Rising Star, Dr. Yvon Woappi's scientific seminar, "Defining the cellular orchestration of regenerative tissue plasticity"
PACE is excited to announce that Rising Star, Dr. Yvon Woappi, will virtually present his scientific seminar, “Defining the cellular orchestration of regenerative tissue plasticity” on Thursday, August 5, 12:00pm - 1:00pm. If you would like to attend, please RSVP Valerie at email@example.com for the Zoom link.
Dr. Yvon Woappi is currently a…
Opportunities in the New Paradigm: Expanding Financial Assets and Real Estate Access
Research has shown that households with greater access to financial information and investment opportunities experience greater economic stability. Yet access isn’t equal. Has the tumult of the pandemic, social awakening, and recession enlivened commitments to addressing wealth inequality, or steepened the climb to financial security?
This panel of faculty, alumni, and industry experts…
Dissecting Discrimination: The Living Legacy of Migration, Race, and Politics
Migration flows have been entangled with race for centuries. In this webinar, Cornell faculty discuss the relationship between human migration and race-based discrimination. From the earliest forced movement of enslaved peoples to nations built on excluding or extracting from particular racial-ethnic groups, we highlight histories of colonialism and conquest and examine the ways in which these…
FGSS & LGBT Studies Welcome Back Social
Celebrate the start of the fall semester with your FGSS & LGBT Studies friends, faculty, and staff 🎈
Thursday, September 2, 2021
4:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.
190 Rockefeller Hall
Refreshments will be served.
Rosh Hashanah Dinner
Cornell Dining invites you to celebrate the New Year in style at Trillium, with a special menu by 104West!
For reservations, go to dining.cornell.edu/kosher.
Through a generous donation, Cornell Hillel is honored to sponsor a portion of the price of the Rosh Hashanah dinner.
Join us for lunch as we welcome new and returning students, mingle with faculty, staff and friends, and learn how you can enhance your degree with a LATINA/O STUDIES MINOR!
ALL WELCOME ACADEMICS COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Trans-Generational A Dialogue on the Evolving Meanings of Gender and Sexuality
Language matters. It mattered 50 years ago at the advent of Cornell University’s Women’s Studies program and in 1995 when its LGBT Studies program was established. How we — both as citizens and academics — articulate the categories on which these programs are built drives what we study and how we advocate.
In this webinar, four generations of trailblazing scholars and students from…
Latina/o Studies Fridays with Faculty Seminar Series
The Latina/o Studies Program Fridays with Faculty seminar offers an opportunity for Latina/o and non-Latina/o students of all levels and disciplines to meet faculty and administrators from across the university for informal conversation about their current research/work in progress. All welcome!
Fridays at 12 noon, open to the Cornell community.
On José Montoya with Ella Maria Diaz
Artist, poet, and musician José Montoya (1932–2013) was a leading figure of the Chicano movement, producing iconic works in many genera, cofounding the art collective Royal Chicano Air Force, and helping to organize for the United Farm Workers, while also teaching at California State University, Sacramento and establishing the Barrio Art Program there.
In a live, virtual Chats in the…
Emancipation’s Daughters: Reimagining Black Femininity and the National Body
In her new book, Emancipations Daughters: Reimagining Black Femininity and the National Body (Duke University Press, 2021) Riché Richardson draws on literary texts and cultural representations to show how the work of five iconic black women, Mary McLeod Bethune, Rosa Parks, Condoleezza Rice, Michelle Obama, and Beyoncé, successfully challenged white-centered definitions of American identity…