OSU at NCORE 2022

The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) will be held in Portland at the Oregon Convention Center from May 31-June 4, 2022. NCORE is significant and prominent national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education. More information on NCORE 2022 is available here.

We anticipate a significant presence at NCORE 2022 for Oregon State faculty, students and friends. Registration for NCORE 2022 is open; the Office of Institutional Diversity will coordinate a group registration for OSU to be eligible for the group rate.

OID is sponsoring registration scholarships to support university employees seeking to attend the 2022 National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE).

To stay connected with information OSU related NCORE news, please email [email protected] to get on our OSU NCORE email list.

OSU at NCORE 2022 Reception

 
Friday, June 3
6 to 8 p.m.
Level 3, Columbia 1
Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center
375 NE Holladay St., Portland
 

Attending NCORE? Join us to be in community and celebration with Oregon State University. All current, past, and prospective OSU staff, students, alumni, and friends, are welcomed This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with colleagues and meet people new to this region. Appetizers and refreshments will be served.

To stay connected with information about the reception and other OSU related NCORE news, please email [email protected] to be added to the OSU NCORE email list.

OSU Sessions at NCORE 2022

Are you presenting an institute, workshop, poster, or speaking at NCORE? If so, let us know! We are gathering information on all OSU community members who are participating as workshop or poster presenters, speakers and/or institute leads. We want to include you on our OSU NCORE Information page to make sure fellow colleagues know about your upcoming work. If you are a presenter, please email [email protected] with your presentation information, including the title, date, time and fellow presenters.

Presenter(s) Presentation Title Date & Time
Session
Index #
Raisa Blazquez, Freddy Leon, Kathryn McIntosh, Faran Saeed and Marcos Viveros (College of Education) Mindfulness in Social Justice Education: Critical Race Feminist Perspectives
June 1,
10:15-11:45 am
2211
Bradley Boovy (World Languages and Cultures/Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies), Kali Furman (Difference, Power and Discrimination Program) and Nana Osei-Kofi (Difference Power and Discrimination Program) Leading Curriculum Transformation: The Difference, Power and Discrimination Program
June 1,
3:45-5 pm
2500
Monica Olvera (Human Development and Family Sciences) and Cynthia Cruz Sanchez (Equal Opportunities Program) Dreaming Beyond Borders Resource Center at Oregon State University June 2 A11
Sara Caldwell-Kan* (University of Alaska Anchorage), Freddy Leon (World Languages and Cultures) and Faran Saeed (College of Education) Radical Interconnectivity: Honing Our Praxis Through Difference, Complex Commonalities and Intellectual Humility
June 2,
8:30-9:45 am
3008
Natchee Barnd (Ethnic Studies), Sharyn Clough (Philosophy), Kali Furman (Difference, Power and Discrimination Program), Charlene Martinez (Student Experiences & Engagement), Jenny Myers* (Wells College) and Martha Smith (Disability and Access Services) Frameworks for Transformative Pedagogies
June 2,
9:30-9:45 am
3018
Charlene Martinez (Student Experiences & Engagement) and Sara Caldwell-Kan* (University of Alaska Anchorage) Story Circles & Healing Cards: With Love for Us
June 2,
3:45-5:45 pm
3403
Whitney Archer, Cindy Konrad, Ismail Warsame and Luhui Whitebear (Diversity & Cultural Engagement) Centering Cultural Resource Center Work in Critical Kinship and Interdependence
June 3,
8:30-9:45 am
4017
Glencora Borradaile (Computer Science), Marta Maldonado (Ethnic Studies), Ron Mize (School of Language, Culture and Society), Nana Osei-Kofi (Difference Power and Discrimination Program), H Rakes (Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies) and Linda Richards (History) Transformative Pedagogies: Destablilizing Dominant Disciplinary Narratives
June 3,
8:30-9:45 am
4023
Deanna Lloyd (College of Agricultural Sciences) and Jenny Myers* (Wells College) Inclusive Pedagogy Online
June 3,
8:30-9:45 am
4030
Sabrina Kwist* (Los Medanos College), Charlene Martinez (Student Experiences & Engagement) and James Speed (University of Colorado Denver) Multiracial Healing Through Story Circles and Critical Connections
June 3,
4-5:30 pm
4616
Heather Bilcher* (Open Oregon Educational Resources), Amy Hofer* (Open Oregon Educational Resources), Esmeralda Julyan (Human Development and Family Studies), Monica Olvera (Human Development and Human Sciences), Yvonne Smith* (Clackamas Community College) and Veronica Vold* (Open Oregon Educational Resources) Open Education for Equity in Human Development/Family Studies Courses
June 3,
4-5:30 pm
4627

          *Non-OSU partner

 

  

NCORE 2022 Group Registration

If you are attending NCORE 2022 and do not need, or do not receive, financial assistance for registration, please consider registering as part of our OSU attendee group. You will receive 10% early bird registration.

To receive the group rate, all registrations must be submitted at one time, and be all of one type. A minimum of 5 registrants for a registration type (5 or more with Pre-Conference Institute, or 5 or more without the Pre-Conference Institute) is required to receive the group rate. The deadline for the early bird registration rate of $625.50 is March 31. The OID group registration is now closed. Please contact Pamela Johnson, at [email protected], with questions.

   

Registration Scholarships

The Office of Institutional Diversity is sponsoring registration scholarships to support university employees seeking to attend the NCORE 2022 in Portland.

Early bird conference registration is $625.50 at the group rate; applicants may apply for a full or partial registration scholarship. Scholarship recipients will be responsible for all other conference fees, including travel expenses and pre-conference institutes, if desired. Preference will be given to employees who seek to attend because of relevant equity position responsibilities or development benefiting their research.

Applications for 2022 are closed, and recipients have been notified.