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Students will have the opportunity to donate to enter a raffle to win a percentage of the fundraised money, based on the score of the Superbowl!
Residential students can learn about the housing selection process and ask any questions they may have!
A lively discussion comparing and contrasting the lives of millennials in Israel and America
Interested in joining a fraternity or sorority this Spring? Come to these information sessions to learn more about the recruitment process!
Join us as we bid farewell to Laura Barlament, Director of Communications & Marketing, who has been a member of the Wagner College family since January 2007. She leaves on Feb. 14 to lead the communications team at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.
As part of Black History Month the History Department will host a film screening of Scattered Africa: Faces and Voices of the African Diaspora the documentary filmed by this year's Black History Month Speaker, Dr. Sheila Wright.
On February 11th at 6pm the Center for Intercultural Advancement Office and the Deans' office will host MLK Agent of Change Awards.
This year's honorees are:
Faculty: Dr. Joshua Mullenite, Department of Culture and Economics
Student: Vedika Anand, Senior, Psychology
Alumnus: Olatunde Ogunlana, '10 & M'11,
Our keynote speaker for the event is Debbie-Ann Paige. Ms. Paige is a public historian specializing in local African American history, a co-president of the newly chartered Richard B. Dickenson Staten Island Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) and professional genealogist. She has worked on numerous local history projects including: In Pursuit of Freedom with the Brooklyn Historical Society; From Farm to City with the Staten Island Museum; the designation of the Louis Napoleon House as a site to freedom with the National Park Service Underground Railroad Network on behalf of the Sandy Ground Historical Society, and the recent City Council street renaming of the corner of Fairview Avenue and Knox Place as “Samuel A. Browne Way” in the Castleton Hill section of Staten Island. Debbie-Ann has appeared as a historical interpreter on the Emmy winning show “Secrets of New York,” and is working closely with Frederick Douglass Memorial Park to transcribe their historical records. She facilitates public history forums throughout Staten Island focused on the historical perspectives of race relations and lectures as an adjunct at the College of Staten Island.
This event is open to the community. For information and to RSVP, please contact Letty Romero, Office Manager at 718-390-3423 or firstname.lastname@example.org