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Statement on transgender support and protections

VPs Lombardi and Opperman respond to the recent report that the Trump administration is considering a change to the definition of sex under Title IX that would narrowly define gender as a biological, immutable condition determined at birth.

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Conversations explore staff connectedness at Cornell

A series of forums between Cornell staff members and Human Resources and Employee Assembly continue throughout the fall semester to encourage staff to assess and share their sense of belonging and connectedness at Cornell.

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Shakima Clency, associate dean of students for student empowerment and director of first-generation and low-income student support

Helping first-gen and low-income students succeed

Associate dean of students, Shakima Clency serves as an advocate and resource for first-gen and low-income students, helping foster academic and social communities to bolster their experience and help them succeed and thrive at Cornell.

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Marla Love and Vijay Pendakur outside Willard Straight Hall.

Creating a more inclusive campus community for students

Leadership from the Office of the Dean of Students reflect on the campus climate and how changes to their office’s structure can help students find a sense of belonging at Cornell.

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Events

LASP Seminar: "From Domesticity to Environmentality: Socialist Housing Infrastructures, and the Politics of the Feminine Body in (Late) Socialist Cuba," by Iulia Statica

Uris Hall, 153

This lecture will explore the role of domestic infrastructures in the constitution of gendered subjectivities through the concrete case of Havana. In the contemporary context, the question arises as…

LASP Seminar: Defiant Braceros: How Migrant Workers Fought for Racial, Sexual, and Political Freedom, by Mireya Loza

Uris Hall, 153

This talk by Mireya Loza interrogates the private lives of migrant men who participated in the Bracero Program (1942–1964), a binational agreement between the United States and Mexico that allowed…

LASP: Latin American Studies 2019 Research Symposium

Physical Sciences Building, 401

LASP 2019 Research Symposium DAY 1--Friday, February 8th, in PSB 401, 3pm-7pm 3:00 PM Panel: Political Economy and Inequality in Latin America with David de Micheli,, vincent Mauro, Gustavo Flores-…

LASP Symposium Keynote Address: Evelyne Huber, University of North Carolina

Physical Sciences Building, 401

Evelyne Huber, Political Science, University of North Carolina

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