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The Black History Month Scholar Lecture Series is an important event for our community as it exposes the campus to some of the best and brightest scholars, who also happen to be Black.
The Black History Month Committee is excited to announce this year’s scholar Dr. Gina Poe, a neurobiologist at UCLA. Her field is sleep research and she has been published widely.
For her full bio visit the Center for Intercultural Advancement's website.
Pre-registration required for this virtual event here.
Contact Dr. Rita Reynolds the chair for the Black History Scholar Lecture Series for further questions.
During the Holocaust, more than 3,000 women fought back against the Nazis in ghettos, forced labor camps, concentration camps, and partisan units.
Join Dr. Lori Weintrob, Director of the Wagner College Holocaust Center, and Holocaust survivor Rachel Roth and moderator Rokhl Kaffrissen, for a program exploring the heroic lives and legacies of these female resistance fighters.
Register for this event with the Museum of Jewish Heritage at their website.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Women’s Professional Network is hosting a Senior Spotlight Panel.
Several members of the senior class will discuss how to land an internship, publish papers and prepare for life after Wagner.
This virtual event is open to all students but registration is required here.
For more information about the Women's Professional Network email Tara Chiari at email@example.com.