The annual Diversity Research and Mentorship Forum 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 faculty poster session, lunch, faculty, postdoctoral scholar, and student panel, and table fair for campus resources.
This event is sponsored by the Graduate College, the Office of Diversity Initiatives, the Intersection, the Graduate and Professional Student Association, and the Office of Undergraduate Research.
We are currently accepting undergraduate and graduate student, and postdoctoral scholar poster session participants. Please check out the poster session information below and register by Monday, September 30.
This is a medallion-qualifying event for UNLV graduate & professional students. For additional information, please see the Graduate College Medallion Program website. This event also fulfills the campus cultural event requirement for the Grad Rebel Advantage Program. For additional details, please see the program website.