Beyond the Vote: Getting Involved to Facilitate Change
Join us for an exciting statewide panel for the first Get Out the Vote Campaign event in the series and find out how to become involved in the process.
Tuesday, September 20
Free of Charge
Latham: 21 British American Boulevard Latham, NY
Cheektowaga/Buffalo: AppleTree Business Park, 2875 Union Road, Suite 34, Cheektowaga, NY
Hartsdale: 210 North Central Avenue, Hartsdale, NY
Manhattan: 350 Hudson Street, Manhattan, NY
Old Westbury: 223 Store Hill Road, Old Westbury, NY (on the SUNY Old Westbury College campus)
Rochester: 680 Westfall Road, Rochester, NY
Future Events include:
• October 26 – Platform Party
• November 7 – World Café, Election Eve Event
For more information or to sign up, please visit: http://alumni.esc.edu/events/eventdetail.php?id=884
Student Engagement Mixer: Creating Community
Join us for a statewide student engagement mixer to network with fellow students, alumni, faculty and staff to kick off the new academic term. This event is being held at all seven major locations with our student government representatives serving as hosts.
There will be light fare served and opportunities to learn about how you can become engaged at the college. In addition, information on academic support, disability services, career services and more will be available.
A raffle will be held at each location for a travel grant including hotel accommodations to the Student Wellness Retreat in April.
Tuesday, September 28
Free of Charge
Here is the list of locations for September 28th:
– Latham: 21 British American Blvd. Latham, NY 12110
– Syracuse: 6333 Rte. 28 (3rd Floor) East Syracuse, NY 13057
– Rochester: 680 Westfall Rd Rochester, NY 14620
– Cheektowaga: AppleTree Business Park 2875 Union Rd. – Suite 34 Cheektowaga, NY 14227
For more information or to sign up, please visit: http://alumni.esc.edu/events/eventdetail.php?id=881
Are you looking to present at the StAC Conference? There is still time to submit your proposal. The deadline for the Presentation proposal form are due Aug. 12, 2016
For more information, please go to http://residencies.esc.edu/student-academic-conference/proposals/ for all pertinent detail and to http://esc.formstack.com/forms/2016_stac_call_for_proposals to submit your proposals!
This is such an exciting way to present about issues, ideas, etc. that are important to you PLUS it is an excellent resume builder!
Wednesday, April 27 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Niagara Frontier Center AppleTree Business Park Cheektowaga, NY 14227
Cultural misunderstandings in recent national news have triggered a much-needed discussion about the role of cultural diversity and inclusion in institutions of higher education. A college-hosted forum will offer an insightful dialogue about the ways diversity and inclusion impact college learning environments and greater communities. Topics related to immigrant, LGBTQ, minority and community cross-cultural experiences will be explored at this upcoming statewide event.
Panelists include students, faculty and community leaders across New York state. The event is co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Collaborative and the Buffalo Region Student and Alumni Business Club. The forum will be moderated by Rhianna Rogers, assistant professor.
The forum poses a series of questions to the panelists: “How do you define cultural sensitivity and inclusion? With the current discussions in higher education around cultural inclusion and sensitivity, how do you view yourselves in this conversation? How are we being culturally diverse and inclusive?”
The forum will be accessible to the public online through http://www.esc.edu/esc-tv/ and at the college’s center locations at Buffalo/Cheektowaga, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, Hartsdale, Manhattan and Old Westbury. Rooms TBD.
Refreshments will be provided at on-site locations.
To RSVP, please visit:
This event is co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Collaborative and the Buffalo Region Student and Alumni Business Club.
Please click below for the bios on the panelists!
Diversity Forum Evaluation Questionaire