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‘Local Trailblazers’ focus of Gender & Social Change lecture

Thursday March 21, 2019Roger Coda

Western New York-based queer women activists and cultural workers will present “Local Trailblazers,” this year’s Gender and Social Change lecture, on Wednesday, April 3, from 6 to 8 p.m., in McEwen Hall G26. Panelists will discuss the benefits of focusing on LGBTQ and feminist issues on a local level, collaboration across identity lines, strategies to avoid activist burnout and approaches to problem solving, community building and community organizing.

Class registration times approaching

Thursday March 21, 2019Roger Coda

Having returned from spring break, it’s time for students to look ahead and make plans to register for fall 2019 semester classes. Academic Advising Services has arranged registration sessions to assist students. Individual sessions will be held on Friday, April 5; Tuesday, April 9; and Wednesday, April 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Reed Library, just outside of the registrar’s office.

It’s time to talk Excelsior scholarship

Monday March 4, 2019Roger Coda

Students seeking a better understanding of New York’s Excelsior Scholarship, which can allow students to attend a SUNY school tuition-free, are invited to attend a workshop hosted by Academic Advising Services on Thursday, March 21, 4 p.m., in Williams Center Room G103B.

Get ready for fall semester at informal advisor talks

Monday March 4, 2019Roger Coda

The return of students following spring break signals a milestone. It’s time to prepare for the Fall 2019 academic advising and course selection process that will be held Monday through Friday, March 25 to March 29 and April 1 to 5.

Dahlgren pens ‘Ivory Tower Misfits’ chapter in newly published ‘Cinema U’

Monday March 4, 2019Roger Coda

Robert L. Dahlgren, associate professor and chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, welcomed publication of "Ivory Tower Misfits: The Images of College Professors in Hollywood Films,” a chapter he wrote in the newly published volume "Cinema U: Representations of Higher Education in Popular Film," by Fourth Horseman Press.