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April 30, 2021

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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Targeting Your Resume for the Career You Want


Learn how to write a resume and interview effectively and manage special situations such as gaps in your employment history or career changes.
 

Thursday, April 22, 2021

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Introduction to the Alternative to Violence Workshops

Learn skills that can transform people’s lives. Upon completion of 3 AVP workshops participants can begin as novice facilitators in jails and prisons, schools and community organizations.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Ecstatic Disobedience: Gender Embodiment in Hip Hop, House, and Vogue


Wendell «ΜΧ» Cooper, Assistant Professor, Department of Music, Multimedia, Theatre and Dance

 

 Ecstatic Disobedience: Gender Embodiment in Hip Hop, House, and Vogue

 

Mx. Oops aka Wendell Cooper will examine how Breakin’, House Dance, and Vogue Femme simultaneously critique gender expression norms and expand beyond them. Each dance form is based on a series of foundational movement elements, each borrowing from movement traditions with gendered histories — Salsa, Jazz, Capoeira, and more. By looking at how these Urban Dance forms remix fixed notions of masculinity and femininity, we will unpack their methodology of liberation.  

 

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

12:30 – 1:45pm

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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Mastering the Art of Interviewing

Get tips on the interview process, attire and strategies for responding to typical interview questions.
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Translational approaches for training the next generation of translational scientists to improve health and promote community engagement to reduce disparities

CUNY Institute for Health Equity (CIHE) Inaugural Speaker’s Series on:
Health Equity and Health Disparities


Joan Davis Nagel joined NCATS’ Division of Clinical Innovation (DCI) as Program Director in September 2014. She oversees several of the multimillion-dollar Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) and works collaboratively with principal investigators to provide programmatic direction and oversight of their clinical and translational science projects. Nagel also represents NCATS on DCI’s Workforce Development Domain Task Force Lead team, a committee of 60+ representatives from CTSA Program hubs that help to provide strategic direction on education and workforce issues that impact the clinical and translational science workforce.
Nagel earned a B.A. in biology from Williams College, an M.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. Her background includes training in obstetrics and gynecology, followed by a residency in general preventive medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Before assuming her current role, Nagel spent five years as a program director in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Research on Women’s Health, providing oversight for two large interdisciplinary women’s health research programs (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health and the Specialized Centers of Research on Sex Differences) and worked collaboratively with researche
Dr. Nagel earned a B.A. in biology from Williams College, an M.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. Her background includes training in obstetrics and gynecology, followed by a residency in general preventive medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. In addition, Dr. Nagel worked as a city clinician for the New York City Department of Health Bureau of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and as a medical consultant for the Urban Women’s Retreat, a shelter for survivors of domestic violence in Harlem.

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Start Day
ReelAbilities Film Festival 2021 (Multi-Day Event)
The ReelAbilities Film Festival showcases award-winning films, presenting the stories and expression of people with disabilities. The festival brings communities together to explore, discuss, and celebrate the diversity of shared human experiences.  We have arranged for a special virtual showing of Not Going Quietly, a 96 minute documentary that follows wheelchair user Ady Barkan, an activist and new father storm across the US determined to fight for healthcare justice and a brighter future.  

For more information visit: http://lehman.edu/student-disability-services/
 


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Friday, April 30, 2021

All Day
ReelAbilities Film Festival 2021 (Multi-Day Event)
The ReelAbilities Film Festival showcases award-winning films, presenting the stories and expression of people with disabilities. The festival brings communities together to explore, discuss, and celebrate the diversity of shared human experiences.  We have arranged for a special virtual showing of Not Going Quietly, a 96 minute documentary that follows wheelchair user Ady Barkan, an activist and new father storm across the US determined to fight for healthcare justice and a brighter future.  

For more information visit: http://lehman.edu/student-disability-services/
 


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Anti-Racism and Radical Care Across the Curriculum: Activism in the Classroom, Scholarship, and the Institution

Lehman College Writing Across the Curriculum Announces:

Anti-Racism 
and 
Radical Care Across the Curriculum: Activism in the  Classroom, Scholarship, and the Institution

A 2-Part Workshop Series

 

Facilitated by Sophia Hsu, PhD and Sarah Ohmer, PhD

 

APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 11, 2021

 

 

  • How have the past year’s events affected your teaching, scholarship, and self-care practices?
  •  
  • How does anti-racism, self-care, pleasure activism, and Black joy shape your teaching and/or scholarship?

  • How do you sustain or embark in activist scholarship and writing pedagogy in public higher education?

 

Day 1: April 30, 2021, 10am-1pm

Vulnerability and Compassion in Activist Scholarship and    Writing Pedagogy

How do we create life-giving spaces in the midst of a global pandemic and social injustice? How do vulnerability and compassion help to sustain activist scholarship and writing pedagogy in public higher education? Participants will identify concrete sites of anti-racist action in our day-to-day environments, academic or otherwise, and practice self-reflective writing (in part with the goal of preparing to engage our students in these same practices). We will share practices and projects we are developing in the midst of a global pandemic, 
white supremacy, homophobia, and transphobia, and discuss sustainable implementation. Dedicated quiet writing time will helpparticipants to move forward on current anti-racist projects.

 

Day 2: May 14, 2021, 10am-1pm Putting Anti-Racist Dreams in Practice



What are our dream visions for higher education, scholarship, teaching, and institutional environments? What resources do we need to make our dream work happen? Participants will expand on the ideas and projects they worked on in the previous session and engage in strategic planning to realize future ideas and projects. We will practice setting realistic and measurable goals in alignment with our personal and professional needs. Dedicated 
quiet writing time will help participants to move forward on current anti-racist projects, and to set concrete steps for the summer and the following academic year
.

A small stipend will be offered to all participants.

 

All current Lehman College faculty members are welcome to apply. Applicants must commit to attending all twoworkshops. Due to the limited budget, we will prioritize applications that show demonstrated engagement in and/or specific ideas for developing projects or curricula that reference people of color’s scholarship and activism, focused on topics of anti-racism, intersectionality, social justice, and/or restorative justice.

 

To send an application, use the link in the flyer. 

 

Priority deadline: April 11, 2021

 

For more information, contact Vani Kannan, WAC Co-Coordinator.

Facilitator bios

 

Dr. Sophia Hsu (she/her) is Assistant Professor of English at Lehman College. Her research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century British literature, the novel, medical humanities, and women’s and gender studies. 

Dr. Sarah Soanirina Ohmer is an Assistant Professor in Latin American and Latino Studies & Africana Studies. Her research focuses on the intersection of gender, race, class and trauma in literature by Black Women from Cuba, Brazil, in US African American, Afro-Latinx, and Latinx communities. 


8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Giant Steps from the Bronx


Friday, April 2, 8pm EST : Giant Steps from The Bronx
Faculty Recital: Allan Molnar, Lehman College Music Program
Virtual Ensembles, Online Collaborative Performances, Music Production and More
 
Friday, April 16, 8pm EST : Giant Steps from The Bronx
Members of The Lehman College Community Jazz Band
Jazz Stories and Performances
 
Friday, April 30, 8pm EST : Giant Steps from The Bronx
The Johnny Pacheco Latin Music and Jazz Festival at Lehman College
A Celebration of International Jazz Day
Featured performances by the Lehman College Student Jazz Ensemble and Special Guests

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