Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021
10:00AM 11:00AM Emory Climate Talks - Conversation with Professor Asmeret Berhe: University Event Topic: Academics,Career Development,Diversity,Lectures & Meetings,Research,Science,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Environmental SciencesMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Climate TalksSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Asmeret BerheEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,AlumniCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tdOCgpzgjE9ZY_IJtQSpr1kzUsTTv9TtAContact Name: Leah ThomasContact Email: leah.thomas@emory.eduLink: https://climatetalks.emorydomains.org/webinars/Professor Asmeret Berhe works on three major research areas in soil biogeochemistry investigating the effects of physical perturbations in the environment on soil organic matter (SOM) dynamics: effect of erosion, fire, and climate change. Professor Berhe's work at the intersection of soil, climate change, and political ecology lends itself well to a number of global issues. Dr. Berhe is an advocate for women in science and renowned in addressing racism in the field of earth science, geoscience, and soil science, etc. Here are a few examples of her advocacy and global impact work: Race and Racism in Soil Science,Women in Soil Science, and Ten Simple Rules to build an antiracist lab.Dr. Berhe received multiple prestigious awards and honors including Joanne Simpson Medal from the American Geophysical Union., 2020; Great Immigrants Award, Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2020; Randolph W. “Bill” and Cecile T. Bromery Award, Geological Society of America, 2019; and New Voices in Science, Engineering, and Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, 2018. Her TED Talk (A climate change solution that is right under our feet) has been viewed over 1.9 million times. + via Zoom Campus Events
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10:00AM 11:00AM Emory Climate Talks - Conversation with Professor Asmeret Berhe: University Event Topic: Academics,Career Development,Diversity,Lectures & Meetings,Research,Science,Seminars & WorkshopsSchool: All Emory University,Emory CollegeDepartment / Organization: Environmental SciencesMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Climate TalksSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Asmeret BerheEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,AlumniCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0tdOCgpzgjE9ZY_IJtQSpr1kzUsTTv9TtAContact Name: Leah ThomasContact Email: leah.thomas@emory.eduLink: https://climatetalks.emorydomains.org/webinars/Professor Asmeret Berhe works on three major research areas in soil biogeochemistry investigating the effects of physical perturbations in the environment on soil organic matter (SOM) dynamics: effect of erosion, fire, and climate change. Professor Berhe's work at the intersection of soil, climate change, and political ecology lends itself well to a number of global issues. Dr. Berhe is an advocate for women in science and renowned in addressing racism in the field of earth science, geoscience, and soil science, etc. Here are a few examples of her advocacy and global impact work: Race and Racism in Soil Science,Women in Soil Science, and Ten Simple Rules to build an antiracist lab.Dr. Berhe received multiple prestigious awards and honors including Joanne Simpson Medal from the American Geophysical Union., 2020; Great Immigrants Award, Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2020; Randolph W. “Bill” and Cecile T. Bromery Award, Geological Society of America, 2019; and New Voices in Science, Engineering, and Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, 2018. Her TED Talk (A climate change solution that is right under our feet) has been viewed over 1.9 million times. + via Zoom Campus Events
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04:00PM 05:15PM Bound with History: History of Pop-up Books and workshop: University Event Topic: Alumni,Arts,Campus Life & Student Orgs,College,Community,Entertainment,Faculty,Graduate,Humanities,Seminars & WorkshopsDepartment / Organization: Rose LibraryBuilding/Room: Virtual RoomRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: http://emorylib.info/BoundwithHistorySeriesThreeSpeaker/Presenter: Shawn Sheehy and Kevin Steele, pop-up book artistsCost: FreeContact Name: Elizabeth ShoemakerContact Email: elizabeth.shoemaker@emory.eduWoodruff Library - Wayfinding Location: OTHERLink: http://emorylib.info/BoundwithHistorySeriesThreeTwo pop-up book artists, Shawn Sheehy and Kevin Steele, will talk about the history of pop-up books. They will also discuss their creative work. As this is a virtual event, a short slide show of relevant items from the Rose Library's collection will be shown. After the talks, Shawn Sheehy will provide a fun and brief instruction session in which the audience can learn how to make a simple pop-up. If you would like to participate in Shawn’s mini pop-up workshop, you may want to prepare a few things in advance. Please save and print the image at the bottom of the registration page on thick (80 pound) paper and have the following tools at the ready: -X-acto knife or box cutter -Ruler or straight edge -Self-healing mat or thick cardboard to protect the work surface This event is free and open to both Emory and non-Emory guests. Interested in attending this event? Please register online, and you will receive a registration confirmation with a Zoom link. Register at http://emorylib.info/BoundwithHistorySeriesThree. + Online Campus Events
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07:00PM 07:00PM Culturally Responsive Teaching in Dance with Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown: Department / Organization: Emory Friends of DanceType of Art: Dance - Performances, Events, & Lecture SeriesBuilding/Room: Virtual RoomContact Name: Anne WalkerContact Email: awalker@emory.eduCulturally Responsive Teaching in Dance Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown Assistant Professor of Community Engagement through Dance Pedagogy The Ohio State University April 13, 2021, 7:00pm emory.zoom.us… or bit.ly… Renowned dancer, educator, choreographer, scholar, and activist, Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown will discuss dismantling racism in the dance classroom and beyond. A prolific author, her work has provided significant frameworks for dance in education at this seminal moment regarding race in the United States. Bio: Dr. Nyama McCarthy-Brown is an Assistant Professor of Community Engagement through Dance Pedagogy, at The Ohio State University. She is an established scholar, with articles in numerous academic publications, in addition to her 2017 book, Dance Pedagogy for a Diverse World: Culturally Relevant Teaching in Research, Theory, and Practice. Currently, she is working on her second book about women of the global majority in ballet. Dr. McCarthy-Brown is an active workshop facilitator of anti-racist dance education for organizations such as: San Francisco Ballet School; Joffrey Ballet; Dance Educator’s Coalition, Minnesota; Rutgers University Dance Department; Ohio Dance and Dance Educators Laboratory. For more information: www.1nyama.com. + <a href="https://emory.zoom.us/j/96185704382" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emory.zoom.us/j/96185704382">emory.z Campus Events
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