What a world this will be when human possibilities are freed, when we discover each other…W. E. B. Du Bois
The Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2) at Washington University in St. Louis works to bring into conversation and collaboration faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars and researchers, and residents and trainees on all campuses whose research examines race and/or ethnicity.
CRE2 welcomes faculty, graduate students, staff, postdocs, and residents and trainees to become Affiliates of the Center. Affiliates should be interested in interacting with a community of scholars across disciplines engaging in research, learning, and community practices that seek to expand the understanding of race/ethnicity locally, nationally, and globally. CRE2 Affiliates are central to the pursuit of our research, learning, and community endeavors. Affiliates are eligible to apply for a range of CRE2 funding opportunities, benefit from enhanced visibility to colleagues, funders, and collaborators, and can connect to expansive interdisciplinary networks. Postdoc and resident and trainee affiliates also can enjoy professional development opportunities. Affiliates must have full-time status on any Washington University campus and be interested in the study of race/ethnicity. We offer CRE2 Affiliate status to Washington University faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars and researchers, graduate students, and residents and trainees.