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Online course to foster classroom inclusiveness

A 4-week course that asks participants to reflect on their own identities and those of their students, and provides teaching strategies, such as course design, that effectively support student engagement and belonging across difference.

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President's Viewpoint: Dr. King's Dream Today

President Martha Pollack reflects on the hopes of Martin Luther King Jr. and what these values mean for us all today.

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Avery August, Ph.D. ’94, in his immunology lab with members of his research team.

Building a pipeline for faculty diversity

Avery August, Ph.D. ’94, professor of immunology in the College of Veterinary Medicine, shares what has changed regarding diversity and how faculty candidates are recruited and hired at Cornell.

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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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Events

Is Queerness a White Invention?

Milstein Hall, Auditorium

"LGBTQ rights are Western values" is a trope repeated often by leaders in Asia, Africa and Latin America, and even here in the United States. But the historical record suggests otherwise:…

Adelante Coffee Chat

429 Rockefeller Hall (LSP conference rooom)

Join us for Adelante, a series where students lead a discussion and step outside of the classroom and reflect on activities and experiences that have been significant in shaping their character. The…

Penelope M. Kelsey

Goldwin Smith Hall, 258

Seneca Villages as Sites of Knowledge: Rematriating Hodínöhšö:ni:h Narratives after Sullivan and Clinton (1779) Professor Kelsey examines how the settler conquest of North America historically has…

Uniting Communities Resource Fair and BBQ

Arts Quad (front of Goldwin Smith Hall)

Come learn about majors/minors in Africana Studies; American Studies; Latina/o Studies; Asian American Studies; American Indian and Indigenous Studies; Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies; and…