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May 2022

46th School of Education Convocation

Saturday, May 14, 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Manley Field House, 1301 East Colvin Street
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States
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two master's degree graduates smile at the camera at convocation

Celebrate 2022 graduates of the Syracuse University School of Education at our convocation ceremony. Bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and certificate of advanced study recipients and their guests are invited to attend. More information for graduates and guests

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Last Day of Class Spring 2022

Wednesday, May 4
Syracuse University Campus Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

Last day of classes for the Spring 2022 semester. Full Academic Calendar.

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April 2022

End of Year Celebration

Friday, April 29, 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Sharon Jacquet Education Commons, Huntington Hall, 800 University Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States
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two male students pose with otto at a community event in huntington hall

All students, staff and faculty of the School of Education are invited to the SOE End of Year Celebration—a chance to come together as a community, recognize our accomplishments, and celebrate the end of the academic year! Food, prizes, and special guests—stop by any time during the event. There will be a chance to offer short (30 seconds or less) “toasts” at 4:30 p.m. to thank someone in the SOE, give a shoutout, or just celebrate our community.

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The Ethics of Passing and Disability Disclosure in Higher Education with Joseph A. Stramondo

Tuesday, April 19, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

This talk will explore if or when one has an ethical duty to disclose their disability as a faculty member. It will explore such topics as: Who do you have a responsibility to disclose your disability to and why? Do faculty specifically have an ethical obligation to disclose their disability that is entailed by their role? How do you judge whether the ethical reasons you may have for disclosure are outweighed by your own self-interest to avoid the harms of…

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Enabling and “Cripping” the Back-to-the-Land Movement with Clark A. Pomerleau

Monday, April 11, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

From a disability studies perspective, it seems obvious that calls for homesteading have been ableist. Economic subsistence or profit from gardening, farming, or livestock management has required high executive function to plan and organize people’s heavy physical exertion. Scholars have assessed the claims that white, middle-class men without agricultural experience could leave urban problems to live off their garden and a cash crop they sold to buy other needs. Focusing on disability, though, remains an underused way to analyze actual…

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Ecocrip Sensibilities: Mending, Care, and Love Affairs with Naomi Ortiz

Thursday, April 7, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Cultivating love affairs with ourselves, communities, and places means loving within states of stress. The disability community has unique knowledge in working towards accessibility and care in times of perpetual uncertainty. Join us as we discuss how to draw from our lineages, cultures, and ancestors to gently touch vulnerability and create our own definitions of sustainability. Hosted by the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach at the Burton Blatt Institute and Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, the…

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March 2022

Center for Experiential Pedagogy and Practice Launch Celebration

Thursday, March 31, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sharon Jacquet Education Commons, Huntington Hall, 800 University Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

Join the School of Education for the launch of the new Center for Experiential Pedagogy and Practice to advance experiential teaching and learning. We’ll also celebrate the publication of a new book edited by Dean Chandler-Olcott and Professor Ben Dotger: Clinical Simulations as Signature Pedagogy: Educator Preparation Across the Disciplines. Refreshments will be served. Short program at 5 p.m. CART live opening captioning will be provided for the spoken program. Parking available in the University Avenue Garage. All guests must adhere to the…

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Genealogies of Anti-Asian/Asia Violences Symposium

Friday, March 25, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
220 Eggers Hall (Strasser Legacy Room), Crouse Drive
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

The Cornell-Syracuse South Asia Consortium presents a symposium interrogating the histories and trajectories of anti-Asian violences. The recent surge of racially motivated attacks on Asians in the United States brought renewed attention to the issue of anti-Asian violence. It is necessary to situate this rising tide of violence in the broader histories that have produced it. By taking up “Asia” as a fraught geopolitical category that is formed through imperialist projects, this symposium attends to the underlying logics of violence…

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Climate Change and International Security: The Case of the Sahel

Thursday, March 24, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
001 Life Sciences Building, 107 College Place
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

The 2022 Atrocity Studies Annual Lecture A panel of experts in environmental politics, law and security, and environmental peacebuilding will address climate change as a risk factor for mass atrocities, the national and international responses to this growing security threat, as well as the impact of climate change on the African Sahel region. Featuring: Professor Cullen Hendrix, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver Ousseyni Kalilou, CEO and Founder of the Gum Arabic Institute of Poverty Alleviation (GAIPA)…

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Disability Justice Lessons for Our Collective Survival: A Discussion about Crip Kinship with Shayda Kafai

Tuesday, March 8, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Shayda Kafai headshot and book (Crip Kinship)

Shayda Kafai will engage in a conversation about her new book, Crip Kinship: The Disability Justice & Art Activism of Sins Invalid. Sins Invalid is a performance project that centers ​a Disability Justice framework. Crip Kinship investigates the revolutionary survival teachings that Disabled Queer of Color communities offer to all our bodyminds. Hosted by the Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach at the Burton Blatt Institute and Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, the series “(Dis)courses: Interdisciplinary Disability Dialogues” returns…

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February 2022

HEOP and SSS Scholars of Distinction Open House

Friday, February 18, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sharon Jacquet Education Commons, Huntington Hall, 800 University Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

Join us for an enriching experience featuring presentations, exhibits and performances by Syracuse University Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) and TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) students. Students will exhibit their work in research, community service, campus involvement, study abroad experiences, the arts, internships, summer jobs, civic engagement, activism, social justice and more. The purpose of Scholars of Distinction is to showcase the accomplishments of HEOP and SSS students—and inspire others. Stop by this open-house style event to hear from and…

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January 2022

First Day of Classes

Monday, January 24
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First Day of Classes
Syracuse University Campus Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (University closed)

Monday, January 17
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An event every year that begins at 12:00 am on day third of January, repeating indefinitely

Syracuse University Campus Syracuse, NY 13244 United States
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November 2021

Thanksgiving Break (University Closed)

Thursday, November 25, 2021 - Friday, November 26, 2021
Syracuse University Campus Syracuse, NY 13244 United States

There are no classes November 22-26, 2021. University offices are closed November 25 and 26.

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Creative Activity as a Human Right: A Lender Center Conversation

Thursday, November 11, 2021, 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Interdisciplinary artists, activists and educators with expertise in the arts, humanities and social sciences join together to examine what it might mean to rethink creativity as a universal and inalienable human right, a remedy for complicated histories of inhumanity and carelessness, and a change-making, emancipatory form of social intelligence. Presented by the Lender Center for Social Justice. Co-sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center and Hendricks Chapel.

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