NEOMED is pleased to honor deserving students, as nominated by their peers, faculty, staff and mentors, who help promote diversity at the University and in their profession. Please join NEOMED faculty, staff and students as we learn about the University’s continued commitment to embracing diversity and fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment at the reception.
The Embracing Diversity Series at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) brings attention to and focus on competencies around various diverse topics and cultural issues. Through lectures, panel discussions and programs, we aim to educate and enlighten students, faculty, staff and the community. Please join us as we embrace our similarities and our differences, and recognize and celebrate our diversity.
Join the College of Pharmacy’s Kimberly Kennedy for an exciting evening of information, crafts and entertainment that gives an insight to America’s indigenous people. Traditional Native American refreshments will be provided and performances will start at 6 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public.
Online registration is open now.
This event is sponsored by NEOMED’s Embracing Diversity Series.
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