Graduate Student Affiliate status is open to graduate students on all Washington University campuses with an active interest in race/ethnicity.
To become a Graduate Student Affiliate, review the Graduate Student Affiliate Responsibilities, fill out a brief intake survey, and after submitting the survey complete the Graduate Student Affiliate Intake Form below.
Graduate Affiliate responsibilities include:
- Provide an updated CV annually, as well as notify CRE2 of pertinent changes that need to be made to their profile
- Complete annual Graduate Affiliate Survey
- Acknowledge CRE2 support on publications, conference papers, posters, and other scholarly products that used CRE2 funding
- Share their research (e.g., present at a CRE2 sponsored seminars) and its impact
- Communicate any obstacles as well as needs to CRE2
- Willing to be highlighted in CRE2 publications that feature race/ethnicity at the University
- Timely response to CRE2 staff during reporting periods (e.g., annual Affiliate surveys, annual progress reports, infrastructure grants, and other center-based grant initiatives)
Graduate Affiliates are encouraged to:
- Share key individual or organizational race/ethnicity related opportunities with CRE2
- Regularly attend CRE2 events
- Propose events that could bring outside race/ethnicity scholars to Washington University
- Collaborate on race/ethnicity projects with CRE2 staff and Affiliates
- Be responsive to fellow Affiliates’ inquiries about their academic work
- Identify other scholars who might benefit from CRE2 affiliation
- Serve on CRE2 Undergraduate Research Paper Review Committees.