Pre-Conference Institutes represent the most in-depth material on a subject at NCORE. This optional additional day can be chosen when you register. You will earn one Continuing Education Unit (CEU) by attending a Pre-Conference Institute. A form will be available in your session that must be signed by the presenter at the conclusion. Your CEU will be mailed to you after NCORE. It will be the discretion of your organization whether they accept the CEU for credit.
Pre-Conference Institutes will be held Tuesday, May 28 and Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Tuesday's sessions are held from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. with a lunch break from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Some sessions are carried over from Tuesday and are held from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m on Wednesday.
- 1100 - Preserving, restoring, and honoring Indigenous ways in agriculture: Directions and implications in higher education
- 1101- Using activist assessment and evaluation for socially just educational environments: It works if you work it!
- 1102 - Asian and Asian American students: 'Nothing About Us, Without All of Us' on university and college campuses
- 1103 - Black identity development at American higher institutions: An examination of how concepts of blackness inform the campus climate experience
- 1104 - Women of color and women's stealth leadership; done with ugly, and still doing the hard work-chapter 13
- 1105 - Aspire Women of Color Leadership Institute
- 1106- Intersectional interventions: Supporting queer and trans students of color
- 1107- Resources and tools for Latinx leaders in higher education
- 1108 - Repositioning cultural centers to better leverage our social capital
- 1109 - Clearing a path for healing to enter: Exploring a process of liberation from internalized racism
- 1110 - Reimagining higher education through a multiracial lens
- 1111- Empowering diverse queer communities in higher education
- 1112 - White fragility
- 1113 - Understanding and leveraging the student voice to impact institutional change
- 1114 - Not in my school! How white supremacy, white privilege, and other forms of oppression undermine best intentions
- 1115 - Navigating triggering events: Critical competencies for facilitating difficult dialogues
- 1116 - Advanced facilitation skills for compassionately and lovingly facilitating large and small group workshops aimed at challenging racism and white supremacy
- 1117 - The body already knows: A framework for dismantling race, racism, and whiteness and achieving racial justice
- 1118- The complexity of student‐centered work, race, and inclusion in the American academy
- 1119 - Praxis: A practical institute on creating sustainable, data driven, systemic change to build an equitable institution
- 1120 - Designing and facilitating diversity and social justice education: Honing our skills
- 1121 - Creating counter-storytelling community for cross-race dialogue and action
- 1122 - From the ground up: Developing your campus' strategic plan for diversity and inclusion
- 1123 - The Pacific Islander Institute: Creating ocean
- 1125: Writing and assessing student learning outcomes for social justice education
- 1127: The chief diversity officer: role, structure, strategy, and sustainability
- 1128: Hip-hop and the future: how hip-hop can help us change the world!
- 1129 - All I want is a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T... tools and strategies for responding to oppression in the classroom and institution
- 1130 - Applying the Multicultural Competency Interviewing Rubric to hire multiculturally competent faculty and administrators/leaders using a comprehensive hiring framework
- 1131 - Exploring decolonialization in pedagogy and practice: Identifying, naming, and decentering structures and processes that maintain the status quo