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Diversity in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

The goal of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine curricula and fellowship programs is to prepare rehabilitation professionals to work successfully and in partnership with people of all ages and from all kinds of backgrounds. Students are taught in the classroom and through practical experiences the importance of valuing individual and cultural differences.

By actively recruiting students, fellows and faculty from diverse backgrounds, among them race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, gender, and disability status, we strive to achieve representation of the diverse multifaceted community we serve. We are committed to cultivating diversity in our students and faculty through mentorship, outreach, and recruitment activities, and by fostering the development and interchange of ideas among diverse viewpoints within our classrooms and seminars.

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