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Pre-Conference Institutes
PRE-CONFERENCE INSTITUTES

Pre-Conference Institutes are an optional day of NCORE programming, comprised of 7 to 10 clock-hours of content, providing an unparalleled opportunity to explore a topic in-depth. When registering, choose ONE session to attend the entire day on Tuesday, May 30th. Some institutes continue the morning of Wednesday, May 31st.   

Photo above: Music Box Village is a vibrant artist-made community in the Faubourg Marigny/Bywater neighborhood in New Orleans. Photo by Zack Smith provided courtesy of New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau. 

 

Important Details:

  • You will earn one Continuing Education Unit (CEU) by attending a Pre-Conference Institute. The CEU will be made available to you after the conference. It will be the discretion of your professional organization or association whether they accept the CEU for credit. 
  • Sessions have limited seating capacities and may fill at any time.
  • You may change your session if a seat is available. Click the modification link in your registration confirmation to change your session.

 

Final day to register for a Pre-Conference Institute (or change sessions) is May 23, 2023.

 

Institute Titles

Aspire Women of Color Administrative Leadership Institute

Avoid Being Gone in a Hot Minute: The Making of Centriarchical Decolonized WoC/Women Stealth Leaders

Designing and Assessing Social Justice Education Workshops

Dismantling Racism and White Supremacy: Tools & Strategies to Lead White Accountability Groups on College Campuses

Unbound: Freeing the Self from the Conditioning of Racism  A workshop for People of Color

Undoing Racism/Community Organizing Workshop Appetizer

A Pathway to Empowerment and Racial Freedom

A Whole New World...Teaching Tools and Strategies for International Students

Advancing Anti-Racism Strategies on Campus: A Framework for Strategic Change

After Five: The University of Michigan's Stratgetic Plan for Diversity

Becoming Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs): From Latinx-Enrolling to Latinx-Serving

Beginning Your Native American Student Affairs Professionals Career

Coming Undone: Addressing and Transforming Embodied Whiteness in the Service of Racial Justice Work

Confronting White Supremacist Culture in the Workplace for Asian Americans

Creating Ocean: Navigational Resources for The Journey of Pacific Islander Communities in Higher Ed

Designing a Social Justice Peer Facilitation Program

Developing an Engaged Pedagogy using the Social Justice Syllabus Design Tool

Developing, Implementing, Incentivizing, and Assessing Institution-Wide Diversity and Social Justice

Dismantling the 'U.S. versus International' Dichotomy:  Creating Synergy between International Ed an

Empowerment through Art & Story: A Multiracial, Mixed-Race, and Transracial Adoptee Community Space

Engaging Institutional Resistance

How Black Leaders Can Reconsider Their Loyalties to the Plantation of Higher Education

Identity-Conscious Supervision: A Model for Equity

Interrogating Racial/Ethnic Demographic Data Collection and Representation Practices

Intersectional Interventions: Supporting Queer and Trans Students of Color

Intersectionality Theory and Practice: Tenets, Tensions, and Take Away Strategies

NCORE: Mid-Level Manager Institute: Preparing for Personal and Professional Development

Redefining the Role of the Strong Black Woman: Balancing Healing, Rest and Resistance

Strategies to Support Students Targeted by White Supremacist Networks and Structures

Supporting Asian American Students: Crafting the Narrative

The Fundamentals of Social Justice Education

Using a Theory of Change Methodology to Develop a, Transformational, Campus-wide Diversity Plan

White Supremacy as a Hyperobject:  Identifying How to Actually Disrupt it in Higher Ed

Unequivocally Pro-Black:The Remix-Black identity & cultural aesthetics as navigational tools at PWIs

The [R]Evolution of Hip Hop: Celebrating and Critiquing the first 50 years of Hip-Hop Education

The Complexity of Studentā€Centered Work, Race & Inclusion in the American Academy

Make Art for Social Justice: Transforming, Indigenizing & Decolonizing