Monday, Nov. 16, 5:00 PM via Zoom
“Organizations That Provide Opportunities For Underrepresented Students – How We Can Support Them?” Taylor Strode, Executive MBA Student and recipient of an AAUW Career Development Grant, will talk about her background with NYC Outbound Program and her focus on inclusion in leadership roles.
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Book Group Meeting, Monday, Nov. 9, 7:00 via Zoom
Discussion of “How to be an Antiracist” led by Margaret Nichols
Recording of Zoom talk by Dr. Bradwell on October 14th: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/LhEM4iE19md2SJtPmAljgsGRWGmSyLIG3_reOngVSeGCIv27SLoGGmOU0l1s2vnA.HkzArusM5YieRXew?startTime=1602792271000
Talk by Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell. entitled “Education, Equity, and Safety: What COVID-19 Is Teaching Us”. Sean was just recently re-elected to the Ithaca City School Board. This should be a fascinating look at what is currently happening in our local school district.
Dr. Eversley Bradwell is an assistant professor in the Department of Education at Ithaca College. Additionally, this is his fifth term on the ICSD board.
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