Check out the Draft of Brown University’s Diversity Action Plan!Posted on: May 06th, 2015
In addition to the Building on Distinction Strategic Plan, the University has released a draft of the Diversity Action Plan to provide the framework and augment the goals set forth in the Strategic Plan. This draft is a living document. Take a look at the priorities and goals mentioned here. Feel free to send us your thoughts – this is the perfect opportunity to be engaged in this process!
CHECK IT OUT HERE: Brown University Diversity Action Plan
First-Gen Campus VoicesPosted on: Apr 12th, 2015
So proud of these first generation campus voices and the work of 1vyG, a student group formed last Spring at Brown and co-founded by Manuel Conteras ’16. Check out some stories here and visit the 1vyG website here!
BULAC to host All-Class Reunion in the Fall of 2015!Posted on: Jan 10th, 2015
EXCITING NEWS! BULAC is seeking to host its 1st Annual All-Class Reunion in the Fall of 2015. It is our hope that this reunion will feature sessions, speakers and events that bridge the alumni, student and University community. BUT, we need YOU! BULAC is seeking proposals that reflect the rich history and future of BULAC and Latino students at Brown. Email proposals/ideas to email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your interest and support – we look forward to seeing proposals for what’s sure to be an exciting weekend!
2013-2014 Annual ReportPosted on: Dec 29th, 2014
Saludos BULAC members,
BULAC is grateful for the strong leadership provided by Dania Matos and the previous BULAC board. We are pleased to invite you to view BULAC’s Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Annual Report! It is our hope that the new board can continue to build on the momentum and success created. Please take a look at BULAC’s Keep an eye out for future BULAC events, particularly our annual Back-to-Campus Weekend hosted in the Spring.
Alyse Ruiz ’09
Welcome!Posted on: Mar 12th, 2014
Saludos Brown Latino Alumni,
We are pleased to invite you to view BULAC’s Fiscal Year 2012-13 Annual Report! We are so proud of what we have been able to accomplish over the past year and are excited to build upon our rich history and accomplishments.
We know that none of the work we do on behalf of the BULAC community would be possible without the support of all of you. We are profoundly grateful for your continued commitment and look forward to keeping you engaged in the future. Our hope is that this report will give you a clear picture of who we are and what we have accomplished, but also gives you a vision for where we are going.
If you have any questions, comments or would like more information on any of our initiatives, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Thanks again for your belief in our community and all that we do!
Your BULAC Officers
Juan Carlos Mora ’15: The first-ever recipient of the BULAC Endowed ScholarshipPosted on: Sep 11th, 2013
Juan Carlos Mora, a Mexican American freshman from Pomona, CA is doing very well at Brown and has already taken on a leadership role as the freshman representative to M.E.Ch.A and is a vocalist for Mariachi de Brown, Brown’s official mariachi band. He is also involved in the Interpreters Aid Program at Rhode Island Hospital where he volunteers his time assisting doctors and patients with English/Spanish translations. Juan Carlos has an interest in attending Medical School in the future.
Juan Carlos shared that if it weren’t for the BULAC Endowed Scholarship, he would not have been able to afford to attend Brown. We would like to express our gratitude to the generous community of alumni that came together to make this scholarship available to Juan Carlos. We should be very proud of our community and continue our generosity and support into the future so that Juan Carlos and many other Latino and Hispanic students can have the same opportunities.