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Elena Makarova is a writer, educator, historian and exhibit curator, specializing in Jewish spiritual resistance in the Terezin Ghetto and Concentration Camp, particularly through art.
Ms. Markova will talk about Dicker-Brandeis’ exceptional work as a teacher and her impact on modern art therapy.
This event will be moderated by Prof. Lori R. Weintrob, Director, Wagner College Holocaust Center, who will discuss how Dicker-Brandeis’ political commitments informed her educational vision.
Pre-registration required here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Watch online as Women's Basketball hosts Bryant.
Fans will not be permitted in the Sports Center but you can stream online at necfrontrow.com.
Join Wagner College's Black Professional Alliance (BPA) for an Alumni Virtual Happy Hour. This is an opportunity for alumni to reunite with fellow members of the Black Student Union (BSU), formerly known as Nubian Student Union (NSU) and Black Concern. Bring your favorite snack or a drink as you reminisce and reconnect with your fellow classmates.
For more information on the Black Professional Alliance visit their Alumni page.
Zoom registration required here.
Hosted by BSU (Black Student Union)
Join BSU for a fun night of Black History Month themed Jeopardy game.
"Jeopardizing" a white supremacist curriculum was created by Katrina Spencer, a Librarian for African American and African Studies at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Designed closely on the late Alex Trebek’s classic, weekday television show, players will compete for prizes in responding to over 50 trivia prompts that center Black History.
First and second place winners will receive an Amazon gift card.
Register for this virtual event here.