Dr. Delisia Matthews, assistant professor of Fashion and Textile Management in the Wilson College of Textiles, and Dr. Qiana Cryer-Coupet, an assistant professor of Social Work in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences joined students at Witherspoon to present their research on the fashion community known as “sneakerheads.”
“Exploring Mental Health in the APIDA Experience” was a panel and small group discussion in which members of NC State’s Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community shared their perspectives on the intersections between their identities and mental health, and unpacked the ideas surrounding mental illnesses in their community.The discussion was a part of APIDA Heritage Month and hosted by the Counseling Center and Mental Health Ambassadors on April 1 in Witherspoon Student Center.
On January 23, Campus Community Centers will join together to host the annual Social Justice January, a day dedicated to teaching members of the campus community about various subjects relating to social justice and activism. There will be four workshops held between 11:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the community centers on main campus. This year’s theme is “Beyond the Buzzwords.”