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Event Calendar

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Wed, Feb 17, 2021

Workday Open Lab/AskIT

Workday Open Labs are still happening! Join a session if you have a question about Workday. View the training website (login required) for the full schedule and Zoom info.

Lifetime Income: Marketproof your Retirement

The OHR Learning & Development Team invites you to a live webinar presented by TIAA.

You’ve worked hard to save for retirement. TIAA can help you understand how to create a plan that protects you against key retirement risks as well as helps build a diversified retirement income plan.

Workday Open Lab/AskIT

Workday Open Labs are still happening! Join a session if you have a question about Workday. View the training website (login required) for the full schedule and Zoom info.

Inside Money: Managing Income and Debt

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Live Webinar

The OHR Learning & Development Team invites you to a live webinar presented by TIAA.

Discover how to help make your money work harder by using your cash flow more effectively, developing good saving habits and better managing debt.

Workday for Managers, Supervisors and Staff

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CHI Salon: "The Indian in the Freezer: The Genomic Quest for Indigeneity"

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Virtual, Zoom

Visiting Professor of Sexuality, Women's and Gender Studies Jennifer Hamilton will present her new book manuscript, The Indian in the Freezer: The Genomic Quest for Indigeneity (under contract with the University of Washington Press). The book explores what she terms “the genomic quest for indigeneity,” and follows people, scientific objects, biomedical discourses and capital over time and in space in order to provide a rich ethnographic account of how race, sex and sexuality continue to inform and shape contemporary biomedical inquiry. Hamilton argues that indigeneity is a productive category, particularly in terms of how genomics is imagined. She does the empirical work of tracing how indigeneity circulates and how it impacts the creation of diagnostic technologies and therapeutics as part of a larger intervention in ongoing discussions of how and why health disparities cannot be reduced to naturalized narratives of biological difference. The overall point of the book is to take seriously that if we accept, possibly embrace, the speculative and contingent yet material and consequential dimensions of genomics and the life sciences more broadly, we can potentially shift scientific modes of inquiry to be more inclusive of other possible worlds.

Registration Required
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Foundations of Resume Writing Workshop — Hosted by the Loeb Center's Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program

Learn about the skills and strategies needed to create resumes that best represent your unique experiences to land summer internships and future job opportunities. Get comfortable with the Loeb Center’s resume approval process and criteria necessary in order for you to apply to opportunities on Handshake.

*This workshop will fulfill the Internship Preparation Workshop requirement for the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program*

Hosted by the Loeb Center's Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program. Learn more about the Program here: https://www.amherst.edu/mm/575805