Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs
Intercultural Affairs

INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS

Arrington '88 Discusses Beauty Industry, BLM and Change

BlackBeautyMatters-DUDuring a Zoom session hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design titled “Pass the Mic: Conversations with Black Creatives – Black Beauty Matters,” HWS Trustee Linda D. Arrington…
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Activist Cariol Horne Discusses Police Reform

HorneDU6Former Police Officer Cariol Horne shared her story during a talk titled “From Officer to Activist” on Thursday, July 30. Horne's talk addressed topics including police misconduct, systemic racism and…
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Perry '20 Teaching at Trinity School While Attending UPenn

Morgan Perry 20 AStarting this fall, Morgan Perry '20 will pursue her master's in education from the University of Pennsylvania while teaching visual arts at Trinity School in Manhattan as a Penn Fellow…
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Riggins '22 Secures Internship at Merkley & Partners

RIGGINS SHAYNAShayna Riggins '22 landed an advertising internship at Merkley & Partners in New York City for the summer of 2021. As a Media and Society major and Spanish and Africana…
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Suriel '20 Explores Bilingual Education

Tatiana Suriel 4During her final semester at HWS, Tatianna Suriel '20 embarked on a project to highlight the value of bilingual education and ways to improve outcomes and opportunities for students. Suriel,…
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The Campus Pulse

The 60 Second Series

The Campus Pulse is a video series that showcases a variety of initiatives, programs and events organized by members of the HWS community. Intercultural Affairs has designed this series to engage the campus in issues related to culture, social justice, and diversity. Stay tuned for additional voices coming soon and review past postings at our Center's blog.



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Geneva, N.Y. 14456
Email: ic@hws.edu
Phone: 315-781-3319
Fax: 315-781-3888


 

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