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"Life@UVa: On-Grounds Experiences of People of Color"

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22

2:00 - 3:30 PM

Harrison-Small Special Collections Library Auditorium

Presented by the University Library


This panel discussion will address the past, present, and future experiences of people of color at the University of Virginia. Panelists will share their experiences at U.Va. as people of color as well as their ideas as to how U.Va. can improve recruitment, retention, and enrollment of minority students, staff, and faculty.

 

Confirmed panelists:

Maria Chee, Associate Director of Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies

Valerie Gregory, Associate Dean of Admissions

Jessica McCauley, Virginia-North Carolina Alliance Program Coordinator

Julie Roa, Multicultural Student Services Program Coordinator

Maurice Walker, Program Coordinator for Upward Bound

 

A reception will follow the panel discussion.

 

 

"We Are U.Va." - Library Exhibit

This exhibit, curated by Petrina Jackson, Head of Instruction & Outreach at the University of Virginia Special Collections Library, draws on our University Archives holdings and features some of the organizations, publications, and activities of University's diverse student population. The exhibit will be located in the lobby of the Harrison Institute auditorium and will be there to view from Tuesday, January 21st – Friday, January 31st, 2014.