• NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

    NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations


Each year, the NCORE-ISCORE Project Office accepts applications from students interested in attending NCORE. These students attend NCORE in May. In the fall, the students complete research projects in U ST 321—NCORE Scholars: Race and Ethnicity in the U.S. In the spring they use their research to plan and present at ISCORE.

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WE DID NOT CROSS THE BORDER, THE BORDER CROSSED US: Supporting Latinx/a/o communities that have been racialized during immigration

Dai'Tynn Coppage-Walker , Francis Jayoma , Tiffany Farrell and Regine Peters

2020-03-06 ISCORE 2020

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Generational Trauma: How it Affects Native Americans and Their Communities

Austin Thoreson , Tiffany Contreras , Natalie Figueroa-Félix , Rene Chavez and Nadine Veasley

2020-03-06 ISCORE 2020

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Asian American and Pacific Islanders: Slipping through the Cracks

Daniel Acuña , Dimitri English , Lynette Kwaw-Mensah and Tiffany Poen

2020-03-06 ISCORE 2020

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

When “Where are you from?” truly means “You do not belong here”: Globalization, displacement, and discrimination

Oni Chavez Wright , Diana Elizabeth Echiverria , Jose Angel Carranza and Hiba Salih

2020-03-06 ISCORE 2020

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

The “Black Bermuda Triangle”: Succeeding when you are set up to fail

Ariadna Delgado Ruiz , Tate Blankespoor , Scott Nguyễn and Javelis Marín Castro

2020-03-06 ISCORE 2020

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

You’re on Stolen Land: Examining Environmental Racism against Native Americans

Cassidy Boe , Deleigha Hodges , Paloma Mate-Kodjo and Cristian Olmos

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Yesterday, Today, and Before Tomorrow: How Have Attitudes Towards Interracial Relationships Changed from Baby Boomers to Millennials

Brandon Turner , Alexandra De Los Santos , Faith Gaye and Modeste Kenne

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

My Predominantly White Institution Doesn’t Include Me: Asian American Student Experiences

Summer Castillo , Naomi Barnie , Julissa Garcia and Abdirahman Omar

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Do I GOT too Much Melanin?? (Asking for a friend): The Effects of Colorism within the Latinx Community

Nahla Atroon , Fabrice Eteka , Madelin Spikes and Satoria Williams

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

From Fields to Cells: A Discussion on how the U.S. Prison System is Today’s Slavery

Carolina De Avila , Maria Fonseca , Luis Gonzalez and Lincoln Lutrick

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations