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 The Ithaca Music Forum continues this semester with our second guest scholar, Dr. Kwami Coleman on, "'Primitive Polyphony' or, When Things are Ordered Differently (in Improvisation.) 

Texture is taken for granted in music theory as an objective category, but the objectivity sought in analyzing structural "order" in music has a legacy shaped by imperialism and notions of ethnic and cultural difference. 

Nabenhauer Recital Room, Whalen Center for Music 5PM, Friday, Oct. 11th. FREE ADMISSION. Reception to follow. 

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Professional in Residence: October 7 - 12   Open Q&A Session Park Auditorium Friday, 10/11 11am – 11:50am  

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Max Klemes will present
Understanding and Designing Cyclodextrin Adsorbents for Water Purification

Tuesday, October 8th 12:10 pm in CNS 333
Pizza and Beverages Provided

Students are also invited to meet informally with the speaker at 4pm in the CNS 3rd floor Atrium.

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Jamila Michener, PhD will speak on Health Equity and Democracy on Monday, Oct . 7 at 7pm in Textor 101.

Dr. Michener is in the Dept of Government at Cornell U. She is the author of Fragmented Democracy: Medicaid, Federalism and Unequal Politics.
Dr. Michener  studies American politics and policy, with a particular focus on the political causes and consequences of poverty and racial inequality

Sponsored by the Dept. of Health Promotion and Physical Education and the Dean’s Office of the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance.

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Join the Handwerker Gallery in welcoming Dr. Neyran Turan, Assistant Professor of Architecture (University of California–Berkeley) for her lecture, "Architecture as Measure," on Thursday October 10 at 6:00pm in the Handwerker Gallery. 

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 SAVE THE DATE–Belief in the Public Sphere: Perspectives - November 12–13, 2019

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Jamila Michener, PhD will speak on Health Equity and Democracy on Monday, Oct . 7 at 7pm in Textor 101.

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 Learn how to research publicly traded companies using a wide variety of business and news databases. Discover how to find SWOT reports, market share, competitors and company documents.

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Join the Handwerker Gallery in welcoming Dr. Neyran Turan, Assistant Professor of Architecture (University of California–Berkeley) for her lecture, "Architecture as Measure," on Thursday October 10 at 6:00pm in the Handwerker Gallery. 

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On October 3rd at 6 pm, the Tompkins County Library will host a discussion facilitated by LGBT Center director Luca Maurer, in the BorgWarner Room as part of the library's community read initiative.

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Thursday, October 3
4:00 pm
CNS 112

Genetic control of complex traits in humans: leveraging the half-million samples in the UK Biobank” 

All are welcome to attend

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Are you exploring external research positions for summer? Chemistry & Biochemistry students will present on their summer research experiences across the country. Come learn about their exciting external research, their application process, and their experiences at other institutions.

All presentations will be held in CNS 333
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What can eighteenth-century sexual prosthetics teach us about the history of gender and feminism? In this talk, Professor Lubey will share examples from the pornographic archive of women, emphasizing a surprising discovery. She will discuss what this discovery might mean for the history of feminism and sexual inclusion.

 

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On October 24th, from 6-8pm, the Tompkins County Library will be hosting Raul Palma (Assistant Professor of Writing) in the BorgWarner Room as part of the library's community read initiative.

In the summer of 2017, Palma was one of ten writers invited to Havana, Cuba under the mentorship of inaugural poet Richard Blanco and anthropologist/writer Ruth Behar. Sponsored by the CubaOne Foundation, their mission was to build collaborative bridges between writers in Cuba and Cuban-American writers in the U.S. In this lecture, Palma will contextualize the emotional embargo between Cubans on the island and those in the United States. He will also discuss the role of the imagination in both reconciling and interrogating the past--a lecture staggered with excerpts of work inspired by the week he spent in Havana, Cuba.

 

The Society of Professional Journalists invites you to a Google Hangout panel discussion and Q&A with three young multimedia journalists on Monday, September 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Park 223.

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The Park Center for Independent Media presents "The Crisis of the Media-Industrial Complex"

Journalist Nermeen Shaikh will speak about the fallacies and distortions of mainstream media and how independent news outlets like Democracy Now! provide an urgently needed corrective.

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Jamila Michener, PhD will speak on Health Equity and Democracy on Monday, Oct . 7 at 7pm in Textor 101.

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Christian Community Church Emerging Leaders Conference, September 27th-29th, welcomes Dr. Estrelda Alexander who will deliver the keynote address on "The Holy Spirit, Social Justice & Black Pentecostal Prophetic Witness," followed by Q&A, 12:00pm-1:30pm in Muller Chapel.

Estrelda Alexander, Ph.D., is the Founder and President of William Seymour College in Maryland; she previously taught at Regent University and Wesley Theological Seminary. Dr. Alexander has authored more than thirty essays and journal articles on Pentecostal history and theology, race, gender and social justice. 

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Christian Community Church Emerging Leaders Conference, September 27th-29th, welcomes Kelly Diane Galloway, Kalya Griffin, Esq., Damon Stubbs and Ashley Cross for the Emerging Leaders Conference Think Tank, Saturday September 28 at 1:45pm-3:15pm in Muller Chapel.  

Join ELC Think Tank guests for a dialogue on the role of the Holy Spirit in liberation, millennial Pentecostals and activism from a black Pentecostal epistemological and hermeneutical standpoint.

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Friday, Sept. 27th
10 - 10:50am
Park Auditorium RSVP Here

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