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  Issue Number 13 • Tuesday, March 19, 2013  

Campus Champion Lorraine Berry

Campus Champion

Growing up hearing her dad say, “Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do something because you’re a girl” inspired Lorraine Berry to take on the world. The NeoVox project director helps to bring world issues into focus at SUNY Cortland. Earlier this year, she brought us teach-ins on the Congo and on gun control. On March 26, she will present a feminist analysis of the TV series “The Walking Dead.” Lorraine champions raising awareness of racial and gender inequalities and is the force behind two such April presentations: the April 2 talk on Rosa Parks and an April 19 student presentation on Henrietta Lacks, at Transformations.

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Tuesday, March 19

Information Session: Disney College Program, sponsored by Career Services, Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-7, 6 p.m.


Tuesday, March 19

Women's History Month Talk: “Social Justice and Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities,” by Sandy Lane of Syracuse University, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, 7 p.m. 


Tuesday, March 19

Open Mic Night: Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 7 p.m.


Wednesday, March 20

Wellness Wednesday Event: “Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day,” Corey Union, first floor, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.


Wednesday, March 20

Sandwich Seminar: “Army ROTC – More Than Just Marching Around,” retired Maj. Kevin Swab, Army ROTC, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, 12:30-1:30 p.m.


Wednesday, March 20

Brooks Museum Lecture Series: “Anthropological Contributions to Preventing Blinding Eye Disease in Egypt,” Robert Rubinstein and Sandra Lane, Syracuse University Culture and Health, Moffett Center, Room 2125, 4:30 pm. A reception to welcome the speakers begins at 4 p.m. in the Brooks Museum, Moffett Center, Room 2126.


Wednesday, March 20

Faculty Book Chat: “Outliers: The Story of Success,” by Malcolm Gladwell, sponsored by the Faculty Development Center and led by Herbert Haines, Sociology/Anthropology Department, Corey Union, Room 209, 4-5 p.m. 


Wednesday, March 20

Women's History Month Talk: “The Good Ole Boy Extraction Club: Patriarchy, Patriotism and Pandering in the Era of Hydraulic Fracturing,” Wendy Lynn Lee, Bloomsburg State University, Sperry Center, Room 205, 4:30 p.m.


Thursday, March 21

Grad Finale: Corey Union, 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.


Thursday, March 21

Career and Internship Fair: Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.


Thursday, March 21

Women's History Month Panel Discussion: Women’s Path to Success, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, 3 p.m. 


Thursday, March 21

Opening Reception: “Threads: Contemporary Embroidery,” Dowd Gallery, 9 Main St, 3rd floor, 4:30-6:30 p.m., exhibit runs through April 25


Saturday, March 23

Campus-wide Event: “The State of Poverty Simulation,” Park Center Corey Gymnasium, 9-11 a.m.  


Saturday, March 23

Children’s Museum Series Event: Activities featured in the book Active Play, and from the “Healthy Highways Program,” Child Care Center, Education Building, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.


Saturday, March 23

Women of Color Celebration: Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, 2:30-6 p.m.


Sunday, March 24

Performance: Traditional Japanese artist, choreographer and arts educator Sachiyo Ito, and her dance company, Corey Union Function Room, 2 p.m. 


Monday, March 25

Etiquette Dining Program: Career Services event featuring panel discussion and meal with school district administrators, Corey Union Function Room, 5:30 p.m., registration required.


Tuesday, March 26

Advising Workshop: “Back to Basics,” Advisement and Transition, Old Main Colloquium, 11:30 a.m. R.S.VP. to 607-753-4726.


Tuesday, March 26

Women's History Month Talk: “The Walking Dead: A Feminist Critique,” by Lorraine Berry, Sperry Center, Room 105, 4:30 p.m.


Tuesday, March 26

In/Common Series Presentation: By Not Dead Yet, a national disability rights group, on the topic of medical ethics and end-of-life decisions, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, 5 p.m. 


Tuesday, March 26

2013 Charles N. Poskanzer Lecture: “Tobacco and Food: Connecting the Dots,” by Gary Giovino, professor and chair, Department of Community Health and Health Behavior, University at Buffalo, Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 7 p.m.


Wednesday, March 27

Sandwich Seminar: “Why Pussy Riot Didn’t Empower My Russian Mother,” professional writing student Allison Best, Old Main Colloquium, 12:30-1:30 p.m.


Wednesday, March 27

Film: “The Dream Share Project,” explores how successful people have pursued their dreams and found careers they love, co-sponsored with Career Services, Corey Union Function Room, 7 p.m.


Thursday, March 28

Sandwich Seminar: “Room Reservation System Demo and Q&A,” presented by staff from Information Resources, Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge, noon-1 p.m.


Thursday, March 28

Film: “Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary,” a film on the legendary journalist and author Mumia Abu Jamal, with discussion led by Mecke Nagel, Philosophy Department and Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies, Sperry Center, Room 204, 7-9:30 p.m.


Friday, March 29

Grant Seminar: “NSF: Getting Your Foot in the Door Strategies,” by Jeff Stanton from the I-School, Syracuse University, Old Main Colloquium, noon-2:30 p.m. Lunch provided at 11:30 a.m. R.S.V.P. Research and Sponsored Programs


Tuesday, April 2

Lecture: “The Rebellious Life of Activist Rosa Parks: Remembering Her 100th Birthday,” by author Jeanne Theoharis, Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 2:50-4:30 p.m., with book signing to follow


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William Richards ’88 Joins Academic Hall of Fame

A leading researcher of medical therapeutics, Richards is the 12th inductee. read more


College Plans Women’s History Month Events

Events will explore Russian band Pussy Riot, Rosa Parks and "The Walking Dead." read more



Capture the Moment

Cap-Moment-construction

The view from SUNY Cortland's new planetarium takes shape as renovation and expansion work continues on Bowers Hall, the College’s science facility. More than 300 construction workers are involved in a total of six capital projects currently under way on campus. The state-of-the-art planetarium will include 55 seats and is slated for completion in January 2014.


In Other News

Poverty Simulation to Model Barriers

Scholar on Rosa Parks to Speak April 2

College Writing Contest Winners Named

Roundtable to Discuss Hoxie Gorge April 4

Lecture Considers Fruits, Veggies and Tobacco Use

Embroidery Inspires Dowd Gallery Exhibition

Sachiyo Ito to Capture Japanese Dance

Students Plan for Commencement at Grad Finale

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Faculty/Staff Activities

Genevieve Birren and Mark Dodds presented at the Sport and Recreation Law Association’s conference in Denver. read more

Robert Spitzer compared the use of presidential powers by Bush and Obama at a conference on "The State of the Presidency." read more

Richard Kendrick presented a lecture and a training session at a conference in Marrakech, Morocco. read more

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