THE FALL 2020 DIVERSITY FORUM IS VIRTUAL!
RECRUIT PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS
GRADUATE SCHOOL PREPARATION WORKSHOPS
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Welcome

The Fall 2020 California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education will be hosted virtually!  Mark your calendar for October 12-16 for a five day extended experience with dynamic speakers, engaging workshops, professional development opportunities, graduate school preparation, and informative conversations with graduate recruiters.

Details are still being finalized for student participants and recruiting institutions. Please check back periodically for the most up-to-date information.

Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 Diversity Forums

2057

Student Attendees

407

Recruiting Institutions

56

Professional Development Workshops

Participating in the Diversity Forum

Diversity

Student attendees represent the amazing kaleidoscope of California's diversity.  Most attendees are low-income and first generation students.

Academic Excellence

Invitations are sent to high-achieving students interested in pursuing a graduate degree.  Many are affiliated with preparation programs, such as the California Pre-Doctoral Program, McNair Scholars, UC LEADS, etc.

All Disciplines

Every academic field is represented at the Forum, from Arts to Life Sciences, Social Sciences to Engineering, and Humanities to Physical Sciences.

Recruiter Fair

Each Forum allocates two hours of exclusive time with graduate recruiters, starting at Noon.

Attendee List

Contact and academic details of student attendees are shared with recruiting institutions for additional outreach.

Sponsorships

Elevate your institution and branding through a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Elite Sponsorship.

Workshops

Professional development workshops are hosted throughout the day and cover topics related to graduate admissions and best practices for succeeding in graduate school.

Pre-Doc Dinner

Registered recruiters are invited to attend the California Pre-Doctoral Program's Dinner and Reception on the Friday before the Forum and directly recruit Sally Casanova Scholars.

Guidebook

The entire program is hosted through the conference app Guidebook.  Recruiting institutions can customize their content and provide the most updated information at the click of a button.

Advertisements

Proudly display your brand on this website and the conference app, Guidebook.

Analytics

Review traffic metrics and attendee demographics to enhance and maximize your interactions with prospective students. 

Discounts

Purchasing Fall and Spring recruiting tables, advertisements, and sponsorships includes a $200 discount.

Upcoming Forums

Virtual
October 12-16, 2020


Contact Us

Raynell Hamilton
Co-Chair, Northern Planning Committee
rthamilton@ucdavis.edu
530-752-9931

Rebecca Rivas
Co-Chair, Southern Planning Committee
rrivas1@cpp.edu
909-869-3331