Upcoming On Campus Events

“Teaching in Today’s Schools” February 5th 6-8 p.m.

A teacher shortage in New York State has opened up greater possibilities for those who wish to enter into or excel in the field of education. Now, learn the techniques that set educators apart in today’s ever-changing social climate.

The Second Annual Education Night at Sage gives you the opportunity to hear from two experts on the importance of classroom management in this dynamic profession.

Sessions include:
Creating and Sustaining a Mindful Classroom with Laurae Coburn, PhD, LCHMC, LADC, RYT-500
Reactive Strategies for Dysregulation in the Classroom with Kelly Brock, BCBA, LBA

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“WORLD Series- Surviving State Terror: Women’s Testimonies of Repression and Resistance in Argentina February 6th 1-2:30 pm

WORLD is an acronym for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing, Russell Sage College’s general education program. The program hosts speakers on wide-ranging and complex topics.

Cover of Surviving State Terror by Barbara SuttonOn February 6, Barbara Sutton, an associate professor in the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department at the University at Albany, will speak about her book, Surviving State Terror: Women’s Testimonies of Repression and Resistance in Argentina.

In the 1970s and early 80s, military and security forces in Argentina hunted down, tortured, imprisoned, and in many cases, murdered political activists and other people branded “subversives.” In Surviving State Terror, Sutton draws upon a wealth of oral testimonies to place women’s bodies and voices at the center of the analysis of state terror. Sutton explores various instances of violence toward women, such as sexual abuse and torture at the hands of state officials. She also uses these narratives to explore why some types of social suffering and certain women’s voices are heard more than others, and how this can be rectified in our own practices of understanding and witnessing trauma.

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Renee Engeln, author of “Beauty Sick: How the Cultural Obsession with Appearance Hurts Girls and Women” Monday March 4th 6-8 pm
Women’s History Month Convocation with Renee Engeln, professor of psychology and director of the Body & Media Lab at Northwestern University


2019 Nutrition Lecture Low-FODMAP Diet Expert Kate Scarlata,
Thursday, March 28th 7-8:30 pm