ISCORE will occur on March 3rd, 2017 Change Agent Academy members and Iowa State University Multicultural Liaison Police Officers: Nick Grossman, Dwight Hinson, and Natasha Greene


Professional Development Network (PDN)
The NCORE-ISCORE Project was created to support Iowa State University’s diversity efforts. It is a yearlong developmental project centered on issues of race and ethnicity at ISU. The project provides an opportunity for ISU students, staff, and faculty to engage in positive interactions and dialogue and includes participating in two conferences: NCORE—a national conference geared towards building multicultural relations and ISCORE—ISU’s local initiative designed to provide an ongoing platform of sharing and applying new knowledge through presentations and workshops.

Each year, Iowa State University supports a interdisciplinary delegation of students and professionals from across colleges and divisions in attending the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE) This year NCORE will be held in New Orleans from May 29 – June 2. Students and professionals share new knowledge gained from their NCORE experience back to the campus community and areas of influence both personally and professionally.

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