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Hacking the University | Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming

Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 5:00pm to Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 1:30pm

Register to join via Zoom (*registration required for participation in breakout sessions on Oct 16): https://academicaffairs.rutgers.edu/symposium or Join us live at https://www.facebook.com/priceinstitute/live/

Admission:
Free
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Hacking the University | Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming | Oct 15-17

How can we hack ‘business as usual’ for our campuses and communities to face our current crises better and together? Join us for a series of virtual sessions grappling with global warming, including the critical matters of racial equity and climate justice.

For more Information and the full agenda, visit: https://academicaffairs.rutgers.edu/symposium
For questions about the event please email: priceinstitute@newark.rutgers.edu

Rutgers speakers and moderators

Nancy Cantor | Psychologist and Chancellor, Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N)
Alexandra Chang | Curator and art historian, Interim Associate Director, Clement A. Price Institute, RU-N
Timothy K. Eatman | Educator and Dean, Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC), RU-N
Jonathan Holloway | Historian and President, Rutgers University
Rosamond S. King | Poet and Scholar; Director, Ethyle R. Wolfe Humanities Center, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Kevin Lyons | Supply-chain environmental archaeologist, Rutgers Business School
Neil M. Maher | Environmental historian, Federated History Department at NJIT and RU-N
Jacqueline S. Mattis | Social psychologist and Dean, SASN, RU-N
Closing Remarks | Co-sponsor: Isabel Nazario, Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives in the Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University, and Jack Tchen | Public historian and Director, Clement A. Price Institute, RU-N

This program is organized by Jack Tchen, Director, Clement A. Price Institute, RU-Newark; Alexandra Chang, Interim Associate Director, Clement A. Price Institute, RU-Newark; Rosamond S. King, Associate Professor, Brooklyn College and Neil M. Maher, Professor, Federated History Department at NJIT and RU-Newark. We express our appreciation to sponsors, the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, & the Office of the Chancellor, RU-Newark. We extend gratitude to Professors Robert Goodman and Robert Kopp for advice on programming, and for coordination and tech support to the Office of the Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives in the Arts and Humanities, Isabel Nazario, Glenda Daniel, Alice Hernandez, Richard Rodriguez and to RU-iTV.

Photo credit: Christian A. Mendoza, Radio City, 30x25 inches. Carving on white clay and black ink on Masonite.
For questions about the event email: priceinstitute@newark.rutgers.edu