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Rochester Equity & Access Leadership (REAL) Conversations

On Wednesday, November 30th from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Eastern.  The Office of Alumni Relations and Constituent Engagement is partnering with the Frederick Douglass Institute & Department of Black Studies, the Diversity Advisory Council, the University Office of Equity, School of Medicine and Dentistry, and the Institutional Office of Equity and Inclusion to present “Understanding White Supremacy: Decoding the Actions of the White Power Movement” .

In this REAL Conversation, Dr. Kathleen Belew will connect the dots between current events—acts of hate, racial violence—and the deep, violent roots of white supremacy in this country. Belew will also provide information on what we can do to prevent it. This discussion will be followed by a Q&A session moderated by Jeffrey Q. McCune, Jr, Director of the Frederick Douglass Institute & Department of Black Studies.

Advance registration is requested, and details and registration are available on the event page. I would be grateful if you would please share this event within Arts, Sciences & Engineering and promote it further as you see fit to the campus community.  

In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is spotlighting our faculty, scientists, post docs and Advisory Board members. We celebrate their contributions and achievements in the department, as well as their guidance and leadership in academia and industry.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May 2022

Women’s History MonthDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Women's History Month Spotlight 2022

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