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Past Events

2022 | 2020 

 

2022

NCORE 2022: Portland, Oregon
Platinum Sponsor
May 31, 2022 - June 4, 2022

NCORE 2022: Check In & Preparation

Panelists: Delaney Catalina Couri, Ph.D. Student, Department of Communications, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University
Mark Dawson, Student Affairs Coordinator, Department of Multicultural Services, Division of Student Affairs, Texas A&M University
Redeem Francis, Graduate Assistant - Research, Office for Diversity, Texas A&M University
Dr. Anthony Natale, Associate Professor, National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE), Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies, The University of Oklahoma
Kathie Nicoletti, Event Manager, National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE), Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies, The University of Oklahoma
Debbie O’Dell, Business Manager, National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE), Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies, The University of Oklahoma
Dr. Tammie Preston Phillips, Instructional Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Texas A&M University


"Ok, I Know Better. How Do I Do Better?": Applying Critical Consciousness in Higher Education While Simultaneously Holding the Roles of Student and Employee
Presenters: Rafael R. Almanzar, MA, he/him, Director for Peer Mentoring & First Generation Student Success, Texas State University
Patrice French, PhD, she/her, Manager, Organization Development & Diversity Initiatives, Texas A&M University
Neil E. Golemo, MSEd, he/him, Director, Campus Living & Learning, Texas A&M University Galveston Campus
Lauren E. Meyer, MS, she/hers, Student Organization Recognition Specialist, Department of Student Activities, Texas A&M University
Moderator: Elisabeth "Billy" Pugliese, Ph.D., she/her, Dean of Counseling Services, PK-12 Independent School, Las Vegas, NV

Talk: The Care Work System as a Fundamental Cause of Economic Injustice
Dr. Pilar Gonalons-Pons, Alber-Klingelfhofer Presidential Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Demystifying the Model Minority Myth: Reflections and Implications for APIDA Students Experience and Success in Higher Education
Huanshu Yuan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Multicultural Services, Division of Student Affairs, Texas A&M University

Juneteenth: The Galveston Story Screening and Panel Discussion with Producers
Sam Collins, III '93, Wild Lion Productions
Sam Addington '20, Sam Addington Media Productions

Towards a More Inclusive History
Annette Gordon-Reed, historian and Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard

2022 Diversity Gallery
2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Report summaries (Diversity Gallery Posters)
 

2020

2020 Diversity Gallery Posters
2019 Diversity Plan Accountability Report summaries (Diversity Gallery Posters)