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The Commission on Racial/Ethnic Diversity


David Cranage
, Chair
David's email address: dac2

The Commission on Racial/Ethnic Diversity (CORED) was appointed in 1989 by Penn State President Bryce Jordan as a University-wide advisory body to the President of Penn State in matters relating to racial and ethnic diversity. The commission is dedicated to enhancing the University's climate for diversity at all of its locations in the Commonwealth.

Although the commission's primary function is to advise the President of Penn State, CORED is also a resource for all University departments and individuals seeking to improve Penn State's climate for diversity. We invite you to explore our Web site for more information about CORED and diversity at Penn State

CORED Mission Statement

The Commission on Racial/Ethnic Diversity commits to lead and actively support university-wide diversity initiatives that foster teamwork, collaboration and communication among various racial and ethnic constituencies in order to ensure inclusion, equal opportunity, and success for underrepresented/underserved communities and community members of Penn State and the surrounding areas.

Helpful Links

Commission Information

Commission Meetings

 

2013-14 Schedule of Meetings and Special Events

February 12, 2014

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
404 Old Main
University Park campus

 

Commission Documents

Bylaws

2013-14 membership list

CORED past chairs, 1989-2012

CORED current initiatives and activities

 

CORED Publications


CORED Brochure