Professional Development for Diversity
The Office of Diversity Affairs provides professional development opportunities to help underrepresented students, faculty, and house staff advance their opportunities in medicine.
Intersections Dialogue Series
The Intersections Dialogue Series explores the intersections of identities within medicine and healthcare. The series provides an opportunity for community discourse and reflection on biological, social, and cultural categories—including class, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, and others—and their impact on and within medicine.
We offer these dialogues throughout the year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, the Intersections Dialogue Series has been paused. We will resume at a later date.
Faculty Leadership Development Program
Our Faculty Leadership Development Program provides support, mentorship, and professional development to underrepresented in medicine (URiM) junior faculty at NYU Langone. The advancement and support of URiM faculty is a core component of NYU Langone’s strategy to diversify and retain our faculty. Learn more about the Faculty Leadership Development Program.
House Staff Professional Development Program
Our House Staff Professional Development Program provides support, mentorship, and networking opportunities to underrepresented in medicine (URiM) residents and fellows at NYU Langone. Like the Faculty Leadership Development Program for URiM junior faculty, the House Staff Professional Development Program provides a formal opportunity for mentorship as URiM individuals advance along their path in academic medicine. Learn more about the House Staff Professional Development Program.