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Henrietta Awo Tiwaa Osei-Anto, MPP, MA, is a PhD Candidate in Health Policy at the Heller School School of Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. She has previously been a researcher at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the American Hospital Association. 

The title of her talk is: “Understanding the Association between Racial Residential Segregation and Breast Cancer Treatment and Outcomes”

Friday, March 11 at 2:00-3:00pm in CHS 201

 

 

Thursday March 10th, 12:05-1:10 pm in BUS 111

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The documentary TESTED follows a dozen families in New York City from different racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds as their eighth graders prepare to pass the grueling standardized test to get into one of the city's best high schools.

After the screening, independent filmmaker and director Curtis Chin will join the audience for a talkback.

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The documentary TESTED follows a dozen families in New York City from different racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds as their eighth graders prepare to pass the grueling standardized test to get into one of the city's best high schools.

After the screening, independent filmmaker and director Curtis Chin will join the audience for a talkback.

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Film screening: MONDAY, March 7, 2016 @ 7pm-9pm

Textor 103, ITHACA COLLEGE

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TUESDAY March 8, 2016 @ 10:50am-12:00pm

Q&A with film director Klaudia Kovacs

Job Hall 160

A sociopolitical historical documentary-thriller about the international decline of communism and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution.

The film encompasses the tense Cold War era (1945–1991) and presents the rivalry of the superpowers during that time. It shows the 1956 Hungarian Revolution as the first catalyst for the future decline of the communist system in 1989.

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The title of his presentation is: “Indigenous Experiences in Higher Education: Resiliency, Masculinity, and Resurgence” and will be presented: Thursday, March 10th, 1:30 – 2:30, CHS 301

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Marcell Fischler ’17:
Low-temperature Physics and its Far-reaching Applications

Andrea N. Santiago-Boyd ’17:
Constraining the Surface Magnetic Field of AGB stars.

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 Crystal Felima is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at the U. of Florida and is the second candidate for the position of Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellowship. The title of her talk is: 

Within and Against Critical Mortality: An Anthropological Study of the State, Vulnerability, and Hope through Disaster Narratives in Cap-Haitien, Haiti

Date: Monday, March 7
Time: 3:00- 4:00
Place: CHS 201

If you have any questions, please contact Stewart Auyash (auyash@ithaca.edu or 274-1312)


"Boosting the biochemical arsenal: enzymes involved in plant defense against insects"

March 10      
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

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In Observance of International Women’s Day, Tuesday, March 8, all students, faculty, and staff are invited to a Casual Colloquy: "Race, Gender, Sexualities, and Nation in Media," with coffee and cake. The conversation will be held in the Center for Faculty Excellence, 315 Gannett Center, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.

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Mikalah Waajid ('05), Doctoral Candidate, Georgia State University School of Public Health will present the following topic as candidate for the position of HSHP Dissertation Diversity Fellow for 2016-17 academic year. 

Friday, March 4. Hill Center G24

"Examining the Syndemic of Alcohol Use, Violence and HIV among High Risk Youth in Sub- Saharan Africa"  

You are invited to join us for the second Spring CSCRE Discussion Series Event on Thursday, March 3, 2016, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge.  Admission is FREE and open to the IC campus community and the general public.

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The Center for the Study of Culture Race and Ethnicity presents a four-part 101 series designed to introduce participants to key concepts and conversations about race and racism. The first presentation, Racism 101: The Grounding of Race in America, will be held this Friday, February 26th from 3-4 PM in the Taughannock Falls room, Campus Center

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"How to make a hermaphrodite, and the surprising consequences of doing so"

March 3       
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

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Enrique Gonzalez-Conty, Assistant Professor in Modern Languages and Literatures, will present with Sonja Gandert on Cuba's "Memory Wars" at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University on Thursday, March 3rd at 5:15pm. Then they will guide a discussion on the Cuban works of art in the museum's collection.

This event is free and open to the public. 

For more information please visit the museum's website here: http://museum.cornell.edu/calendar/contemporary-conversation-cubas-memory-wars

 

The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen series will show the documentary “Love Free or Die” on Tuesday, March 1, at 7 p.m. in Textor 101. It is free and open to the public.

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Please join us for visiting scholar Carole Emberton's public presentation, "Guns! What Are They Good For? Utility and Meaning in American History" at the Handwerker Gallery on Thursday, February 25, at 6 p.m..  Emberton's lecture will trace the evolving cultural and political histories around guns in American history, giving context for our current exhibition, UNLOADED, which focuses on the contemporary discourse around firearms.

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Wednesday, February 24th, 7:00pm, Cinemapolis 120 E. Green Street, Ithaca, NY 14850

One show only, followed by discussion. 

Extraordinary black & white cinematography.

Never shown before in Ithaca; only twice shown on the East Coast; less than ten times in the USA

Muayad & Rami Alayan's 2015 black comedy about romance and desperation under the Israeli occupation.  It follows the breathless career of a young, penniless Palestinian car thief who hopes that he can cash in a stolen Israeli VW and make his way out of the country, taking along his girlfriend and their daughter.  To his dismay, he discovers a bound-and-gagged, kidnapped Israeli soldier folded into the car's trunk and things go downhill from there. Stunningly filmed in sharply focused black and white

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Monday Feb 22, Clark Lounge, 7 pm. LGBT activist and advocate Etai Pinkas will talk about LGBT marriage laws, and his role working with city council government. He is an LGBT community leader in Israel, served as chairman of the national LGBT association in Israel and was a member of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa City Council and advises the mayor on LGBT affairs. He married his partner in 2005 as part of a public campaign to compel Israel to recognize same-sex marriages.Their marriage was performed in Canada, the only country at that time which granted same-sex marriages to foreign citizens. Sponsored by IC Hillel and cosponsored by the LGBT Center and several additional offices.

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Please join us for a talk entitled - How to Build an Airplane - with Professor Bruce Thompson, Ithaca College Department of Physics and Astronomy

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