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October 17, 2016

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Monday, September 21, 2020

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Experts Among US Workshop

Featuring Melissa Castillo Planas, Bret Maney and Magdalena Sagardia: This workshop will explore the ways in which to diversify the study of literature via the incorporation of Latinx authors. 

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Influential Latinas: Mobilizing the Latinx Vote

Moderated by: Suzette Ramsundar and David Charcape.

is the CEO of YWCA USA, an organization that serves 2.3 million women and girls around the country with a network of over 200 associations. YWCA plays a dual role as both a social service provider and an advocate for reform and justice.
Alejandra has over two decades of professional experience in Washington, D.C., having served in senior leadership roles during two presidential administrations, including the Obama Administration, where she served as the national director of the Minority Business Development Agency. Ms. Castillo is the first Hispanic American woman to lead the agency.

is the Latino Liaison in the Office of the County Executive in Prince George's County, MD, ensuring that Latinos have access to, and are able to utilize County programs and resources. She served two terms in the Obama Administration as a political appointee at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Katina is a native of the Bronx and a Lehman College alumna.

is the New York State Secretary of State. Rosado has also ushered in improved and responsive services for immigrant New Yorkers. Prior to joining Governor Cuomo's administration, she has served as an advisor to elected officials on their transition teams in New York City and State governments. She also served as the first female Editor and Publisher of the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the country.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Music Program Presents: Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet

A totally amazing totally online production of WONDERFUL FLIGHT TO THE MUSHROOM PLANET, the great story of two children and their chicken who fly to the Mushroom Planet to save it from destruction. This original musical, composed by Prof. Penny Prince of the Music Program, with a script written by the cast, is based on a play by Jeffrey Beer and the much loved science fiction book of the same name by Eleanor Cameron. There are 10 songs, dances, laughter, and love.

Suitable for ages 2 to 120. 

The cast and crew are current Lehman students, alumni, and community members. 

Technical Director: Eduardo Resendiz-Gomez (alum);
Recording Engineer: Steven Buonanotte (Lehman Multimedia Center);
Animator: Brandon Marcano (alum)
Choreographer: Colette Ambo (alum)

Premiering Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. as a livestream on YouTube, and thereafter available on YouTube.

Length: Approximately one hour.

Link to Premier on YouTube:


Thursday, September 24, 2020

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
The Trouble With My Name performance by Javier Avila

The Trouble with My Name examines the issues of language, race, and social justice in an eye-opening performance where Ávila engages the audience as he tells the story of his life and reads poetry that illustrates what it means to be the American of the future. Ávila’s show breaks barriers and embraces the diversity of a nation whose history is rich and colorful. The message transcends boundaries of race, ethnicity, and geography.

Friday, October 02, 2020

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Poet Carlos Andres Gómez

Andrés Gómez is a Colombian American poet, speaker, actor, and author of Fractures, winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry, Hijito, winner of the Broken River Prize and a #1 SPD bestseller, and the memoir Man Up: Reimagining Modern Manhoodreleased by Penguin Random House. A star of HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, TV One’s Verses and Flow, and Spike Lee’s #1 box office movie Inside Man with Denzel Washington, Carlos is widely known for his viral poems, “Where are you really from?” and “What Latino Looks Like,” which have garnered millions of views online. Winner of the Atlanta Review International Poetry Prize and the Sandy Crimmins National Prize for Poetry, he partnered with John Legend on Senior Orientation, a program to counteract bullying and champion inclusive masculinity among high school students. Carlos is a proud Latinx and father. 

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Midterm Blues
Got the Midterm Blues? Not to worry, your Academic Advisors from the Sophomore Year Initiative are here to help! We are here to support you and to celebrate your being HALFWAY THERE... Learn how to finish off the Semester strong! This event will take place in Room 117 of the T-3 Building.
T-3 Building
Navigating the Hiring Process as a Job-Seeker with a Disability
"Navigating the Hiring Process as a Job Seeker with a Disability" is the first of two trainings conducted by ACCES-VR professionals, Certified as ADA trainers from the Northeast ADA Center at Cornell University. Gain skills and tools to communicate with your employer and increase your understanding of the legal rights of the employee as well as the employer. Join the discussion on how to increase the number of people with disabilities in the workforce.
3:30 PM
A Community Conversation Facilitated by President Cruz
Every spring, Lehman College holds its Commencement. We celebrate the achievement of all of the individuals who have earned degrees that year. It is an auspicious event not only for our graduates but also for their spouses, children, grandchildren, and parents who are acutely aware of how much it took to get to the finish line. Many of our students never get there. The latest CUNY Performance Management Plan (PNP) Data Book indicates that students who entered the College in 2011 as full-time freshmen had a 20.5% four-year graduation rate. Full-time transfers had a 54% four-year graduation rate. Even when we account for six-year rates, we find that too many of our students are still fighting to meet their full potential or have seen their dreams delayed due to reasons outside of their control. President Cruz heard from us that we are awestruck by our students’ resilience and willingness to work hard to overcome personal and academic challenges. We are, therefore, supportive of his high-level priority to “redouble our efforts to increase graduation rates, narrow achievement gaps, and reduce the amount of time it takes our students to graduate.”

Join us on Monday, October 17, at 3:30 p.m. for the first of several conversations about how campus communities can scale student success efforts, accelerate student progression toward a degree, and enhance the quality of their academic programs. President Cruz will discuss the role that actionable data play in increasing every student’s chance of maximizing his or her potential. He will describe student success strategies that yielded positive outcomes at Cal State Fullerton and will provide images — from leading institutions across the country— of what it means for a campus community to be intentional, collaborative, and strategic even in the face of tough budgetary conditions. The conversation will include a 60-minute presentation, followed by a 30-minute discussion. Let’s mark the first year of Lehman’s third presidency with a renewed commitment to our students. Please RSVP to
Speech and Theatre Building - (Lovinger Theatre)
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Elevator Pitch: Define your promise of value to an organization/profession
An elevator pitch (or elevator speech) is a short summary used to quickly and simply define you and your promise of value to an organization/profession. Come prepared to write your own elevator pitch and role-play with peers and professionals.

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