Scientist and humanitarian Albert Einstein agrees to lend his name to our new medical school. He specifies that there be no discrimination with regard to race or creed.
The Martin Luther King Jr. — Robert F. Kennedy Program is established to help prepare minority under-graduates for medical school.
The Einstein Senate forms a Minority Affairs Committee to recruit and retain minority students.
The Einstein Enrichment Program
is established to enable minority and/or economically disadvantaged secondary school students who are academically motivated to pursue careers in science, medicine and health.
Einstein participates for the first time in the AMSNY Post-Baccalaur-eate Program
at SUNY Buffalo. The goal of the program is to expand the pool of under-represented minority and educationally and economically disadvan-taged students
Einstein establishes the Hispanic Center of Excellence
, joining a group of distinguished 2012institutions that serve the healthcare needs of the Hispanic community.
Einstein introduces the Office of Diversity Mentoring
to help members of underrepresented groups at Einstein build successful careers in research and healthcare.
The Safe Zone Allies Program/Safe Zone Mentoring Program is designed to increase understanding of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) persons and improve the institutional climate.
More than 60 Einstein faculty members and staff, including the Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Planning Committee, attend a TIMELINEplanning team retreat. Attendees finalize recommendations and goals for the Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan for Excellence.
Einstein announces its first comprehensive Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan for Excellence and launches an implementation action plan.
Einstein announces the appointment of its first Senior Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion who will provide leadership in continuing to implement the many facets of Einstein’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan for Excellence.