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October 23, 2019

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Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

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.

ALEJANDRA Y. CASTILLO
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.

KATINA ROJAS NAZARIO-JOY
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.

ROSSANA ROSADO
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:

https://youtu.be/IbwgYh2b_KA_



 

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. 

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

All Day
Free HIV Testing (Multi-Day Event)
Free 20-minute HIV Testing is held at the Student Health Center Monday-Thursday 12-4pm. No appointment needed.
Old Gym Building - (Student Health Center, B008)
All Day
Men's-Only Clinic (Multi-Day Event)
Men's-Only Clinic is available on Tuesdays, from 11:30-1:30pm by appointment. Please call x 8900. Starts September 3rd.
Old Gym Building - (Student Health Center, B008)
All Day
End Time 5:00 PM
Flu Shot Clinics (Multi-Day Event)
Flu Shot Clinic Schedule: (free with insurance) Sept. 23rd & Oct. 7th T-3, Room 117 12-5pm September 24th East Dining Room 11-2pm At the Student Health Center 12-5pm: September 18, 19, 25, 26 October 15, 16, 22, 23
Old Gym Building - (Student Health Center, B008)
Old Gym Building
12:00 AM
Civic Engagement
HHL Center for Student Leadership Dev.
Location:SLB-121
Open to All: NO RSVP Required
Sponsored by: Students Affairs
8:00 AM - 10:45 PM Information Technology Center
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The New York Latin American Art Triennial 2019: Progressive Transition
Progressive Transition explores the action and effect of moving from one state to another.  More broadly, the project shows the drive towards transformation in the arts. The artists’ need to “feel part of something” that can likewise be recognized and defined by others will be explored within the exhibition. The work on view represents the artistic transition seen against a landscape of societal progress. The project highlights cultural exchange and, at its core, examines the implications of transition on an evolving Latin American culture.
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Nutritionist Hours
Unhappy with your eating habits? Picked up weight over the summer? Come get a free nutritionist consultation on Wednesdays from 11-5pm at the Student Health Center, Old Gym, Room B008. Call for appointment x8900. Starts September 11th.
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Nutritionist Hours
Free dietary consultation with a registered nutritionist on Wednesdays from 11-5pm. Call x 8900 for appointment.
Old Gym Building - (Student Health Center, B008)
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Tabling- Alcohol Awareness
Alcohol awareness program
 
Location: Cafe Cove

Time: 11 AM-1 PM
 
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Flu Shot Clinic
Flu Shot Clinics (free with health insurance) Sept. 23 & Oct. 7 from 12:30-5pm in T-3, Room 117 Sept. 24 from 11-2pm in the Music Bldg. @ the Student Health Center from 12-5pm: September 18,19,25,26 October 15,16,22,23 November 4 & 5
Old Gym Building - (Student Health Center, B008)
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
The Women's Studies Program Second Fall Lecture Series Presentation
The Women's Studies Program Second Fall Lecture Series presents "Not Dead Yet: Lydia Ginzburg, Hitler, Stalin and Russian Structuralism" by Dr. Karin Beck, Associate Dean, School of Arts & Humanities and Dept. of Laguages and and Literatures. From September, 1941 to January, 1944, Leningrad was under siege by the German Army.  In her fictional memoirs of this time, the writer and literary critic Lydia Ginzburg (1902-1990), shows how despite the grueling brutality of the siege, the citizens of Leningrad kept their sense of humanity by continually remembering their culture, especially their literary heritage.
The talk will introduce the person Lydia Ginzburg, who defied both Hitler and Stalin and has almost been forgotten by literary history because she did not fit into dominant patterns and expectations.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Carman Hall, Room 221
Room 221
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Wellness Wednesday- #MeToo
Discussion on where the #MeToo movement is today
 
Location: Old Gym room B- 007

Time: 3 pm - 4 pm 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Graduate School Preparation

Does your field of study require a graduate degree? Do you know what it takes to prepare for and succeed in graduate school? This workshop will provide you with the tools and resources need to create your graduate school action plan.

Location: Shuster Hall, Room 231
Open to All No RSVP Required
Sponsored by Career Exploration & Development Center

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Public Speaking Workshop
Students will use a combination of virtual reality, video- taping and receving personal coaching on their presentation skills from a professional.
Student MUST attend three session to receive certificate.
Student Life Building,
Leadership Lounge,
Speaking studio (Room 222)
3:30 pm-5:30 pm
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO GET INTO GRADUATE SCHOOL?

Pre-Grad Advising Workshop

 

What does it Take

to Get into Graduate School?

(NOT for Seniors Only!)

BRING YOUR QUESTIONS

Prof. Suzanne Yates, Pre-Grad Advisor

Prof. Keith Happaney, Pre-Grad Advisor

Wednesday, Oct. 23rd

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Gillet Auditorium (GI 024)

 

Sponsored by the Office of Pre-Graduate Advising


Gillet Hall - (Room 024)
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Reception: The New York Latin American Art Triennial 2019

Opening Reception: Wed., Oct. 23, 5-8 p.m

Progressive Transition
: The New York Latin American Art Triennial 2019 organized by the Bronx Hispanic Festival Inc. The broad range of Triennial artists includes representation from a multitude of Latin American countries. The exhibition explores the action and effect of moving from one state to another. More broadly, the project shows the drive towards transformation in the arts.

On view October 19, 2019 through January 25.
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Black Families in Brazil: Then and Now with Author Raquel Almeida

BLACK FAMILIES IN BRAZIL: THEN AND NOW
 BY CREATIVE WRITER, ACTIVIST AND EDUCATOR
RAQUEL ALMEIDA

AGAINST POLICE VIOLENCE
TOWARDS REVOLUTIONARY LOVE
 VIA CREATIVE EXPRESSION

 Questions/RSVPs: sarah.ohmer@lehman.cuny.edu
Organized by Sarah Soanirina Ohmer,
Africana Studies & Latin American/Latino Studies

 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23, 2019 @ 6PM
CUNY LEHMAN COLLEGE
CARMAN HALL, ROOM B-39

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Make Your Resume POP!
Develop practical skills and learn how to write an effective professional resume that will help you stand out during your job search.

Location: Shuster Hall, Room 231
Open to All No RSVP Required
Sponsored by Career Exploration & Development Center

 


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