Black Feminist Trio to Headline Syracuse Symposium Keynote Event Nov. 27

Syracuse Symposium continues its yearlong look at “Belonging” with a keynote event featuring a trio of acclaimed Black feminist scholars. On Monday, Nov. 27, Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Paula J. Giddings and Beverly Guy-Sheftall will convene a dialogue titled “Black Feminists and the Transformation of American Public Life” from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium, 140 Newhouse 3. Read more at SU News.

Inclusive Excellence Tour Comes to Campus Nov. 16

Nationally recognized diversity and inclusion expert Damon A. Williams will visit Syracuse University on Thursday, Nov. 16, and Friday, Nov. 17, as part of the Inclusive Excellence Tour. The nationwide Inclusive Excellence Tour brings communities together for discussion about diversity, equity, inclusion and change. Through this effort, Williams aims to empower one million leaders and 5,000 organizations to use more evidence-based diversity, equity and inclusion strategies to achieve meaningful change. Find out more at SU News.

Live Virtual Conference: ‘Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web, and Technology Conference’

All University faculty, staff and students are invited to the Accessing Higher Ground Virtual Conference, a live, web-based conference focused on accessible media, web and technology, presented by the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD). The 20th annual main conference will be held Wednesday-Friday, Nov. 15-17, and the virtual conference will be hosted in two locations on the University campus. Registration is free; please register online by Monday, Nov. 13, for the sessions you plan to attend.

University Continues Celebration for Native Heritage Month

Throughout the month of November, the Office of Multicultural Affairs within the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience, in collaboration with student organizations and campus partners, hosts Native Heritage Month. Native Heritage Month offers a variety of events to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of native people. Read more at SU News.