Campus Resource List

Below you can find the very best information and tools created for your support.

WISE Village

Women in Science and Engineering

Society for Multicultural Scientists

Recruit. Retain. Graduate

NSF NC-LSAMP Bridge to the Doctorate

North Carolina Alliance of the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

Women in Mechanical and Aerospace

WIMA empowers women in mechanical and aerospace disciplines to succeed and advance in their fields. 

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

SHPE strive to contribute positively to minority students’ recruitment and retention in STEM fields.

Native American Student Association

This organization was formed to create a community among the Native American Students here at NC State. Our aim is to focus on the cultures of our ancestors and to enrich the awareness of others on the campus and the surrounding community.

Phi Sigma Rho

Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for non binary and female undergraduate students in STEM majors. The sorority participates in other club and FSL groups events and volunteers in the community. For more information about the group, please visit our get involved page which has our Instagram and President’s contact information listed.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

To increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

American Indian Science & Engineering Society

The purpose of AISES is to promote the recruitment, admission, and retention of Native American students, mainly in the science and engineering disciplines, to support Native American students in all degree programs at NC State University at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

What to do if you have a concern

There are many people in the department who you can feel comfortable coming to for guidance. Here are few places to start:
  • Undergraduate students: Your academic advisors are very familiar with university resources for academic and non-academic issues. Kindly reach out to Cheryl Tran, Kyle McCraw, or Felix Ewere for any assistance
  • Graduate students: The Graduate Program Director and Graduate Program Coordinator can help navigate academic and non-academic resources. Kindly reach out to Kara Peters or Summer Fulcher for any assistance
  • Responsible employees: A responsible employee is a faculty or staff member who has been trained regarding the university resources for Title IX sex discrimination or misconduct, and has the duty to report these incidents to the university. A list of the MAE faculty and staff who have this training can be found here: Google Document
  • GLBT advocates: The GLBT Advocate Program is a continuing education and engagement program for faculty and staff designed to provide participants with ongoing opportunities to learn and show their support as allies and advocates of the GLBT community. MAE faculty and staff who are part of this program are listed at the following link, or may be indicated by placards next to their door or in their workspace.
There are additional university resources that you can access directly as well: