The Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture (ISPRC) is directed by Janet E. Helms, Ph.D. In addition, collaborators with interests in studying or policy making with a racial or cultural focus are invited to serve as Institute collaborators. The Institute's multi-site research and training perspective and applied emphasis will make it possible to address the educational and psychological issues of a variety of populations.
Diversity Challenge 2019
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October 25-26, 2019
We invite you to view complete 2019 Diversity Challenge information, including our Call for Proposals for this year's theme:
"Race, Culture, & WHMP: Survival, Resistance, and Healing in the Current Social Climate."
Diversity Challenge by the Numbers
Total Number of Challenges since the first Diversity Challenge began in October, 2001
Total Number of Participants who have attended Diversity Challenge. This number includes attendees from 50 States and 22 Countries
Total Number of Presentations, including Invited Speakers sessions, Workshops, Symposia, Structured Discussions, Individual Presentations and Posters
Highlighted below are some of the more topical or requested areas of current ISPRC projects or information. Please check out our News tab to read about current and noteworthy happenings of the Institute.
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Upcoming ISPRC Events and News
2/21/19 Thursday- 7:15-9:00pm - Campion 306
RCC Meeting: Dating and Toxic Masculinity
2/26/19 Tuesday- 12:30-2:00pm Campion 306
INSTA Meeting: Acculturation and a Sense of Belongingness
3/26/19 Tuesday- 12:30-2:00pm Campion 306
INSTA Meeting: Meaningful Relationships: the Self and Our Social Networks
4/30/19 Tuesday- 12:30-2:00pm Campion 306
INSTA Meeting: The Discussion about Research and Social Justice
10/25-26/19 - Diversity Challenge Conference, Boston College