Celebrating unique identities is an important part of our work with alumni and friends across the globe. It is our mission to offer exceptional opportunities to create and maintain meaningful connections with one other and with the University of Rochester. Whether it be a film screening, networking events, conversations, or social hours, it is our commitment to provide resources and experiences for you, for whatever you need, wherever you live.
As active participants in various multicultural, diversity, and inclusion-focused initiatives, we work closely with our partners in the Office of Minority Student Affairs, Office of Faculty Development and Diversity, Student Activities, David T. Kearns Center, and with other affiliated groups. Each year, the University of Rochester, in partnership with these offices, presents a report on Diversity & Inclusion. Check out the eleventh annual report published in October 2017.
This electronic news feed shares current diversity and inclusion news from the University of Rochester with alumni and friends.
Don’t miss this annual celebration of the best of the University of Rochester. Meet fellow alumni, hear exceptional speakers, enjoy first-class entertainment, and attend special events. Diversity and Inclusion related events are frequent throughout the weekend. Save the date for Meliora Weekend 2018: October 4-7!
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For more information on multicultural programming, contact Chloe Corcoran ’04, associate director of alumni relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chloe Corcoran ’04 is a Rochester native and proud alumna of the University of Rochester, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and history. She is currently working towards her Ph.D. in higher education, focusing on diversity and inclusion issues, and is passionate about her inclusion work on a professional, academic, and community level. Chloe is responsible for identity-based programming and is always interested in hearing from alumni about ideas on how we all can help celebrate the uniqueness of Rochester alumni.