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

INTERCULTURAL AFFAIRS

Inaugural STEM Scholars Inducted

STEM Scholars  KColton-0163HWS welcomed the first cohort of STEM Scholars this month, celebrating the launch of the new program supporting racially and ethnically underrepresented scholars in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In…
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HWS Supports “Bridges Over Walls” Leadership Project in Geneva

Geneva Aerial 3“Everything happening nationally is happening locally, and we need these discussions about nonviolent communication and capacity building so we can be stewards of public good. This workshop is an important step toward cultivating understanding across political and ideological differences on how we approach issues of racial justice.”
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Stop Asian Hate Vigil and Rally

ASU and SASU Vigil for Georgia victims KColton-0155The HWS community held a unity rally and vigil on Monday, April 5 on the steps of Coxe Hall. On Monday, HWS community members gathered on the steps of Coxe…
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New Student Trustees Elected

Student Trustees AFarid 0191Zaheer Bowen ‘23 and Irini Konstantinou '23 have been elected by their peers to become voting members of the Board of Trustees. Zaheer Bowen '23 and Irini Konstantinou '23 have…
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Chad Sanders on Trauma, Triumph, Black Leaders and Black Magic

Sanders ChadHobart and William Smith welcome writer, director, actor and musician Chad Sanders for a virtual discussion of his new book Black Magic: What Black Leaders Learned from Trauma and Triumph.…
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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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Intercultural Affairs
288 Pulteney Street
Geneva, N.Y. 14456
Email: ic@hws.edu
Phone: 315-781-3319
Fax: 315-781-3888


 

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