The Our Time Has Come (OTHC) scholarship program began with the mindfulness that no one understood the challenges of students of color better than alumni of color. That shared experience inspires alumni to support the scholarship each year. The Office of Multicultural Advancement created a new venture—the leadership program—to provide monthly professional development programming to help black and Latino students flourish on their career paths before graduation and enter the workforce with a strong community behind them. Continue Reading
The Office of Program Development has a new name: the Office of Multicultural Advancement. Simultaneously, the office has announced the formation of a new alumni advisory council. Both moves are intended to further the Office of Multicultural Advancement’s mission fostering diverse alumni involvement with the University and supporting Black and Latino students.
On November 2, Our Time Has Come Scholars headed to New York City for a career immersion at global media company Turner.
The sheer volume of summertime barbecues can be overwhelming, as nearly every weekend seems to bring about an opportunity to socialize with friends and family over tasty, flame-grilled food.
The Office of Program Development welcomes Miko Horn ’95, as its new director of alumni events. Horn comes to SU with significant event planning experience, most recently as director of events for the Allan Houston Legacy Foundation, where she collaborated with the NBA and several community partners and organizations to strengthen relationships between fathers and children.
The Office of Program Development is pleased to introduce Arianne Dowdell as its new senior director, operations and partnerships. Dowdell is a Syracuse University alumna, earning her master’s degree in Television Radio and Film at Newhouse. She also earned a law degree from Wayne State University.
On June 3, the first-ever multicultural alumni picnic was held at New Jersey’s Liberty State Park. Continue Reading
Graduation marks a milestone for young scholars, particularly students of color, many of whom are also the first in their family to attend college. Continue Reading
A trio of keynote speakers of color came to the Syracuse University campus during May’s convocation and Commencement season. Continue Reading