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Meet seven students who are actively working to ensure Rochester maintains a climate of respect where everyone is free to learn, teach, and work. With support from their faculty and staff advisors, these students are striving to make the University ever better.
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In the three months since former US attorney Mary Jo White released the results of her independent investigation, the University has made significant progress on each of the report’s specific recommendations and has also chosen to broaden its response to address a more comprehensive set of issues related to diversity, respect, and inclusion. In many cases the University’s response will go well beyond the recommendations made in the White Report.
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Experts trained in a method of conflict resolution called “restorative practices” have been engaged by the University to rebuild trust in the wake of the White Report. Members of the University community who are interested in learning more are encouraged to attend a workshop, "Healing Harm and Rebuilding Community Through Restorative Practices,” on Monday, March 26, in the Wegmans Hall auditorium.

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