participate in the Wolf Tales project. If you are interested, you can sign up now, via the link below. You will also be able to sign up the day of.

Some questions to ponder for this recording include:

When did you first come to NC State? Who or what led you to come here?
What has been your proudest accomplishment?
How would you describe the community at NC State?
What mentors or influences have impacted you most?
How do you think you have mentored or influenced others?
What changes do you hope to see for NC State in the future?
What do you hope stays the same?
What advice would you give to someone who wants to get involved in promoting gender equity?

Sign up for Wolf Tales >>