Diversity Research & Mentorship Reception


Oct. 15, 2019, 11am to 1pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Ballroom A & B
students and mentors


Join us for the fifth annual Diversity Research and Mentorship Reception.This event annually showcases undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty/staff who are from diverse backgrounds and/or whose research is on diversity. Diversity is defined broadly and includes, but is not limited to, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, age, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ideologies, and physical abilities. This year there will be an undergraduate and graduate student and postdoctoral scholar poster session, lunch, faculty and student panel, and table fair for campus multicultural organizations.

2019 Schedule

  • 10:45 am: Check-in
  • 11–11:30 am: Poster Session, Table Fair, and Lunch
  • 11:30 am–12:20 pm: Faculty and Graduate Student Panel
  • 12:20–12:35 pm: Q&A
  • 12:35–1 pm: Poster Session, Table fair, and Raffle

For additional information, including on presenting a poster at the panel and the schedule of activities, please see the Diversity Research and Mentorship webpage.

Admission Information

This event is open to UNLV students, faculty and staff. RSVP here.

The Graduate College is now using Event Pass for all events and workshops. For easy check-in at the event, generate an Event Pass QR code by visiting involvementcenter.unlv.edu, signing in with your ACE account, clicking on the profile icon in the top right, and choosing Event Pass. This QR code can be used for all UNLV Graduate College events and workshops, so save it to your Apple Wallet, Google Pay, or photos. Attendees without an ACE account will be checked in by the Graduate College team on the day of the event.

Contact Information

Graduate College
Valarie Burke

Event Sponsor

This event is sponsored by the Graduate College, the Office of Diversity Initiatives, the Intersection, the Graduate and Professional Student Association, the Office of Undergraduate Research, the Office of Community Engagement, the College of Liberal Arts, and the Center for Academic Enrichment & Outreach.