Pre-Conference Institutes are an optional day of NCORE programming. These institutes represent the most in-depth material on a topic at NCORE. When you register, you should choose ONE session to attend the entire day on Monday, June 7th. Click the titles below for session descriptions and presenters.
You will earn one Continuing Education Unit (CEU) by attending a Pre-Conference Institute. It will be the discretion of your professional organization or association whether they accept the CEU for credit.
Black Identity and Cultural Aesthetics as Navigational Tools at Predominantly and Historically White Institutions - An Interruption of Whiteness, and its Impacts on Student Belonging, Success and Achievement
The Successful Native American Student Center: Addressing Wrap-Around Services for Native Students
Confronting Anti-Blackness in Non-Black Communities of Color
Coming Home: Our Multiracial Identities, Kinship, and Racial Justice Work
Becoming Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): From Latinx-Enrolling to Latinx-Serving
Confronting White Supremacist Culture in the Workplace for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Intersectional Interventions: Supporting Queer & Trans Students of Color
The Complexity of Student-Centered Work: Toward Anti-Racism & Inclusion in the American Academy
The Chief Diversity Officer: Role, Structure, Strategy, and Sustainability
Writing and Assessing Student Learning Outcomes for Social Justice Education
Women of Color & Women’s Stealth Leadership; Adapting and Transcending When Incoming Change Missiles Require Pivoting - Chapter 14
Equity, Transnationalism, and Decolonization in the Context of “Two Pandemics”
Centering Relationships for Systems Change: Moving Out of Fear Toward Connection and Principled Action
The University of Michigan’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategic Planning Initiative
Aspire: The Administrative Leadership Institute for Women of Color
Student Social Justice Training Institute
Fostering & Promoting Inclusion: Achieving Excellence In Written and Oral Communication For Successful Leadership
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