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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 06/15/2015
Project Look Sharp is excited to announce that Cyndy Sheibe, Sox Sperry, and Chris Sperry will be presenting at the 2015 National Association of Media Literacy Educators Conference, “Celebrating Connectivity Across Cultures”. The conference will be held on June 26-27th at the Westin Hotel in Philadelphia.
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Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society held: June 10 - 13, 2015 at Ithaca College
Contributed by Maria Russell on 06/11/2015
The 40th Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (General Chair: Prof. Akiko Fillinger & Program Chair: Prof. Anna Larsen, both of Chemistry) hosted by the ACS Cornell Local Section is happening now!!!
Carlos Figueroa, Ph.D. (Politics Department) gave a public lecture on Quakers, Race and US Puerto Rico Policy, 1900 - 1917 at The Institute of Learning in Retirement, Oak Hammock, University of Florida, Gainesville (May 1, 2015)
Contributed by Carlos Figueroa on 06/08/2015
The lecture explored how progressive Quaker political interventions into US Puerto Rico affairs -- between the Foraker Act (1900) and the Jones Act (1917) – structured broader insular policy debates over the extension of collective citizenship, and self-government practices in overseas dependent territories.
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Carlos Figueroa, Ph.D., Politics Department, recently gave a public talk titled "Quakers, Political Ecumenism and U.S. Philippine Policy Discourse in the Early Twentieth Century" at Stetson University, Celebration, Fl (May 4, 2015)
Contributed by Carlos Figueroa on 05/28/2015
U.S. Quakers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries engaged in social and political reform activities that included intervening in U.S. insular policy discourses. Hicksite Quaker Albert K. Smiley, a rather unknown Social gospeller, contributed to such national policy debates by providing a communal democratic space for engaging in what Figueroa calls 'political ecumenism.' This talk examined these early U.S. Quaker national policy interventions through Smiley’s Lake Mohonk Conference of Friends of the Indian and Other Dependent Peoples (LMC) to show how both American and Filipino leaders, Quaker and non-Quaker alike, utilized the LMC to assuage the polarizing & competing racial-religious values serving as cultural barriers (broadly characterizing the ‘Philippine problem’) to U.S. Philippine policy development.
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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 05/18/2015
Project Look Sharp is excited to announce that Cyndy Sheibe, Sox Sperry, and Chris Sperry will be presenting at the 2015 NAMLE/MILID Conference, “Celebrating Connectivity Across Cultures”. The conference will be held on June 26-27th at the Westin Hotel in Philadelphia.
Cyndy Scheibe and Chris Sperry will be leading two different workshops at this conference:
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Contributed by Claire Swensen on 04/28/2015
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) will be concluding this year's discussion series, TECH N' COLOR: Technology, Racism, Resistance, with Senior MLK Scholars* discussing surveillance, on and off campus, based on their experiences.
*Senior MLK Scholars
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Contributed by Shyrlee A. Hammond on 04/27/2015
Scott Erickson, Marketing/Law Department of the School of Business, presented in Cartagena, Spain, on April 10.
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Contributed by Annette Levine on 04/27/2015
The Spring 2015 Jewish Studies Faculty Showcase Presents
Cynthia A. Hogan
"The Art of Religion: Aestheticizing Jewish Ceremonial Art"
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beginning at 4:00 p.m. each day
All are welcome to attend the presentations and learn about the research that they have conducted this semester.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
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Contributed by Jennifer Wofford on 04/27/2015
If you're looking for your first job, are an entry-level employee, or are changing jobs, you may have heard mixed messages about negotiating your salary. While there is no one-size-fits-all model for salary negotiation, there are strategies you can use regardless of industry and experience level.
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Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 04/27/2015
Please join us for a talk with Dr. Sharon Stephenson, Gettysburg College, entitled:
Making beautiful physics with the help of MoNA-LISA
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Contributed by Paula Ioanide on 04/26/2015
A book talk & discussion on the emotional and irrational dimensions of contemporary racism
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Internationally renowned paleo-artist John Gurche to present "The New Old Guy: A New Species of Ancient Homo" Monday, April 27th, 7-8pm, Textor 101. All are welcome!
Contributed by Lisa Corewyn on 04/24/2015
The Department of Anthropology presents a guest lecture by internationally renowned paleo-artist John Gurche. He will be talking about a recent fossil discovery of Homo from South Africa that he has been working on.
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Please join us this Friday afternoon for the 2015 Rachel Siegel Lecture
Dr. Natasha Zaretsky
Generations of Memory: Reflecting on Holocaust Testimony, Gender, and Survival in Contemporary Buenos Aires
Friday, April 24th
Free and open to the public
Dr. Natasha Zaretsky, Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University, will deliver this year's Rachel Siegel Lecture. Zaretsky is a cultural anthropologist focusing on human rights, migration, and the politics of memory in the Jewish diaspora in the Americas.
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 04/21/2015
On Thursday, April 23, from Noon – 1 p.m., the Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise is proud to host the Annual Sustainability in Action Student-Faculty colloquium.
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Contributed by Brooke Hansen on 04/21/2015
Refreshments served! Please join us on Tues. April 28th in Klingenstein Lounge from 12:05-1:10 pm. The 2014-2015 fellows, all from the Department of Writing, are Christine Kitano, Lillian-Yvonne Bertram and Tyrell Stewart-Harris.
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Understanding Non Suicidal Self-Injury: What We know and don't Know. A lecture by Janice Whitlock Ph.D. 7 pm Tuesday, April 28th in Textor 103.
Contributed by Hugh Stephenson on 04/21/2015
Sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Counseling Minor. Free and open to all.
Janis Whitlock is a Research Scientist in the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research. She is also the Director of the Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery. She is the author of publications on non-suicidal self-injury in adolescence and young adulthood as well as in youth connectedness to schools and communities.
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Contributed by Claire Swensen on 04/21/2015
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE), will be hosting a "Book Talk and Discussion" on Tuesday, April 28, for the upcoming release of CSCRE Associate Professor Paula Ioanide's book, The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness. The talk will examine the emotional dimensions of racism, particularly as they relate to contemporary public views on crime, terrorism, immigration, and welfare.
Student Performances by Dubian Ade & Namarah McCall
**Free refreshments and open to the public
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Award-winning paleo-artist John Gurche to present "The New Old Guy: A New Species of Ancient Homo" on Monday, April 27th. 7-8 pm in Textor 101.
Contributed by Lisa Corewyn on 04/20/2015
Internationally renowned paleo-artist John Gurche will discuss his work on a newly discovered species of human ancestor. Admission is free and all are welcome!
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Contributed by Dan Breen on 04/20/2015
The IC chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, will sponsor its annual faculty lecture on Tuesday, April 21, at 5:30pm in Business 104. Christopher Matusiak, Assistant Professor of English, will present a public lecture entitled "Was Shakespeare 'not a company keeper'? A Seventeenth-Century Biographical Puzzle."
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