The Supervisor session is designed to ensure the Performance Partnership process, including both form completion and the subsequent meeting between supervisor and staff member is productive and effective. The workshop will review providing accurate and honest feedback, navigating difficult conversations with employees, communicating performance expectations and creating goals with staff that will help advance the initiatives of the University.
Please note, the event registration form and description have been updated as of Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Additionally, this event will now be hybrid (available in-person and virtually). From being adopted, to identifying as LGBTQ+ and more, the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community contains many intersecting identities. In this dialogue session, the objective is to breakdown our individual experiences as AAPIs with a hidden identity or identities. The event is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and AAPI Heritage Month Planning Committee.
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs Center for Qualitative and Multi-Method Inquiry/Qualitative Data Repository We are pleased to recommend an online seminar series from the Qualitative & Interpretive Research Institute (QuIRI) at QDR-member Cornell University. Please see below for details of an online seminar series this semester from the Qualitative & Interpretive Research Institute (QuIRI) at Cornell University. Focus Groups & Best Practices Jane Powers and Amanda Purington from BCTR ACT for Youth, will discuss best practices of focus group research. Participants will learn how to develop a focus group protocol and construct questions, as well as prepare for and conduct focus groups. Tips for transcription, data management and data analysis strategies will be discussed. Click here to attend For more information, please contact Christiane Marthe Page, email@example.com or to request additional accommodation arrangements, please contact Morgan Bicknell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for an engaging workshop to begin building an understanding of intersectionality and how it may affect mental health. We hope to encourage students to become cognizant of the identities they hold, the influence their identity has on how they are encountered by the world and the impact this may have on their mental health and wellness and their overall student experience. Dimension of Wellness: Diversity and Inclusion Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.
Contributors to “The Colored Conventions Movement: Black Organizing in the Nineteenth Century” join Gabrielle Foreman to discuss the first edited collection about seven decades of Black-led activism.
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs Middle Eastern Studies presents Persian Culture and Conversation Table Students, faculty, and Syracuse area community members at all levels of proficiency in Persian are welcome to attend! Come join us for some good conversation in Persian in a relaxed setting. Persian Culture and Conversation Table will be led by Haleh Tabesh. Co-sponsored by: Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Click here to register For more information, please contact Havva Karakas Keles, email@example.com or to request accommodation arrangements please contact Morgan Bicknell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Barnes Center at The Arch Esports community for a few rounds of Jackbox Games! Access registration and reservation information in the Wellness Portal! Be sure to complete the RSVP form to receive additional instruction. If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.
Brianna Cofield, a student in the Setnor School of Music, performs. Online Premiere This event was prerecorded and will premiere online for the first time to the public. Watch Premiere
Join graduating Carrying the Thick Present exhibiting artists and College of Visual and Performing Artist MFA Studio Arts candidates Matthew Apol, and Ayesha Rumi, and Cady Spencer for an artist panel moderated by MA History of Art and Museum studies candidate Kathryn Hill. The artists explore threads of Trauma, Language, Technology, and Hierarchies created within objects and communities that connect their work. They each grapple with these notions by challenging perceptions of their chosen mediums. The event is hosted by Syracuse University Art Museum in collaboration with Point of Contact and Community Folk Art Center.
Oldet Ibo, a student in the Setnor School of Music, performs. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live
Anthony Romagnuolo and Zachery Sova, students in the Setnor School of Music, perform. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live
This spring marks our 6th annual Books in the Humanities celebration, recognizing dozens of Syracuse University authors and editors with © 2020 book releases.
Grab your cup of coffee and tune in to “Orange Zest” on the Barnes Center Esports Twitch Channel. Our assistant director of esports, Robert Snow, will discuss the latest esports news and upcoming events in our community! Look out for special guest appearances including student esports leaders, industry leaders, game developers and more!
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs Middle Eastern Studies Program presents Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees What explains state responses to the refugees they receive? Discrimination and Delegation identifies two puzzling patterns: states open their borders to some refugee groups while blocking others (discrimination), and a number of countries have given the UN control of asylum procedures on their territory (delegation). In the talk, Abdelaaty will describe the two-part theoretical framework she has developed in which policymakers in refugee-receiving countries weigh international and domestic concerns. The talk will also include some evidence from the book’s three-stage research design, which combines statistical analysis of asylum admissions worldwide, country case studies of Egypt and Turkey, and content analysis of parliamentary proceedings in Kenya. Q&A will follow and be moderated by Fethi Keles, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University Lamis Abdelaaty Assistant Professor of Political Science Syracuse University Lamis Abdelaaty is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, and Senior Research Associate at the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. Her interests include international relations, human rights and humanitarianism, and asylum and migration. Her research has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the American Philosophical Society, and her articles have appeared or are forthcoming in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Journal of Refugee Studies, Political Studies, International Interactions, and International Journal of Human Rights. Abdelaaty holds a doctoral degree in politics from Princeton University. Co-sponsored by Center for European Studies and Maxwell African Scholars Union Click here to register For more information please contact Havva Karakas Keles, email@example.com or for additional accommodation arrangements, please contact Morgan Bicknell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs Sovereignty, Order and Conflict presents Eli Berman For more information or to request accommodation accessibility, please contact Ryan Griffiths.
Do you have what it takes to become a trivia champion? Tune in on the Barnes Center Esports Twitch Channel, get Kahoot! ready on your phones and test your knowledge! Topics will be announced every week and will cover a range of topics from sports, geography, pop culture, food, and more!
Participants will receive an introduction to cannabis highlighting its legality, safety, multiple strains and effects. This presentation also introduces the different modes of consumption and topics such as dosage(s), potency and onset. Workshop hosted by Be Wise Peer Educators. Dimension of Wellness: Physical Attend a workshop within each dimension of health and wellness to earn a graduation medallion and certificate! If this is your first time using the Wellness Portal, please visit the Barnes Center at The Arch website for additional information and instruction.
Celebrate Earth Day this year with a virtual cooking class that encourages you to help save the planet through your diet. Join Syracuse University Sustainability Coordinator and classically trained chef, Meg Lowe along with Public Health student and Sustainability Management intern, Claudia Cavanaugh as they walk you through a fun and easy recipe full of food waste reduction, the benefits of plant-based eating styles, kitchen essentials, and a ton of fun along the way. Sustainability Management will provide the ingredients for the Coconut Curry. The event will be held on April 20, 2021 (two days before Earth Day) at 6 p.m. Limited to the first 20 Syracuse University students who can participate. After completion of registration, you will receive an email with instructions to pick up your ingredients from 161 Farm Acre Rd. Sign up with this registration form. If you have any questions, please contact Meg Lowe at email@example.com.
Falk College’s Sport Venue and Event Management (SVEM) master’s program is hosting “More Than A Game,” a virtual symposium dedicated to promoting athlete mental health awareness, on April 21. Speakers include Syracuse University student-athletes as well as industry professionals. Brittney Sykes ’17 (current WNBA player for the LA Sparks), Cam Lynch ’15 (former NFL linebacker) Morgan Alexander ’21 (women’s lacrosse), and Quincy Guerrier ’23 (men’s basketball) will serve as panelists. Additional keynote speakers include Valorie Kondos Fields (PAC 12 Women’s Gymnastics Coach of the Century), Dr. Jessica Bartley (Director of Mental Health for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committees), Breyah Richardson (former Loyola New Orleans women’s basketball player and founder of B.R.E.A.T.H.E., an organization designed to bring mental health resources to the Black community), Matt Davidson (Founder and President of the Excellence with Integrity Institute), Resa Lovelace (Founder of RBL Theory, an organization dedicated to promoting workplace diversity and inclusivity), and Dona Rodgers (Founder of Morgan’s Message, which strives to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health within the student-athlete community and equalize the treatment of physical and mental health in athletics). The topic of mental health is relevance in our society, particularly amongst sporting communities, where, regardless of age, race, gender, and/or sexuality, nearly 35 percent of professional athletes cite that they are coping with some form of a mental health issue. The Syracuse University Sport Venue and Event Management program aims to bring awareness to mental health issues affecting athletes and to provide a safe space for sharing information and encouraging discussion. This year’s symposium, “More Than a Game,” is a first of its kind within the program’s history as a completely online event.
The last 12 months have given us a constant stream of disconcerting news and other information. It is important that we are aware of what is going on in the world, but we need to make sure that the information we consume is empowering us rather than overpowering us. Please join us for a workshop on tips and strategies for developing and maintaining a healthy “information diet”. Join social sciences librarian Winn Wasson. REGISTER