Black History Month (BHM) Closing: Talking Equity in Academia
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In this panel discussion, we will discuss strategies for how to best navigate the world of higher education, as students, graduate students, and faculty. We will share experiences and best practices in how to overcome obstacles to success that overly affect communities of color in the United States, such as the prison-pipeline system, structural inequalities, lack of mentors, to name but a few examples.
Confirmed speakers include: Zaire Dinzey-Flores (Rutgers University), Shelly Eversley (Baruch College - CUNY), Megan Wacha (CUNY), Terri N. Watson (CCNY - School of Education), and Kim Hall (Barnard College).
This event is brought to you by: the CUNY Mellon Faculty Diversity Career Enhancement Initiative (CFDI), Black Studies Program, and the Department of Student Life & Leadership Development.
FREE food for all participants.
NAC Faculty Dining Room
160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031, United States