Join us for virtual ISCORE 2021

February 22, 2021

 

Dear Iowa State University Community:

You still have time to register for the Thomas L. Hill Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE). This year’s virtual conference will take place over two days, March 4-5, with a virtual pre-conference for Iowa State faculty and staff on March 3. Register online at iscore.iastate.edu/conference.

ISCORE is Iowa State University’s premier event for students, faculty, and staff to engage in constructive dialogue and enhance understanding of racial and ethnic issues on campus, in our community, and across the country. It is modeled after the annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE).

Since ISCORE will be provided in a virtual format this year, you can connect to the conference experience from wherever you are. The ISCORE lineup includes keynote speakers and a broad array of 50 min. informative and interactive sessions presented by students, faculty, and staff. The full schedule is available here. You can read more about this year’s virtual event and how to maximize your experience in the recent edition of Inside Iowa State.

Attending ISCORE is an excellent way to acquire knowledge that you can turn into action to make our campus and community a better place for all. I encourage you to join me and hundreds of your colleagues and classmates for this exceptional conference.

 

Wendy Wintersteen, President

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