Diversity & Inclusion

Escape From the Archive: Encountering History Through Teatre and Performance

The Association of Graduates in Theater and the Department of Performing and Media Arts are proud to present our fall conference, Escape from the Archive: Encountering History through Theatre and Performance, October 27-29. The conference features a keynote lecture, "Archival Curiosities and Fugitive Geographies in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun," from Professor Soyica Diggs Colbert (Georgetown University), and a staged reading of a new play, Casa Cushman, written and directed by Leigh Fondakowski (T

All Campus LGBTQQIA Welcome Reception

You are invited to attend this event where LGBTQQIA+ undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff members will have the opportunity to join together in celebrating a new academic year and foster connections in building an even more vibrant and inclusive Cornell community.

*Please note that we do not want childcare to prevent anyone from participating in this event. Therefore, if you have children and wish to do so, we welcome you to bring your children with you to this family friendly event.

7th annual Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Renaissance Ball

This semi-formal ball is an effort to bring together the Cornell community for a social night of class and elegance, with a live band, a DJ, hors d'ouevres, and a wine bar. The Renaissance Ball facilitates the expansion of individual networks and also encourages the initiation of future collaborative works amongst the partnering organizations.This year's theme is the Harlem Renaissance, come join us in commemorating this cultural and artistic explosion of expression by dressing in your favorite style!  

Fall 2017 Diversity in Scholarship and Engagement Symposium

We invite you to serve as a role model to undergraduate research scholars by presenting a research poster at the Fall Diversity in Scholarship & Engagement Symposium, which is jointly hosted by OADI and OISE. You will find details on how to register to present below. If you would rather not present a poster, we still invite you to attend the symposium, as the undergraduate scholars will greatly benefit from the opportunity to discuss their posters with you!

Colman Leadership Program for Doctoral Students

The Colman Leadership Program invites you to apply to be a part of the 25-30 PhD student co-hort who will participate in an intensive 4-day program focused on providing skills and knowledge to support their development as leaders in graduate school and beyond. Consideration will be given to applications from PhD students from all backgrounds (domestic and international).

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