Dr. Alice Holloway Young Diversity Series

This series recognizes the pioneering spirit and outstanding leadership of Alice Holloway Young, Ed.D., a leading Rochester educator and founding trustee and board chair emerita of Monroe Community College.

Purpose: To promote and support a collegewide annual activity that addresses diversity and inclusion.

Short-term Goal: To raise awareness and engage the college community in dialogue about “The Power of Diversity.”

Long-term Goal: To promote a diverse and inclusive environment; to become a workplace of choice in the community; to spawn diversity-related activities; and, to embed diversity in college programs.

Previous Events

  1. The Power of Diversity
    featuring Johnetta B. Cole, Ph.D.
    President, Bennett College for Women, and Chair, United Way of America Board of Trustees

  2. Unintentional Intolerance, What Nice People Need to Know:
    A presentation by Steve L. Robbins, Ph.D. on diversity on-campus

  3. Gary R. Howard on Diversity
    Founder of REACH Center, National Speaker, and Author on multi-cultural issues
    Thursday, November 15th, 2007 -
    Damon City Campus
    Friday, November 16th, 2007 - Brighton Campus