Mar 11, 2021 Mar 11, 2021
12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge Kickoff Day of Compassion Event: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:30PM Webinar: University Event Topic: Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Dept Of Health Policy and ManagementBuilding/Room: 1525 Clifton RoadMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Southeast MHTTCSpeaker/Presenter: GLSENEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-QvSg5-yQfO4QOppxLpN2QContact Name: silke von esenweinContact Email: svonese@emory.eduLink: https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/southeast-mhttc/event/supporting-lgbtq-youth-schools-understanding-school-experiences-lgbtqThis webinar will provide an overview of the school experiences of LGBTQ+ secondary school students. GLSEN’s Director of Education and Youth Programs, Sophia Arredondo, will provide basic terminology on LGBTQ+ youth, such as the differences between gender identity and sexual orientation. GLSEN Research Institute Senior Research Associate, Nhan Truong, will provide an overview of research on LGBTQ+ students’ school experiences nationally and in the Southeast, including hostile school climate indicators and LGBTQ+ related supportive school resources. LGBTQ+ youth from GLSEN’s National School Council will speak about their school experiences and the challenges they face. Sophia will discuss how LGBTQ+ youth experiences help inform the work of GLSEN’s Education Youth Programs. + <a href="https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/southeast-mhttc/event/supporting-lgbtq-youth-schools-understanding-school-experiences- Campus Events
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12:00PM 01:30PM Webinar: University Event Topic: Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Dept Of Health Policy and ManagementBuilding/Room: 1525 Clifton RoadMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Southeast MHTTCSpeaker/Presenter: GLSENEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-QvSg5-yQfO4QOppxLpN2QContact Name: silke von esenweinContact Email: svonese@emory.eduLink: https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/southeast-mhttc/event/supporting-lgbtq-youth-schools-understanding-school-experiences-lgbtqThis webinar will provide an overview of the school experiences of LGBTQ+ secondary school students. GLSEN’s Director of Education and Youth Programs, Sophia Arredondo, will provide basic terminology on LGBTQ+ youth, such as the differences between gender identity and sexual orientation. GLSEN Research Institute Senior Research Associate, Nhan Truong, will provide an overview of research on LGBTQ+ students’ school experiences nationally and in the Southeast, including hostile school climate indicators and LGBTQ+ related supportive school resources. LGBTQ+ youth from GLSEN’s National School Council will speak about their school experiences and the challenges they face. Sophia will discuss how LGBTQ+ youth experiences help inform the work of GLSEN’s Education Youth Programs. + <a href="https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/southeast-mhttc/event/supporting-lgbtq-youth-schools-understanding-school-experiences- Campus Events
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01:00PM 02:00PM Might Could: Stories of Innovation in the ATL with Karen Cashion: University Event Topic: Academics,Alumni,Business,Career Development,Community,Graduate,Lectures & Meetings,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: The Hatchery, Emory Center for InnovationMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: The Hatchery, Emory Center for InnovationSpeaker/Presenter: Karen CashionEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tfuiurTMtG9WUqr4dQkJr_Fvc1ixbxzwrContact Name: Jill Marie MartinContact Phone: 404-727-3711Contact Email: jill.marie.martin@emory.eduLink: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tfuiurTMtG9WUqr4dQkJr_Fvc1ixbxzwrWhy is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast?  “Might Could: Stories of Innovation in the ATL,” is a new series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, that seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future. This week we will be speaking with Karen Cashion, CEO of Tech Alpharetta.  Karen Cashion is CEO of Tech Alpharetta, a tech economic development engine for Alpharetta and the region that helps to grow new tech companies and jobs, attract and retain tech companies, and develop a skilled workforce.  Tech Alpharetta accomplishes these goals through its strategic advisory board, tech startup incubator in Alpharetta, tech thought leadership, educational programs, and key partnerships. Karen is also the founder, Chairperson, and past president of the Greater Alpharetta Tech Network (“GATN”), which merged into Tech Alpharetta in 2018, and an attorney with twenty years of experience as a commercial litigator and corporate technology lawyer. She has served as a Commissioner on the City of Alpharetta’s Planning Commission, and is a graduate of Leadership North Fulton as well as the Georgia Academy for Economic Development. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the North Fulton Bar Association, and currently serves on the Advisory Board for the University of North Georgia’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. + <a href="https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tfuiurTMtG9WUqr4dQkJr_Fvc1ixbxzwr" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="http Campus Events
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01:00PM 02:30PM IPRCE Drug Safety TF meeting: Department / Organization: Center for Injury ControlCost: Free + <a href="https://emorymedicine.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3xWQ2VZlTBWZy4t" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emo Campus Events
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05:00PM 07:00PM Panel Discussion: “Black Women, Community, and Black Church”: University Event Topic: Religion & EthicsSchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of TheologyMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Candler Black Church StudiesEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://bit.ly/blackwomen-blackchurch2021Contact Name: Nichole PhillipsContact Email: nichole.r.phillips@emory.eduLink: https://bit.ly/bcs-spring-eventsModerated by Bandy Professor of Preaching Teresa L. Fry Brown, this panel discussion will discuss Black female leadership in church settings and how such leadership affects and precipitates institutional Black church and societal change.Panelists will include: -Judy Fentress Williams, professor of Old Testament at Virginia Theological Seminary and senior assistant to the pastor for teaching and preaching at Alfred Street Baptist Church -Shively Smith 06T 15G, assistant professor of New Testament at Boston University School of Theology, ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and resident scholar at the historic Metropolitan AME Church in Washington, DC -Stacey Floyd-Thomas 93T, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Chair and associate professor of ethics and society at Vanderbilt University and executive director of the Black Religious Scholars Group (BRSG) -Sheri Smith Clayborn 01T, itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and minister for women, congregational and community care at Bethel AME Church in Baltimore -Sharma D. Lewis, resident bishop of the Richmond episcopal area and the first African-American woman to be elected bishop in the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church in 2016- Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of African-American Studies and Sociology at Colby College, assistant pastor at Union Baptist Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of If it Wasn’t for the Women…: Black Women’s Experience and Womanist Culture in Church and Community (Orbis Books, 2000) + online Campus Events
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05:00PM 07:00PM Panel Discussion: “Black Women, Community, and Black Church”: University Event Topic: Religion & EthicsSchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of TheologyMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Candler Black Church StudiesEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://bit.ly/blackwomen-blackchurch2021Contact Name: Nichole PhillipsContact Email: nichole.r.phillips@emory.eduLink: https://bit.ly/bcs-spring-eventsModerated by Bandy Professor of Preaching Teresa L. Fry Brown, this panel discussion will discuss Black female leadership in church settings and how such leadership affects and precipitates institutional Black church and societal change.Panelists will include: -Judy Fentress Williams, professor of Old Testament at Virginia Theological Seminary and senior assistant to the pastor for teaching and preaching at Alfred Street Baptist Church -Shively Smith 06T 15G, assistant professor of New Testament at Boston University School of Theology, ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and resident scholar at the historic Metropolitan AME Church in Washington, DC -Stacey Floyd-Thomas 93T, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Chair and associate professor of ethics and society at Vanderbilt University and executive director of the Black Religious Scholars Group (BRSG) -Sheri Smith Clayborn 01T, itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and minister for women, congregational and community care at Bethel AME Church in Baltimore -Sharma D. Lewis, resident bishop of the Richmond episcopal area and the first African-American woman to be elected bishop in the Southeastern Jurisdiction of The United Methodist Church in 2016- Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor of African-American Studies and Sociology at Colby College, assistant pastor at Union Baptist Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of If it Wasn’t for the Women…: Black Women’s Experience and Womanist Culture in Church and Community (Orbis Books, 2000) + online Campus Events
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06:00PM 07:00PM RACE Grad Series - Publishing, Postdocs and VAPS, Oh My! - On Postdocs & Life After: School: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Office for Racial and Cultural EngagementUniversity Event Topic: Academics,GraduateEvent Open To: Graduate StudentsCost: FreeContact Email: race@emory.eduLink: http://race.emory.edu/The Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement is excited to pilot a new series designed for graduate and professional students of color entitled ‘Publishing, Postdocs, and VAPS Oh My!: Thriving in Academia as an Early Career POC.’ We are inviting engaging early career faculty members to speak on various topics that are of interest to those finishing dissertations and preparing for the market. Students who participate in three or more events this semester will be entered into a raffle to win a grad student gift basket valued at $250!Schedule of events for Spring 2021:Tues, 2/23 @ 12 p.m. – Public Scholarship – Justin Hosbey (Assistant Professor of Anthropology)Thurs, 3/11 @ 6 p.m. – Postdoctoral Fellowships – Maria Montalvo (Assistant Professor of History)Thurs, 3/25 @ 12 p.m. – Article & Journal Publishing – Briana Woods-Jaeger (Assistant Professor of Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences) Thurs, 4/22 @ 12 p.m. – Visiting Assistant Professorships – Axelle Karera (Assistant Professor of Philosophy) + <a href="https://emory.zoom.us/j/91978149559?from=addon" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emory.zoom.us/j/919781495 Campus Events
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06:00PM 08:00PM Million Dollar Hoods Project Talk: School: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and DifferenceMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Latinx Studies FacultySpeaker/Presenter: Dr. Kelly Lytle Hernandez - UCLAEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lC12YBZURK6rVBB6nn-ypgContact Name: Rhonda PatrickContact Email: rhonda.patrick@emory.eduLink: https://milliondollarhoods.pre.ss.ucla.eduKelly Lytle Hernandez is a professor of History, African American Studies, and Urban Planning at UCLA where she holds The Thomas E. Lifka Endowed Chair in History. She is also the Director of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA. One of the nation’s leading experts on race, immigration, and mass incarceration, she is the author of the award-winning books, Migra! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol (University of California Press, 2010), and City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles (University of North Carolina Press, 2017). City of Inmates recently won the 2018 James Rawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians, 2018 Athearn Prize from the Western Historical Association, the 2018 John Hope Franklin Book Prize from the American Studies Association, and the 2018 American Book Award. Currently, Professor Lytle Hernandez is the Director and Principal Investigator for Million Dollar Hoods, a university-based, community-drive research project that maps the fiscal and human cost of mass incarceration in Los Angeles. The Million Dollar Hoods team won a 2018 Freedom Now ! Award from the Los Angeles Community Action Network. For her leadership on the Million Dollar Hoods team, Professor Lytle Hernandez was awarded the 2018 Local Hero Award from KCET/PBS and the 2019 Catalyst Award from the South L.A. parent/student advocacy organization, CADRE. + Zoom Event Campus Events
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