• ISCORE 2019

    ISCORE 2019


The 20th year of the Thomas L. Hill Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE).

Preconference


An Inclusive Classroom Framework: Resources, Onboarding Approach and Ongoing Programs from CELT at Iowa State University

Laura Bestler and Sara Marcketti

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

"The Real World"—NCORE: The Journey of the Professional Development Academy

Carmen Flagge, Audrey Kennis and Keith Robinder

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

Turning ISCORE Attendance into Action

Kurt Earnest, Matthew D. Pistilli, Jenn Plagman-Galvin and Leslie Winters

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

Complicating Diversity Outcomes: Differentiating Multicultural Competence, Intercultural Effectiveness, and Critical Consciousness

Rosemary Perez, L. Wesley Harris, Jessica Adams and Romina Holder

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

But What Does this Have to do with Engineering? Designing and Implementing Cultural Awareness Interventions for First-Year Students: A Panel Discussion

Clayton Johnson, Ashley Morton, Santos Núñez, Mackenzie Schwartz, Lindsay Frueh and Ben McCarty

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

Race and Human Trafficking

Alissa Stoehr

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

Impact of Mentoring Relationships on Student Identity: Using a Developmental Framework as a Guide to Effective Mentoring Practices

Lynn Lundy Evans, Ashley Garrin and Thelma Harding

2019-02-27 ISCORE 2019

Conference


First-Generation Mentoring from our Ancestors: An Unbounded Critical Pedagogy

Araceli Lopez-Valdivia and Ricardo Martinez

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Where do I Belong? Improving Support for Queer and/or Transgender Students of Color (QTSOC) on Campus

Janae Due and Taylore Stoeckler

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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

Also a part of:

Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Home-to-Prison Pipeline

Kennesha Woods

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Monsters We Make: Teaching Othering and Privilege Through the Lens of Horror

Chloe N. Clark

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Critical Consciousness: Moving from Critical Awareness to Critically Informed Action to Interrupt, Contest, and Dismantle Racism

L. Wesley Harris, Jessica Adams, Romina Holder and Nicole Russell

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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

Also a part of:

Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Storytelling as a Means of Fostering a Sense of Belonging and Community for Multicultural Students and Staff

Grace Ritter, Taylor Perkins and Adriana Gonzalez

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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

Also a part of:

Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

The NCORE Experience: An @ISUPD Perspective

Natasha Greene

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Caught Between Two Worlds: How First Generation College Students Navigate the Campus Setting

Samantha Hirschman

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

The Student-Athlete Experience through a Multicultural Lens

Braxton Lewis, Jalen Ford, Chandler Diercks, Sydney Converse, Hilary Green, Jorge Utrilla, Lawrence White, Alanna Campbell, Greg Eisworth, Tavin Hays, Candelaria Herrera, Braxton Lewis and Mason Weh

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Not an Epidemic: How Our Fear of Fatness is Rooted in Colonialism

Cassidy Boe

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Developing a Coalition of Black Male Student Success at Iowa State University

Arnold Woods and Kabongwe (KB) Gwebu

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

“IS-tú:” Exploring the ISU Latinx Community Through a Class Podcast

Megan Myers, Julissa Garcia, Jennifer Nunez and Lorena San Elias Martinez

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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

Also a part of:

Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Latinx in Iowa: Not the New Iowans

Vanessa Espinoza and Jeanne Connelly

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Unheard Voices: The Black Male Experience

Johnnie Campbell, Julian Neely, Miccah Mohorne, Tyran Price, Markus Flynn and Brandon Turner

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Exploring Identity Through Film: A Day in the Life of an MVP Scholar

Jessica Mena Flores, Andrew Jessip, Tabatha Cruz, Ariana Mora, Tabatha Cruz, First-Year Scholars, Multicultural Vision Program, Alejandra Flores, Jessica Mena Flores and Kenyatta Shamburger

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Black Faculty and Staff Association: History to Now

Thelma Harding, Angela Shaw, Barbara Woods, Connie Hargrave and Samone Whitfield

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Erasure of Students of Color from the Archives at Iowa State University

Luis Gonzalez and Amanda Larsen

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

The Anatomy of a Black Woman: The Exploration of Identity Through Art, Poetry, and Pedagogy

Janae Due and Petra Lange

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

To Be Invisible or Not: Understanding Experiences of Underrepresented Students in STEM

Jocelyn Jackson, Rudisang Motshubi and Blayne Stone

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

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

Also a part of:

Collection: NCORE-ISCORE Student Scholar Presentations

Leaders Enhancing Agriculture, Diversity, Inclusion, and Trust (LEAD IT) Collective

Elizabeth Martinez-Podolsky, Erica Parker, Amali Stephens, Eboni Adderley and Taylor Hintch

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

What Study Abroad Taught Me about Anti-Racist Student Affairs Practice

Kelly Moroney

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Changing the Conversation: I am not a Minority

Maria L. Espino and Brian Le

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

On Being Scholars: An Autoethnographic Account of Black Men in Graduate Programs Discovering and Developing their Scholar Identity

Kabongwe (KB) Gwebu, Blayne Stone, Jarrel T. Johnson and Steven B. Waddell

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Walking in Someone Else’s shoes: A Modified Privilege Walk

Amali Stephens, Lia Gomez, Theodore Bong, Guadalupe Estrada, Lia Gomez, Kennady Lilly, Sydney Paris, Kyla Yuza-Pate, Corey Welch, Kyla Yuza-Pate, Remi Smith and Sydney Paris

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

So, Now What? Integrating NCORE-ISCORE Ideals into Our Daily Lives

Laura Bestler, Shawna Saad, Jaclyn Tungesvik and Mike Giles

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019

Urban Ecosystem Project: Promoting Iowa State University’s School of Education Pre-Service Teachers in Culturally Responsive Science Teaching Approaches

Austin Castillo-Leovan, Jayde Gartner and Stephanie Schneider

2019-03-01 ISCORE 2019