For those that do not have courses or meetings in the new and improved 227 PSYC, go have a look! The floors are now carpeted and the tables have new feet installed to make room rearrangement much easier. Most importantly, we have included artwork created by Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya as part of her Beyond Curie series to highlight significant women in science and technology. Much better than blank walls or seascapes, in my opinion.
Monthly Archives: April 2018
Diversity events this week
Racial Battle Fatigue
When: 4/9 6-8pm
Where: Upham Hall 001
Description: AS part of the “Critical Inquiry and Penny Lecture Series,” Dr. William Smith will present a talk on the long-term effects of offensive racist mechanisms and on racial battle fatigue across the lifespan of African Americans.
Deliberate Dining Party
When: 4/10 7-9pm
Where: Shriver (Bystrom Room)
Description: Join us for delicious Mediterranean food and table discussions about topics related to identity and interfaith and social justice, as well as to hear about a new initiative that challenges us to “pay it forward”! Students, Community Members, Faculty, and Staff are all welcome! To register, please visit this link.
Maya-Ixil Cultural Rights and Megaprojects in Guatemala
When: 4/11 5:30-6:30pm
Where: Heritage Room, Shriver Center
Description: As part of the “Lectures in Contemporary Anthropology” series, Baltazar de la Cruz Rodriguez will give a talk on cultural rights and mega projects in Guatemala.
Racial Legacies and Learning
When: 4/11 7-9pm
Where: Parrish Auditorium (Hamilton Campus)
Description: This is “an interactive program that explores how black women musicians have used music as a means of documenting and promoting the struggle for equality and social justice in America.” In this talk, Tammy Kernodle will present a talk on African American music, jazz, history and gender studies.
Reading of the Names
When: 4/12 8am-6:15pm
Where: SEAL lawn area
Description: In recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Hillel, the Association of Jewish Students, will read the names of children murdered during the Holocaust.
Syrian Heritage and Reconstruction
When: 4/12 3-5pm
Where: Shideler Hall 152
Description: “Tim Harrison, a prominent ancient archaeologist from University of Toronto, will be speaking on heritage and post-war reconstruction in the Middle East (with a focus on Syria).”
Disability and the Media—Film Screening of Wonder
When: 4/12 6:15-9pm
Where: Farmer School of Business 0020
Description: EDP 272 students are hosting a film screening and discussion of the film Wonder, which features a boy with a physical disability. A discussion will be held about media portrays of disability.
Safe Zone 201
When: 4/13 9-11:30am
Where: Armstrong Student Center 2078
Description: Safe Zone 201 builds on the knowledge gained in Safe Zone 101 and focuses specifically on what it means to be an LGBTQ+ ally.
When: 4/14 1-4pm
Where: Slant Walk
Description: Inclusionfest will feature performances (e.g., Best Buddies Friendship Choir), activities (art, inclusive sports), and informational tables for Best Buddies, NAACP, PFLAG, Students with Disabilities, and more.
African Students’ Union Gala
When: 4/14 6-9pm
Where: Wilks Theater
Description: Hosted by the Miami University African Students’ Union, the evening “will showcase the rich and diverse cultures of Africa through dance, plays, and other entertainment.”