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Events

March
6

Saturday

Crypt Keeping

10:30 am - 1:30 pm | Oakwood Cemetery | Event Website | A variety of volunteering efforts to be conducted including: collecting of holiday decorations, documenting of mausoleum GPS coordinates, and documenting sites for future brush removal efforts | Sponsor: ESF Friends of Oakwood | Contact: Timothy Webb-Horvath, 5183013268


March
11

Thursday

ESF Women in STEM Fields Panel Discussion

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Online - Zoom | Event Website | In recognition and celebration of Women's History Month, the ESF Alumni Association is proud to host a panel on ESF Women in STEM Fields. Join us via Zoom on Thursday, March 11 to hear some of our female alumni discuss their unique experiences while pursuing ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Alumni Association


March
24

Wednesday

Let's Talk About Mental Health - Student Event

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Zoom Event | Register here | Students are welcome to join us for this important presentation and learn how to better understand and help someone dealing with the challenges of mental illness. The Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity has teamed up with Counseling Services and NAMI ... Read More | Sponsor: Office of Inclusion Diversity & Equity | Contact: Malika Carter, 315-565-3016


March
31

Wednesday

WiSE Professions Speaker Series: Scenario-Based Bystander Training to Prevent Sexual Harassment and Assault in Field Settings

3:45 pm - 4:45 pm | Online | More info and register | Presenter: Melissa Cronin, University of California, Santa Cruz Fieldwork is an essential component of training and research in many scientific disciplines. However, the imbalanced power structure of academia coupled with the remote and informal nature of ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Women's Caucus and CAMINO | Contact: Heather Engelman, 3154704752


April
15

Thursday

Building a Better Fieldwork Future (BBFF) Program

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | online | More info and register | Presenter: Dr. Amanda Adams, Conservation Research Program Manager, Bat Conservation International and Lecturer, Biology, Texas A&M University. Fieldwork is an important and often necessary component of many scientific disciplines, yet research suggests that ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Women's Caucus and CAMINO | Contact: Heather Engelman, 3154704752

Workshop: Building a Better Fieldwork Future: Preventing & Managing Sexual Harassment & Assault in the Field Sciences

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Online | Event Website | Presenter: Dr. Amanda Adams, Conservation Research Program Manager, Bat Conservation International and Lecturer, Biology, Texas A&M University. Fieldwork is an important and often necessary component of many scientific disciplines, yet research suggests ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Women's Caucus and CAMINO | Contact: Heather Engelman, 3154704752


April
19

Monday

Let's Talk About Mental Health - ESF Employee Event

11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Zoom Event | Register here | Employees are welcome to join us for this important presentation and learn how to better understand and help someone dealing with the challenges of mental illness. The Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity has teamed up with Counseling Services and NAMI ... Read More | Sponsor: Office of Inclusion Diversity & Equity | Contact: Malika Carter, 315-565-3016

Spirit & Essence BanquetCo-sponsored by The Baobab Society
February 9, 2019

This past year we celebrated 20 years since the inagural banquet in February 1998.

10th AnnualSUNY Cortland Student Diversity ConferenceApril 13, 2019

The Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity supports ESF undergraduate students in attending this outstanding conference on diversity, inclusion and social justice issues, held at SUNY Cortland. The conference enables students to engage with fellow students from around New York and offers opportunities for students to present at conference sessions.

Student Diversity & Inclusion Trainings

This series is designed to provide students the opportunity to expand cultural competency in areas including race, ethnicity, safe zones and more. As our world continues to grow, so does our need to understand global communities.

Workshops are delivered through ESF '132' first-year seminar courses, resident advisor August trainings, August orientation leader training, and as part of the 'There's More to My Story' program during August Orientation.

For additional workshop/trainings please contact Dr. Malika Carter, Chief Diversity Officer at mcarte06@esf.edu

Open Office Hours

Students and staff are invited to stop by to discuss matters of interest or concern.

450 Baker Laboratory
10 - 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Contact me about alternative times.

Rebecca Hoda-Kearse
Title IX Coordinator and Affirmative Action Officer
rahokake@esf.edu
315-565-3016