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Ranked Choice Voting Training

March 23 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Starting in 2021, New York City will use Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) in primary and special elections for local offices. This means you can rank up to 5 candidates in order of preference, instead of choosing just one. Confused? What to learn more about it...Then please join us for a RCV Train the Trainer hosted by WagnerVotes and NYC Votes! In this train-the-trainer workshop, you will learn the basics of RCV while also being trained so you can help others.

To RSVP for this Zoom event click here.

Career & Family: Can We Really Have It All?

March 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

March is Women’s HERstory Month

Wagner College is proud to announce series of events designed to celebrate and recognize the rich contributions of women in our community and beyond.

The first event of the series will be Career & Family: Can We Really Have It All?

This panel will be exploring the question "can we really have it all" in today's world. What is "it", and who exactly can have "it"? We will also be addressing how the pandemic has put stress on women to achieve this societal concept, and how productivity and industry have been affected as a result.

Panelists are:
Dr. Alison Arant, Chair for English Department

Holly Bonner, Adjunct Professor in Sociology Department & Volunteer Chaplain

Dr. Shani Carter, Professor in Nicolais School of Business

Dr. Vanessa Washington-Smith, Assistant Professor in Education Department
Moderated by Annabeth Hinman, '20, Presidential Fellow & Alumna

This event will be a virtual panel and attendees can submit questions here.

Pre-registration required here.

For additional details on Women's History Month events visit the Center for Intercultural Advancement Website.

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