Thanks for visiting the homepage for the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education (CREDE), which was formerly the Multicultural Center. Here, you will see that the CREDE is not only a physical space located on the second floor of Moseley, but is also the center of support for our ALANAM (African/Black, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native and Multiracial) communities and the convener of student diversity education campus-wide. As you explore our website, I invite you to consider how the CREDE’s mission intersects with your interests. With various skills and expertise, the entire staff shares an authentic desire to assist students in their identity development and intercultural competence. We are constantly seeking opportunities to partner with students, faculty, staff, and others excited about “creating a campus where all members exercise inclusion and individuals flourish.”
Enjoy your stay on our website, visit often, and connect with us through social media to learn about the ever-growing programs, trainings, workshops, and services that we offer in the development of students. Colleagues, too, will find value!
Randy Williams, Ph.D.
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Elon University's Brooke Barnett and Randy Williams offered wisdom and advice in a newspaper guest column for how people can start conversations about race.
Staff, faculty and students shared thoughts in a Friday program hosted by the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education that concluded with handwritten notes of support to a South Carolina church where nine people were killed days earlier because of their race.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education, collaborated with colleagues from Bowie State University in Maryland to present research on black males in education at the Institute for Study of African American Child (iSAAC) Conference on Research Directions (CORD) held May 3-6, 2015 in Hilton Head, S.C.
Hundreds of Elon University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Moseley Center on Tuesday to speak out against acts of bias and discrimination that harm the community and devalue the lives of black students.
The 22nd annual event honored students for academic achievement and excellence in the Elon experiences.
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