Marc C. David, Assistant Dean of Students for Multicultural Student Affairs, will be presenting at the upcoming National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) in Miami, Florida. The title of the presentation is "Greek Letter Alternatives: The Search for Brotherhood and Sisterhood in Emerging Multicultural Student Organizations."
The presentation explores some of the alternative student organizations that have emerged at the nation's top 100 liberal arts colleges, particularly on campuses where there is a dissatisfaction with Greek life, limited options for Greek societies, or the absence of Greek letter organizations altogether.
The presentation will conclude with a panel discussion by members of three Hamilton student organizations: Kris Rios of Brothers, Jackie Kook with the Intercultural Womyn's Empowerment Series, and Nathaly Francois of Sustah Girl.
David has presented at the past three NCORE conferences. Previous presentations have included "Protest 101: Lessons Learned from Forty Years of Student Activism," and "Searching for Social Space: The Rebirth of the Afro Latin Cultural Center."
For more information about the presentation or the conference, contact Marc C. David by phone at 315-859-4021 or by Email at Mdavid@hamilton.edu.