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Lunar New Year Celebration

Join the Asian American Pacific Islander Medical Student Association as they celebrate the Lunar New Year with music, performances, exhibits and food catered by Golden Dragon Restaurant. M1 and P1 students who attend are eligible for one professional foundations II credit.

Ticket Prices

  • Students $8 and $10 at the door
  • Faculty & Staff $10 in advance and $12 at the door

 

Ticket sales begin February 5 in the NEW Center Atrium. Faculty and staff can purchase tickets from Andre Burton, J.D.

Rethinking Race: Black, White and Beyond

A forum in which race and race-related issues can be discussed, examined, and hopefully, better understood through films, performances, Face-2-Face Conversations, and keynote speakers. Rethinking Race hopes to engage the public with important topics such as diversity in the workplace and awareness of issues and culture.

Speaker: February 16, 2018

Keynote Speaker: Charlottesville: The Call for a More Civil Society
Dr. Gregory J. Vincent, President of Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Rethinking Race: Black, White and Beyond

A forum in which race and race-related issues can be discussed, examined, and hopefully, better understood through films, performances, Face-2-Face Conversations, and keynote speakers. Rethinking Race hopes to engage the public with important topics such as diversity in the workplace and awareness of issues and culture.

Speaker: February 8, 2018

Racial Dialogues: Why is it so Difficult to Honestly Talk About Race?
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Derald Wing Sue, Professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University

Rethinking Race: Black, White and Beyond

A forum in which race and race-related issues can be discussed, examined, and hopefully, better understood through films, performances, Face-2-Face Conversations, and keynote speakers. Rethinking Race hopes to engage the public with important topics such as diversity in the workplace and awareness of issues and culture.

Keynote Speaker: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Slurred Realities: Pocahontas, Misrepresentations, and Political Punchlines
Dr. Heather Shotton, Associate Professor in Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma

Celebrating Native American Culture

Join the College of Pharmacy’s Kimberly Kennedy for an exciting evening of information, crafts and entertainment that gives an insight to America’s indigenous people. Traditional Native American refreshments will be provided and performances will start at 6 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public.

Online registration is open now.

This event is sponsored by NEOMED’s Embracing Diversity Series.