CRE2 supports a dynamic suite of CRE2-led research endeavors and projects. Black Papers are authoritative reports authored by Washington University faculty that aim to assist stakeholders and community members to better understand issues/subjects, make decisions, or solve problems.
Our Working Paper Series offers CRE2 Affiliates the opportunity to share work that is nearing completion and receive productive feedback prior to publication. Similarly, the CRE2 Research Workshop series serves as a hub for scholarly exchange where Postdoctoral and Faculty Affiliates and CRE2 Graduate Fellows can discuss work at various stages, benefit from cross-disciplinary perspectives, and test ideas/claims. The WUSM-CRE2 Grand Rounds partnership connects colleagues interested in health, race and/or ethnicity across specialties, disciplines, and schools within Washington University Medical School’s Grand Rounds educational tradition. And the Latinx | Latin American Race & Ethnicity Research Advisory group—the first of its kind within CRE2—is a rapid, focused group of leading scholars that will help ensure that CRE2 supports an infrastructure to catalyze innovative research initiatives on race, ethnicity, equity across Latin America and throughout the Latinx diaspora.