BeTogether Alumni Conference
NYU BeTogether Alumni Conference
The NYU BeTogether Alumni Conference is a collaboration between the NYU Office of Alumni Relations and the NYU Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation. This special conference is designed to center the vitality of our diverse alumni communities at NYU, to highlight the efforts of individuals building a pipeline of diverse alumni, and champions the work of our flagship alumni identity networks at NYU, including the:
Launched by the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation in 2020, the university-wide NYU BeTogether effort represents:
- a commitment to center global inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access in every aspect of university life—with the knowledge that this will mean working through contestation, difficulty, and disagreement. Contestation is not a problem to be fixed or solved—it is part of the process and part of the foundation of this work;
- a challenge to meaningfully engage across difference in our shared spaces, inviting many voices into dialogue; and
- the next action-oriented phase of work that began in 2017–2018, when 21,000 NYU students, faculty, and staff participated in the Being@NYU campus climate assessment to evaluate the living, learning, and working environment at NYU. NYU BeTogether is a focused and purposeful effort to foster growth and improvement in 12 focus data themes identified in the assessment.
Supporting the work of the Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation can start today with your contribution. Join our university-wide effort to center global inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access in everything that we do.
Please consider donating to support current NYU students and BeTogether related initiatives at NYU. Donations made through this registration process will count towards NYU One Day, the University-wide 24-hour day of giving. 100% of your optional donation will support University initiatives and count toward NYU One Day.