Past Events

Oct.
21

12:00–1:00 pm

PSD Roundtable Talks: Engaging in Inclusive Conversations (Suggested Tools)

Zoom

The Physical Sciences Division is hosting a series of roundtable talks exploring equity, diversity, and inclusion topics ranging from race and privilege to anti-racism.

Oct.
20

7:00–8:30 pm

2020 Kirschner Lecture - From D.C. to Damascus: The Architecture of Modern-Day Authoritarianism

Zoom

Attend the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights' annual Robert H. Kirschner, MD, Human Rights Memorial Lecture, streamed live from the Harper Memorial Library Reading Room. This deeply relevant conversation will center on the work of scholars Lisa Wedeen and Tom Ginsburg, whose writings and research seek to understand the challenges posed by authoritarian regimes around the world.

Oct.
20

12:00–1:00 pm

PSD Roundtable Talks: Beyond Cosmetic Inclusion

Zoom

The Physical Sciences Division is hosting a series of roundtable talks exploring equity, diversity, and inclusion topics ranging from race and privilege to anti-racism.

Oct.
20

12:00–1:00 pm

Diversity Dialogues: Maurice Charles

Zoom

Diversity Dialogues are designed to bring together individuals from the University to learn about and act upon issues related to diversity and inclusion. This session, titled Practicing Faith in a Pluralistic World, will feature Rev. Dr. Maurice Charles, Dean of Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.

Oct.
19

4:00–5:00 pm

Support Space for Students of Color

Zoom

This semi-structured support space is for students of color to receive support, build community, and learn resiliency and coping strategies to thrive.

Oct.
16

3:00–4:00 pm

Ada Lovelace Week: Academic

Zoom

Attend the final event of Ada Lovelace Week, which will feature two speakers who are both professors doing research in human computer interaction with work that intersects with security, privacy, design, and health.

Oct.
15

6:00–8:00 pm

Virtual Community for Black Women: Group Wellness Coaching

Zoom

Students will have an opportunity to work through shared wellness concerns and experiences in an open and supportive environment.

Oct.
15

3:00–4:00 pm

Ada Lovelace Week: Art

Zoom

Attend the third event during Ada Lovelace week, which will feature two speakers who are exploring frontiers at the intersection of technology and art including novel immersive game design to wearable therapeutic devices.

Oct.
14

7:00–8:00 pm

"A Most Beautiful Thing": Screening and Panel Discussion

Zoom

"A Most Beautiful Thing" tells the story of the first African American high school rowing team in the nation from the West Side of Chicago.

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