WiSE Women of Color in STEM (WWoCS) program Join us to chat with WiSE graduate mentors and other WWoCS peers. The goal of this session is to have an informal check-in with everyone and just get an opportunity to unwind! We’ll have a prize drawing too! This event is intended for women in STEM students who self-identify as a person of color. Offered by WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering).
Albert will speak about his founder journey and how creating a new inclusive and empowered work culture is the only way towards a more fulfilled future. Hosted by the iSchool.
Join the iSchool Career Services Team in this virtual discussion with LIS students. LIS campus and distance students invited!
Part of Orange Central weekend, this event will feature a discussion with Dean Mark Lodato and alumnus Marquise Francis ’13.
Newhouse associate dean Hub Brown will moderate a panel discussion about ways to navigate the election and our divided society.
Newhouse professor Melissa Chessher will moderate a discussion about election results and what’s to come.
The University’s ongoing Interfaith Dialogue Dinner Series, “Common and Diverse Ground: Raising Consciousnesses by Acknowledging the ‘Hidden’ Things that Divide Us,” is returning in a virtual format for the Fall 2020 semester. This second Interfaith Dialogue Dinner of Fall 2020 will take place on Nov. 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., via Zoom. Guest co-facilitator Ralph Savarese, a professor at Grinnell College, and graduate student co-facilitator, Sarah Nahar, will lead a conversation about “‘Moby Dick,’ Faith and Ecology,” focused on the intersection of climate change, disability, literature and faith. Learn more about Savarese’s research and scholarship on his Grinnell College webpage. Registration is required and available now. Those who would like or prefer alternative registration are invited to contact Hendricks Chapel at email@example.com or 315.443.2901. All participants are welcome to bring their own meal to the “virtual table” during the conversation. In addition to live captioning and American Sign Language (ASL), image descriptions will be provided at this program.
The Syracuse University Alumni Club of South Florida is pleased to invite you to an engaging virtual discussion with Robert McClure, Ph.D., former Associate Dean and Senior Associate Dean of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. McClure will provide insight into the recent presidential election and share his expert opinion on how this will affect the country during this timely program, which runs from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Nov. 12. We look forward to connecting with you (virtually)!
Our panel of alumni from the class of 2020 will reflect on the last few months and discuss what you can expect from the next few years at ‘Cuse. Current and prospective students are invited to join.
The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Westchester and Fairfield Counties invites you to discover how to best utilize LinkedIn to expand and enhance your professional development network during our free virtual workshop, from 7–8 p.m. on Nov. 16. Kris Green G’20, LinkedIn’s SMB Relationship Manager, and Jenna Collins G’19, Associate Director of Alumni Professional Development and Outreach, will lead the program, which is open to all alumni as a collaborative effort on behalf of all northeast alumni clubs.