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March 22, 2021

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Wednesday, March 29, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Interviewing for Graduate School Admissions: What to say...What not to say...What to expect

Join us on Wednesday, March 29 from 4:00 - 5:30 PM to get some tips about interviewing for graduate school admissions.  If you are applying to a program that requires an interview as part of their admissions procedure, this session is for you!  Come and get some tips to help you prepare.   


Zoom link:

Friday, March 31, 2023

12:00 PM
Turnbull Lecture Series - Spring 2023

Join us Fridays at noon for the latest Turnbull series that examines queer and binary representation within the world of art and design, as well as its audiences. The series coincides with and is conceptually aligned with Lehman College Art Gallery’s spring 2023 exhibition, Queer Love: Affection and Romance in Contemporary Art. 

Moderated by David Schwittek, associate professor of Digital Media and Graphic Design in the Art Department of Lehman College.

March 10
Designing with the Queer User in Mind
Dani Lucchese 
Faculty Member at Lehman College

March 17
Design Activism
Ali Bibbo
Associate Art Director, Planned Parenthood Federation of America

March 24
Artist Response
David Rios Ferriera
Artist, director of Public Programs and curator of Contemporary Art,
Children's Museum of Manhattan

March 31
Artist Response
C. Finlay
Artist, Founder and Curator of the Every Woman Biennial,
Director of La MaMa Galleria

The Sara Little Turnbull Visiting Designer Speaker Series is made possible by a grant from the Sara Little Turnbull Foundation.

Register for the full series here:

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Monday, March 22, 2021

9:00 AM - 3:05 PM
Bronx Environmental Summit

Lehman College, CUNY will convene some of the nation’s leading environmental and climate scientists, educators and advocates for its inaugural Bronx Environmental Summit on March 22-23, 2021.

Addressing the world’s—and the Bronx’s--most pervasive environmental and public health problems will increasingly rely upon comprehensive and integrated strategies developed by experts across academic disciplines in collaboration with government, nonprofit organizations, and private stakeholder groups.

All climate change is local. Made possible by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Lehman College, CUNY’s first Bronx Environmental Summit is a no-cost, two-day, virtual conference that will engage local, regional and national leaders in climate and environmental science in a discussion about climate change, environmental justice and health equity and how the current and developing policies and initiatives aimed at addressing them may impact the Bronx, New York City and the world.

Developing future leaders. Uniquely, the Bronx Environmental Summit also aims to introduce student attendees to academic and career paths they may take to become scientists, advocates and policy makers equipped to solve the most pressing environmental problems in the 21st Century.

Keynote Speakers:

Robert D. Bullard
distinguished professor, urban planning and environmental policy
Texas Southern University

Radley Horton
scientist and research professor
Columbia University

Peggy Shepard
cofounder and executive director
WE ACT for Environmental Justice

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Ubuntu Pedagogy in Pandemic Times: Teaching Africana Women's Responses

There has been abundant reporting on the coronavirus pandemic’s disproportionate impact on Black and Brown people and communities with preexisting conditions of economic, educational, housing and health precarities. In the face of the virus’s existential threat, Black women and women of color in Africa and the African Diaspora have mobilized, organized, networked, and taken collective action to fight the pandemic, locally and transnationally. Led by Lehman College professors and students, this multimedia, interactive presentation explores those women’s visions, strategies, and best practices through the prism of the African indigenous worldview of Ubuntu (oo-boon-too), the very essence of being human and inextricably connected to others.

Register here.

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