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

Voices of Diversity: Student Athletes Panel Event 

Student Athletes!   
We want to hear from you!    

 

Apply to be a panelist for the Voices of Diversity: Student Athletes spring panel!   

   

Whether this is your first year at Rutgers or your last, we’re eager to learn from students at all stages of their studies and across all kinds of athletic sports across Rutgers! We want to learn more about your experiences both in class and on the field at Rutgers.  

Apply here.

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 International Student Stories (Fall 2023) (349 KB)

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

Sign up for our e-mail list to receive information about registering for these events, along with information about other teaching & learning events.

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