Events

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Inventory last updated on Aug 28, 2018.  Please send any new events or corrections to iea@syr.edu.

School/College/OfficeName of Activity/EventDateWebsiteProgram Description
Office of Multicultural AffairsNya wenha Ska:nonh WelcomeAugust 20, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsOpen HouseAugust 23, 2018link
Disability Cultural CenterCultural Center WelcomeAugust 30, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsCultural Centers Welcome FairAugust 30, 2018link
Slutzker Center for International ServicesMix-It-Up (Thematic Cross Cultural Dialogue) Themed TBAAugust 31, 2018link
Slutzker Center for International ServicesMix-It-Up (Thematic Cross Cultural Dialogue) Themed TBASeptember 7, 2018link
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public AffairsHerbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health PolicySeptember 13, 2018linkDr. Carol Graham and Leo Pasvolsky present the 2018 Lourie Lecture "Unequal Hopes, Lives, and Lifespans in the USA"
College of Arts and SciencesHispanic Heritage Month Opening EventSeptember 14, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsInagural Event: ¡CUBA!September 14, 2018link
La Casita Cultural CenterInaugural Reception & Exhibit Opening of: ¡CUBA!September 14, 2018link
Slutzker Center for International ServicesMix-It-Up (Thematic Cross Cultural Dialogue) Themed TBASeptember 14, 2018link
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementOffical Launch of The Lender Center of Social JusticeSeptember 14, 2018University center promoting collaborations that support the development of scholars who are committed to social justice
Office of Multicultural AffairsOpening Kick-Off - Opening CeremonySeptember 14, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsOpening Kick-Off - ParadeSeptember 14, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsTango Dancing: MILONGA SENTIMENTALSeptember 15, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsRecital: VOCES EN EXILIO (Voices in Exile)September 20, 2018link
College of Arts and SciencesVoces en ExilioSeptember 20, 2018linkPeppie is a first-generation American of Cuban descent, whose family was exiled from its homeland.
Slutzker Center for International ServicesMix-It-Up (Thematic Cross Cultural Dialogue) Themed TBASeptember 21, 2018link
Office of Multicultural Affairs8th Anniversary of Cuba to Cuse
September 21, 2018linkOne Man Show Featuring José Miguel Hernandez Hurtado
Office of Multicultural Affairs8th Anniversary of Cuba to Cuse
September 23, 2018linkOne Man Show Featuring José Miguel Hernandez Hurtado
La Casita Cultural CenterEncore performance at Dean’s Convocation at Hendricks Chapel September 23, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsRecital: VOCES EN EXILIO (Voices in Exile) Encore Performance
September 23, 2018link
College of Arts and SciencesSpiritual Journey of DisplacementSeptember 23, 2018linkThe Dean's Convocation will incorporate "Voces en Exilio," a work marking the first anniversary of Hurricane María
Sponsors of the 16th Annual Human Rights Film Festival"The Sentence" September 27, 2018linkFilmmaker Rudy Valdez constructs a powerful portrait of the long-term effects of mandatory prison sentencing
Office of Multicultural AffairsFiesta LatinaSeptember 27, 2018link
Sponsors of the 16th Annual Human Rights Film Festival"On her Shoulders" September 28, 2018linkYazidi genocide survivor Nadia Murad travels the world to garner international response to her community’s peril
Slutzker Center for International ServicesMix-It-Up (Thematic Cross Cultural Dialogue) Themed TBASeptember 28, 2018link
Sponsors of the 16th Annual Human Rights Film Festival"Call Her Granda" September 29, 2018linkThe murder of a Filipina transwoman by a U.S. Marine illuminates how gendered violence becomes a geopolitical battle
Sponsors of the 16th Annual Human Rights Film Festival"I Dream in Another Language" September 29, 2018linkA young linguist seeks to document an indigenous language before its last speakers pass away
Sponsors of the 16th Annual Human Rights Film Festival"White Sun"September 29, 2018linkFinding the political within the everyday, this film uses a village’s adversity to narrate Nepal’s devasting civil war
La Casita Cultural CenterInspirational talk by Matt De La Pena September 29, 2018linkInspirational talk by award-winning Latino children’s author MATT DE LA PEÑA
Office of Multicultural Affairs"Rep Where You're From" open micOctober 3, 2018N/A
Office of Multicultural AffairsTango Dancing: MILONGA SENTIMENTALOctober 3, 2018link
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementIMPRESS Program: Keith Boykin October 5, 2018link He is speaking in Lender on “Diversity without Division.” The event is open to all Whitman undergraduate students.
Disability Cultural CenterOrangeAbilityOctober 7, 2018link
La Casita Cultural CenterFilm Screening: CHAVISMO, THE PLAGUE OF THE 21st CENTURY October 9, 2018link
Office of Multicultural Affairs15th Annual WellsLink Transition CeremonyOctober 12, 2018link
Office of Special EventsUniversity Lecture Series: A Conversation with Goerge SaundersOctober 18, 2018linkcosponsored by Alumni Engagement as part of Orange Central
Office of Multicultural AffairsLa Joven Guardia del Teatro Latino Presents: Nené TraviesaOctober 18, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsOffice of Program Development Multicultural Awardee BreakfastOctober 20, 2018link
Office of Multicultural AffairsLa Joven Guardia del Teatro Latino Presents: Nené TraviesaOctober 21, 2018link
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: Into the WoodsOctober 12, 2018link
Office of Special EventsUniversity Lecture Series: A Conversation with Margaret AtwoodOctober 25, 2018link cosponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Humanities Center
Office of Multicultural AffairsMulticultural Family Affairs ReceptionOctober 27, 2018link
College of Arts and SciencesReturning from Conflict: A Nonfiction Reading by the Syracuse Veterans’ WritingNovember 8, 2018linkA 5pm reception preceeds an evening of storytelling as local veterans bear witness to 50 years of military experiences.
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: Next FallNovember 9, 2018link
Office of Special EventsUniversity Lecture Series: Rovert ShutterflyNovember 29, 2018link cosponsored by the Tanner Lecture Series on Ethics, Citizenship, and Public Responsibility
College of Arts and SciencesFiesta de Navidad en la CasitaDecember 6, 2018linkCommunity-wide Christmas party with live music and dance show, and a buffet of traditional Carribean holiday treats.
La Casita Cultural CenterFiesta De NavadidDecember 7, 2018link
Schine Student Services and ProgrammingPancake Breakfast StressbusterDecember 9, 2018link
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: Elf the MusicalNovember 23, 2018link
La Casita Cultural CenterRecital VOCES EN EXILIO: Puerto Rico Post María at La Casita November 23, 2018link
Disability Cultural Center8th Annual Disability Day of Mourning March 1, 2019N/AWith DSU, BCCC, DLS, Disabled in Action, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, and myriad partners
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: Hero of NamibiaFebruary 22, 2019linkWe Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: The Wild PartyMarch 29, 2019link
Disability Cultural Center"Cripping" The Comic ConApril 13, 2019link
La Casita Cultural CenterYoung Art/Arte JovenApril 27, 2019link
Office of Multicultural Affairs16th Annual Indigenous Graduation ReceptionMay 4, 2019link
College of Visual and Performing Arts - Department of Drama Play: Good KidsMay 3, 2019link
Office of Multicultural AffairsMulticultural Graduation ReceptionMay 12, 2019link
LGBT Resource CenterHoliGayTBAlinkend-of-semester celebration for LGBT RC community
Office of Multicultural AffairsIndigenous People's DayTBAlinkmultiple activities within day
Disability Cultural CenterRemembrance VigilTBAlinkremembers people with disabilities murdered by family member and caregivers
LGBT Resource CenterTrans Day of RemembranceTBAlinkeducational campaign on trans lives; remembers trans people who have been murdered
LGBT Resource CenterTrans Week of LiberationTBAlinkawareness campaign and event with keynote speaker; celebrating trans liberation
Office of Multicultural AffairsWellsLink Transitions CeremonyTBAlinkhonors WellsLink Scholars from previous year; keynote speaker on topics of equity, social justice, student success, etc.
Disability Cultural CenterA Place at the TableTBAlink With myriad partners – administrative units and students groups/organizations
Office of Multicultural AffairsAsian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month CelebrationTBAlinkmultiple activities within month celebration
La Casita Cultural CenterBilingual LibraryTBAlinkProvides support for dual-language literacy programs and the community at large
Office of Multicultural AffairsBlack History Month CelebrationTBAlinkmultiple activities within month celebration
LGBT Resource CenterComing Out Month CelebrationTBAlinkmultiple activities within month-long celebration
LGBT Resource CenterCreating Change ConferenceTBAlinknational conference, students apply to attend, delegation of students hosts forum/event to share what they learned
Disability Cultural CenterCripping the Comic ComTBAlinkconference on disability and pop culture
La Casita Cultural CenterDanza Workshops - October 2018

TBAlinkDance instruction focuses on Latin rhythms including salsa, merengue, bachata, bomba & plena
Disability Cultural CenterDCC Open House - October 2018TBAlink
Disability Cultural CenterDeconstructing Autism AwarenessTBAlinkstudent-driven event w/ support from DCC; panel discussion focused on neurodiversity and promoting autism acceptance
Disability Cultural CenterDisabilifunkTBAlinkstudent-driven event w/ support from DCC; offers inclusive a cappella, karakeo, improv
Disability Cultural CenterDisabilities as Ways of KnowingTBAlink A Series of Creative Writing Conversations (with administrative units and students groups/organizations)
Disability Cultural CenterDisability Awareness MonthTBAlinkmultiple activities within month-long celebration
Disability Cultural CenterDisability Campus Conversation 2019TBAN/AFollowing up from Spring 2018 Disability Caucus and Campus Conversation
La Casita Cultural CenterDual Language Reading Circles

October 1, 2018link 2 SESSIONS WEEKLY / TUESDAYS 5PM Dual-language workshops to develop conversation and reading skills, working in groups and combining language practices with creative activities that relate to the reading themes. Group 1 enrollment: 11 children / Group 2 enrollment: 6 children Ages 5-12
Office of Multicultural AffairsEnd of Year CelebrationTBAlinkcelebrates all students invovled in OMA programs
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementIMPRESS Program: "Let's Talk Whitman"TBAlinkMonthly 'coffee with students' that discussed various topics including diversity amd inclusion.
Disability Cultural CenterInterfaith Dialogue Dinner SeriesTBAlink
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications International Student ForumTBAN/A
Office of Health PromotionIntersectionality MattersTBAlinkStudent-driven event that is part of mental health awareness week; mental health and identity
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications Leaders in CommunicationFall 2018N/A
LGBT Resource CenterLGBTQQIAA SocialTBAlinkwelcome event to engage with LGBTQIA+ community and resources
La Casita Cultural CenterManos Dual Language Pre-School Program October 1, 2018linkDual Language program in partnership with Partners in Learning and Seymour School’s Manos Program
La Casita Cultural CenterMi MusicaOctober 1, 2018link3 MUSIC LESSONS WEEKLY / DATE & TIME TBA Individualized violin lessons. Enrollment: 3, Ages 10-11
Office of Multicultural AffairsNative Heritage Month CelebrationTBAlinkmultiple activities within month celebration
Office of Multicultural AffairsOMA MixerTBAlinkstudents of color meet and engage with staff and faculty in an informal setting
Disability Cultural CenterOn Living Racialized Autism - Campus PresenterFall 2018linkLydia Brown - Campus Presenter
Disability Cultural CenterOrange After Dark: Film Screening 2019linkOrange After Dark film screening, possibly connected with the 2019 “Cripping” the Comic Con
La Casita Cultural CenterOrquesta


October 1, 2018linkChildren’s Music instrument making and performance workshop
La Casita Cultural CenterPresentation & Latin Jazz Concert: CUBAN BEAT TBAlink
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications Race and Media SeminarMarch 1, 2019N/A
LGBT Resource CenterRainbow Banquet linkend-of-year celebration of LGBTQIA+ communities at Syracuse, ESF and Syracuse community
La Casita Cultural CenterSTEM WorkshopOctober 1, 2018linkWeekly activities integrate STEM principles with creative, artistic activities
Division of Enrollment and Student ExperienceSTOP BIAS Campaign linkeducational campaign and reporting tool for bias-related incidents
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications Students of Color Student ForumN/A
Division of Enrollment and Student ExperienceInclusive Excellence TourNovember 16, 2018linkDr. Damon A Williams and his Inclusive Excellence Tour- the general scope of the discussions is diversity and inclusion.
Office of Veteran and Military AffairNational Military Appreciation Month - MayTBAlink
Office of Veteran and Military AffairStudent Veteran graduation and ROTC - MayCommissioningTBAlinkCommencement for student veterans and annual ROTC commissioning
Office of Veteran and Military AffairArmed Forces DayMay 18, 2018linkHoliday honoring active duty
Office of Veteran and Military AffairMemorial DayMay 27, 2018linkHoliday honoring fallen service members
Office of Veteran and Military AffairTillman Scholars Announcement - JuneTBAlinkTillman scholars are military-connected individuals who receive academic scholarships as they pursue higher ed degrees
Institution for Veterans and Military FamiliesEntrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans at Syracuse University - JulyTBAlinkOne week intensive for aspiring veteran entrepreneurs
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementIMPRESS Current Challenges Speaker SeriesSeptember 7, 2018linkGustavo Pérez Berlanga is the Senior VP of Social Responsibility at Mexico’s Toks Restaurant Group
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementIMPRESS Current Challenges Speaker SeriesOctober 5, 2018linkKeith Boykin is a CNN political commentator, New York Times best-selling author, journalist, actor and public speaker
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementCultural Expo/International WeekTBAlinkA week-long celebration of global diversity among the Whitman School population.
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementWhitman Women in BusinessTBAlinkA panel discussion led by female faculty and alumni to help admitted females see their potential at the Whitman School
Martin J. Whitman School of ManagementWISE SymposiumTBAlinkThe symposium includes an extensive variety of seminars and panel discussions offering practical advice
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public AffairsPostrevolutionary Iran: A book talk with Mehrzad BoroujerdiSeptember 6, 2018linkMehrzad Boroujerdi will discuss Postrevolutionary Iran: A Political Handbook
Syracuse LibrariesGlobal Entrepreneurship Week at Syracuse UniversityNovember 12, 2018linkAactivities throughout the week will engage all parts of Syracuse’s entrepreneurship ecosystem
Syracuse Libraries"A Peace of My Mind"September 4, 2018link“A Peace of My Mind” is a multimedia arts project built around the simple question, “What does peace mean to you?”
Syracuse LibrariesFusión Caribe: The History of Our MusicSeptember 15, 2018linkDisplayed as part of the Office of Mulitcultural Affairs' Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month celebration
Syracuse Libraries"Who Am I? Who Will I Become?" book launchSeptember 20, 2018linkCelebrates the launch of the recent publication, "Who Am I? Who Will I Become?"
Syracuse LibrariesSeeing the Whole Community: Serving patrons with Print Disabilities ages 0 - 100September 20, 2018linkThis presentation is part of the SU Libraries' "Issues in Digital Scholarship Forum"
Syracuse LibrariesPanel Discussion on Serving Patrons with Print DisabilitiesSeptember 20, 2018linkThis presentation is part of the SU Libraries' "Issues in Digital Scholarship Forum"
Syracuse LibrariesBe OrangeSeptember 1, 2018linkAnother presentation of the BeOrange training for SU Libaries staff who were unable to attend the August event
Syracuse LibrariesOpen Access Week panelOctober 22, 2018linkThis event will be a panel discussion on open access initiatives and projects within the SU community.
Syracuse LibrariesOpen Access Week workshopOctober 24, 2018linkAttendees will participate in a submit-a-thon to prepare and submit their scholarship to the Libraries' open repository
Syracuse LibrariesLaunching a Micro-businessNovember 13, 2018linkPanel of local entrepreneurs providing advice on how InclusiveU students can pursue launching their own small businesses
Syracuse LibrariesPitch Fest!November 27, 2018InclusiveU students will be tasked to develop short pitches for their micro-business ideas
Syracuse LibrariesAssisting Patrons with DisabilitiesOctober 1, 1900The patrons with disabilities will share their own library experiences and offer suggestions as to what works for them
Syracuse LibrariesAsian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Anti-Asian Hate Crime ExhibitApril 1, 2019linkThis annual exhibit remembers the Denny’s incident
Syracuse LibrariesLiving LibraryApril 1, 2019linkAn event that encourages people from different backgrounds to talk with and learn from each other in a safe environment
Syracuse LibrariesNow More Than Ever: The Political Urgency of Community Archives April 23, 2018linkThis presentation is part of the Syracuse Humanities Center's 2018-2019 Syracuse Symposium Series, "Stories."
Syracuse LibrariesHow To Tell Your Community's StoryApril 24, 2018linkThis workshop is part of the Syracuse Humanities Center's 2018-2019 Syracuse Symposium Series, "Stories."
Syracuse LibrariesDisplaysongoinglinkDisplays for various events such as heritage weeks/months or if requested out of patron interest
Syracuse LibrariesMental Health AwarenessongoinglinkProvides advice and good practices for understanding mental health, supporting each other and responding when necessary
Syracuse LibrariesSeminar ViewingsongoinglinkThe libraries hold screenings of webinars and recorded presentations on topics related to diversity and inclusion
The College of Arts and Sciences A Contemplative View of Human ResilienceSeptember 23, 2018linkBy José “Peppie” Calvar, performed by the Hendricks Chapel Choir pays tribute to displaced hurricane victims
The College of Arts and Sciences and S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications16th Annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film FestivalSeptember 27, 2018linkHuman rights and social justice issues are explored through an international selection of features
The David B. Falk College College of Sport and Human Dynamics and College of Visual and Performing ArtsCREATE: Art, Act, EatOctober 4, 2018linkJones discusses how food and activism flavor his public art projects and how these help craft stories about community
The David B. Falk College College of Sport and Human Dynamics and College of Visual and Performing ArtsFinding the Meaning of Food: Crafting Stories Into Art on the Community FarmOctober 6, 2018linkInternationally-renowned artist Seitu Jones leads a hands-on workshop on community-based art and the value of food
S.I Newhouse School of Public CommunicationsLook Now: Facing Breast CancerOctober 11, 2018linkMulti-media exhibit shares personal stories of cancer survivors
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public AffairsSacred Landscape, Secular Law: Storying Spirituality on American Public LandsOctober 12, 2018linkThe lecture concludes with a reception, presented as part of this semester's Symposium course, "Geography of Religion"
The College of Arts and Sciences An Evening With...October 25, 2018linkDetails coming soon.
Light WorkMama's Clothes: Visual Storytelling in the Photographs of Keisha ScarvilleNovember 1, 2018linkThis gallery talk doubles as an opening reception for Scarville's exhibit of provocative phography
Light WorkKeisha Scarville Portfolio WorkshopNovember 2, 2018linkRegister for one-on-one portfolio reviews with the photographer, exploring ideas of narrative structure
Society for New MusicThe Odyssey: Stories of the Boat PeopleNovember 2, 2018linkVietnamese composer Vân-Ánh Vanessa VÕ performs with Society for New Music all-stars.
The College of Arts and Sciences Returning from Conflict: A Nonfiction Reading by the Syracuse Veterans’ Writing GroupNovember 8, 2018linkA 5pm reception preceeds an evening of storytelling as local veterans bear witness to 50 years of military experiences
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications and The College of Arts and SciencesWitkin & Witkin: Twin Stories of a Photographer and a PainterNovember 13, 2018linkPublic screening of Trisha Ziff’s double-portrait of Witkin brothers, Jerome and his twin, Joel.
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the College of Arts and SciencesDemographic Aging in Japan and BeyondSeptember 22, 2018linkExplores how factors such as tolerance for diversity affect the demographic sustainability of Japan
The College of Arts and Sciences Tango and BorgesSeptember 25, 2018linkThis bilingual (Spanish/English) performance introduces the audience to one of Argentina’s most popular writers
The College of Arts and Sciences Language Acts and Worldmaking: Our Words Make WorldsNovember 6, 2018linkStevens presents research from the UK-based humanities project, “Language Acts and Worldmaking "
The College of Arts and Sciences “Disappeared” in Mexico: The Challenges of Feminist Legal Anthropology and the Crisis of Human RightsNovember 6, 2018linkFocuses on the new challenges that arise in working with mothers´ of disappeared, a terrible phenomena in Mexico
The College of Arts and Sciences TENDER R/AGE :: RABIA TIERNAFebruary 21, 2019linkA project that participates visually and textually in a outcry against the caging of children and other migrants
The College of Arts and Sciences RELATE: A Workshop on Engaged ScholarshipFebruary 22, 2019linkLicona leads this workshop of focused shared discussion
College of Visual and Performing ArtsStories in the Blood: Slave Narratives and Identity in Contemporary American TheatreOctober 21, 2018linkFeatures educators, scholars, and artists whose work reflects the storytelling of identities in the American narrative