Public Programs And Events

Dean's Honor Symposium: Panels

April 15, 2019, 6:30 PM

Dean's Honor Symposium: Panels

University Center
General Public 

Each year, the Eugene Lang College community gathers to celebrate our thoughtful, dedicated, and engaged students with our annual Dean's Honor Symposium. The DHS helps to shine light on the important work that Lang students pursue - both inside and outside of the classroom.

The Spring 2019 Lang College Dean’s Honor Symposium is a conference for students to present their academic work and co-curricular projects to the Lang community. Participating students applied to present their work in the fall semester. Projects range from rigorous academic writing to civic engagement and social justice work, to creative projects, to exemplary work outside of Lang such as part of an internship or work experience.


List of Panels:

2:30 PM 

Confronting Erasure: Manifesting Futures of Un(der)credited Peoples (Starr Foundation Hall)

Panelist: Julian Apter, Clare DiBella, Adithya Pratama, Celina Rios

Faculty: Miller Oberman

Reclaiming Space: Alternative Community Building (Hoerle Lecture Hall)

Panelists: Julia St. Clair-Voiers, Ellie Cope, Emma Letcher, Maria Paz Valenzuela Silva

Faculty: Allison Lichter


3:45 PM 

Measuring Success in New York City Immigration, Status, and Public Health (Starr Foundation Hall)

Panelist: Rosalind Aparicio-Ramirez, Sarah Murphy

Faculty: Cecilia Rubino

Boundaries: Claiming Agency in a Society of Institutional Betrayal (Hoerle Lecture Hall:)

Panelist: Toni Marie Conliffe, Sjournee Cornelius-Quaidoo, Chloe Koehler, Michelle Mason

Faculty: Mac Todman


5:00 PM

(In)Visibility: Race and the Re-Scripting of Nation Space (Starr Foundation Hall)
Panelist: Kiki Dewar, Alexander Roberts Love, Katie Nixdorf

Faculty: Emma Park

Retouched Voices: What a farmers’ market and a rock album have in common (Hoerle Lecture Hall)

Panelist: Laura Hoffman, Andres Rogelio Perez Volkow

Faculty: Jennifer Wilson


Presented by the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

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