To continue to support student organizations exercising their collective voice around issues of injustice and intolerance and calls for change.
To continue to support students and student leaders in their exercise of self-governance, creating environments that are inclusive and holding members accountable for behavior that is not consistent with organization values.
To engage all affiliated students in diversity and inclusion education.
To hear students. To see students. To empower students.
To allow the lived experience of students to continue to shape our work and response.
The political science and sociology double major is graduating this weekend and then off to Indianapolis to work for his fraternity, Theta Chi, as a growth specialist. But as an enthusiastic member of the Wolfpack, Inman says his long-term goal is to find a road that leads back to NC State.