For the first time in its history, the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education will take place in Portland, Oregon from May 28 to June 1, 2019.
Oregon State will have a significant presence at NCORE 2019 with a variety of sessions, posters and engagements presented by Oregon State faculty, students and friends.
More information on NCORE 2019 is available here. Registration for NCORE 2019 remains open. Click here to register using the Oregon State discount code. You will need to register with an OSU email address to take advantage of the discounted registration.
Attending NCORE? Mark your calendars for the OSU at NCORE 2019 reception at the Portland Convention Center on Thursday, May 30 from 6:30-8 pm in Room D-137. All OSU community members -- current students and faculty, alumni and friends -- attending NCORE 2019 are invited. This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with colleagues and meet people new to this region. Appetizers and refreshments will be served. The reception is sponsored by Community Diversity Relations in the Office of Institutional Diversity.
For accommodations related to ability, please contact the Office of Institutional Diversity at email@example.com, or call 541-737-1063.
Show your OSU pride on Thursday, May 30 and wear your Beaver gear! We'll take a group photo at the reception on Thursday evening.
Oregon State community members will be presenting a variety of sessions, posters and engagements at NCORE. [* denotes an Oregon State faculty member or student]. Please email the Office of Institutional Diversity if you are presenting, but don't see your name listed!
|Preconference Institute: Reimagining Higher Education through a Multiracial Lens||Tuesday, May 28||9:00-5:30 pm||TBA||Charlene Martinez (Student Experiences and Engagement)*, Jenn Wells (Scripps College), Sabrina Kwist (Los Medanos College), Marc Johnston-Guerrero (The Ohio State University)|
|Social Justice Through Cultural Geography and Oral Histories||Wednesday, May 29||10:15-11:45 am||TBA||Natchee Barnd (Ethnic Studies)*, Juan Herrera (UCLA), Jason Magabo Perez (CSU San Bernardino), Mia White (The New School)|
|When Responding to White Nationalism Becomes All of Our Jobs||Wednesday, May 29||10:15-11:45am||TBA||Teresita Alvarez-Cortez (University Housing and Dining Services)* and Carina Buzo (University Housing and Dining Services)*|
|From Theory to Practice: Creating Synergy Between Scholars and Practitioners in Multiracial Programs||Wednesday, May 29||3:30-5:30 pm||TBA||Nana Osei-Kofi (Difference, Power and Discrimination Program, and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies)*, Charlene Martinez (SEE)*, James Ikeda Speed (University of Colorado Denver), Mitzi Uehara Carter (Florida International University)|
|Developing Multiracial Programming through Capacity Building and Asset Mapping||Thursday, May 30||10:15-11:45 am||TBA||Charlene Martinez (SEE)*, James Ikeda Speed (University of Colorado Denver), Jenn Wells (Scripps College)|
|Still We Persist: Womxn of Color Organizing and Coalition Building at a PWI||Thursday, May 30||3:30-5:30 pm||TBA||Tamara Lash, (College Student Services and Administration Program, graduate student)*; Micknai Arefaine, (Anthropology, graduate student)*; Elirissa Hui, (College Student Services and Administration Program, graduate student)*; Sarah Garcia, (Diversity and Cultural Engagement, Centro Cultural César Chávez)*|
|Indigenous Identity: Resisting a Legacy of Erasure through Institutional Data||Friday, May 31||10:15-11:45 am||TBA||Jesse Nelson (Office of Academic Achievement)*, Luhui Whitebear (DCE)*, Jane Waite (Faculty Affairs)*, Chance White Eyes (OSU Alum)|
|Creating Communities of Care: Multiracial Issues in Counseling and Psychology||Friday, May 31||3:30-5:30 pm||TBA||Stephanie Shippen (Counseling and Psychological Services)*, Kelly Jackson (Arizona State University), Lilian Gonzalez (Mills College)|
|Is Kanye Cancelled? : Kanye West, Trump and the Black Community||Emalydia Flenory*|
|Reproductive Justice Lens: Resistance Tool for Early Marriage and Childbirth Among Women and Children in Nigeria, West Africa||Odunola Oladejo (WGSS, graduate student)*|
|Interrupting the Negative Succession of STEM Women's Denial of Tenure and Promotion at Research Intense Institutions||Dwaine Plaza (Sociology)*, Bonnie Ruder (Anthropology, graduate student)*; Kali Furman (Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, graduate student)*|
|Experiences of Black male educators in the PNW that work on historically white campuses (Caucus Based/Special Topic Convening)||Friday, May 31||6:00-8:00pm||TBA||Jason J. Dorsette (OAA)*|
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Use Slack? Connect with OSU community members at NCORE on the OSU at NCORE 2019 Slack channel here.
In 1988, The Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies launched the first Annual NCORE to address the resurgence of racist incidents in higher education. Since its inception, NCORE has evolved into a vital national resource for higher education institutions. The NCORE conference series constitutes the leading and most comprehensive national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education. The conference focuses on the complex task of creating and sustaining comprehensive institutional change designed to improve racial and ethnic relations on campus and to expand opportunities for educational access and success by culturally diverse, traditionally underrepresented populations. NCORE is designed to provide a significant forum for discussion, critical dialogue, and exchange of information as institutions search for effective strategies to enhance access, social development, education, positive communication, and cross-cultural understanding in culturally diverse settings.