This art competition and publication of a selection of juried entries provides conference participants evidence there is immense talent that often goes unrecognized on a national level," said Kathleen Wong(Lau), director of NCORE.
The NCORE conference is designed to support movement toward campus communities that are supportive and inclusive across racial and ethnic identity intersections, and to improve the access and success of traditionally underrepresented populations.
project was launched during the opening ceremony of the 38 th Nile Technical Advisory Committee meeting.
NCORE Study Commenced to Determine If Genotype 2/3 Patients Without a Rapid Virological Response Need Longer Treatment
Roche also announced the launch of the NCORE study (ENhancement of Cure Through Treatment Extension Guided by On-Treatment ResponsE in Patients Infected with G2/3 Hepatitis C; Roche study protocol number MV21371).
Last month, more than 2,400 NCORE
participants descended on Washington, D.
In its 26th year, NCORE
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.
Van Jones, globally recognized pioneer in human rights, Arlene Davila, professor of anthropology and of social and cultural analysis at New York University, and Pedro Noguera, one of the country's most important voices on education reform, are among the several noteworthy speakers scheduled for NCORE
Belinda Biscoe, NCORE
administrator and assistant vice president of University Outreach at the University of Oklahoma.
May 28-June 1 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RACE & ETHNICITY IN AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION NCORE
2013 Annual Conference New York www.
Since its inception, NCORE
has continued to build on its tradition of groundbreaking dialogues and cutting-edge programming, providing institutions of higher education valuable tools and effective models to help create more inclusive campus environments, enhance access to underrepresented groups and prepare students for citizenship in a global society.
, which is the largest and most comprehensive national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education, draws participants including senior administrative officers of colleges and universities; professionals from virtually all campus activity/service areas; student leaders; representatives of state and national institutes, associations, agencies and foundations; and representatives of community-based agencies and organizations.