The Learning & Development Team invites you to a live webinar presented by TIAA.
Married couples can take advantage of some strategies that may help to increase lifetime Social Security benefits. You can learn the basics about spousal benefits, understand the many variables involved in claiming strategies and how married couples can boost their benefits by coordinating the timing of their claims.
Join Information Relations Specialist Ari Sahinovic for an informative info session.
Syracuse Abroad consistently ranks among the highest-quality international study programs in the country and has been ranked #7 in Study Abroad on US News & World Report. Students who choose Syracuse Abroad’s programs prepare for the world in the world with invaluable internships, Signature Seminars, language study at all levels, homestays, field research, and community engagement projects.
Join us for an afternoon fishbowl activity. A fishbowl is when a small group sits within a larger circle, while the outer circle observes those talking and sharing within the inner circle. Inside the fishbowl will be faculty and students passing a talking piece and answering questions about their experiences with and learnings from using restorative practices within an academic context. If you are curious about how to use “RP” in the classroom, join us!
Aeris Partners is delighted to host "Anatomy of a Deal: Case Study Review". This presentation will inform those interested in investment banking what it's really like to be an analyst on a deal team. Using real-life examples, students will learn how deals are structured and what a transaction looks like from start to finish.
Thinking about starting or expanding your garden this year, but not sure where to start? Join Book & Plow Farmers for some gardening tips. We will walk through some of the ways to grow your own food and flowers at home (including double dig, tarping, building garden boxes, soil tests, seed selection and crop care).
We will have a raffle for participants at the end-- a chance to win a B&P hat or tote bag.
This event is open to all! RSVP is encouraged, but not required.
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An introduction to growing your own flowers and vegetables open to staff, faculty and students. Join Book & Plow farmers for a zoom gathering where we share gardening tips. We'll cover building garden boxes, soil tests, seed selection, crop selection, and much more. There will be a raffle for a Book & Plow hat or tote bag at the end of the workshop.
Join the PAs for a conversation about body politics.
Body politics can be defined broadly as the practices and systems through which society and cultures regulate the human body. conceptualization of body politics rests on the work of Black, LatinX, Indigenous, and Queer women and people, including Audre Lorde, Benedita da Silva, Dr. Connie Pinkerton-Uri, and countless more changemakers. Bodies frequently become the battleground for debates over Reproductive Justice, Disability justice, Racial justice, Gender Justice, and Queer Justice.