Academic - Intercollegiate Special Interest Programming Leadership


NCORE-ISCORE Scholars and Ambassadors are students who work with the NCORE-ISCORE Office throughout the school year and into the beginning of the summer. Students can be selected as NCORE scholars through an application process. They will attend pre-departure meetings in the spring. They attend NCORE in May/early June. In the fall, the Scholars complete research projects in U ST 321. In the spring, they use their research to plan and present at ISCORE. Student alumni of the NCORE-ISCORE Project can continue to be active in the mission by working for the NCORE-ISCORE Office as Office Ambassadors. Ambassadors are peer educators, using their experience to create change on campus, and being spokespeople for the project.


Constitution / Tier

File Constitution2022-2023-NCORE-ISCOREScholarsandAmbassadors1.docx
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 8
ISU Members 1
Non-ISU Members 0
Allowed Members
Allowed Officers
Membership Qualifications
Membership Restrictions
Elections/Selection Elections will be held at the beginning of the fall semester. Members will nominate and elect officers in the first 2 meetings of the semester. Officers will retain their position for the academic year.
Meetings Meetings will be held during biweekly. Days will be established based on member availability at the beginning of each semester. Meeting days will be listed on the organization's page.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Meetings will discuss organization business, upcoming projects, and recruitment opportunities. Ambassadors will be main recruiters for the following year's Scholars Cohort.

Description of Special Events

Student Scholars will present research projects at the Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE) each year in March. Ambassadors may participate in ISCORE in a variety of ways.