Voices of Diversity

Voices of Diversity: A Panel Series for Faculty

The Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences Office of Undergraduate Education presents a student panel discussion series titled Voices of Diversity: Rutgers Student Stories. This series is intended for a instructor audience.

Voices of Diversity is:

A place for Rutgers students to share their experiences and identities with instructors.
A place for Rutgers instructors to learn about their students’ diverse perspectives and experiences

Student Advisory Board

The panel series is guided by a Student Advisory Board of SAS students who:

  • Help shape the themes and topics for the panel series
  • Help recruit student panelists
  • Participate as panelists
  • Help evaluate the success of the series

To learn more about our previous panels, please see the Key Takeaways below:

pdf Students with Disabilities (Fall 2022) (284 KB)

pdf LGBTQ+ Student Stories (Spring 2022) (967 KB)

pdf First-Generation College Students at Rutgers (Spring 2022) (862 KB)

pdf Non-traditional Students at Rutgers (Fall 2021) (885 KB)

pdf Returning to Rutgers (Fall 2021) (809 KB)

Learning Through COVID

Women in Stem

Black Lives at Rutgers

Facing Uncertainty: Returning to Campus and Life After Rutgers

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This series is supported by a Diversity Innovation Grant from the Rutgers Division of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement. We thank them for their support.

For questions or assistance please contact Jenevieve DeLosSantos at jdelossantos@sas.rutgers.edu