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Event Calendar

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Wed, Apr 28, 2021

Cannabis in the Workplace

The Learning & Development Team invites you to a live webinar presented by the EAP, New Directions.

As the legalization of marijuana spreads across the U.S., it can be hard to keep up with changing policies and what it means for employees. Learn more about marijuana, different legalizations, and how your workplace and policies may be affected. This webinar is designed for anyone who actively supervises others.

Distinguished Lectures Series by AIT--Attitudes and Approaches

Would you like to learn more about Hungarian culture?
Join Mariann Schiller for a lecture on Attitudes and Approaches--Insight to Hungarian Thoughts, Ideas and Humor!

Students Only

Cannabis in the Workplace

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Live Webinar

The Learning & Development Team invites you to a live webinar presented by the EAP, New Directions.

As the legalization of marijuana spreads across the U.S., it can be hard to keep up with changing policies and what it means for employees. Learn more about marijuana, different legalizations, and how your workplace and policies may be affected. This webinar is designed for anyone who actively supervises others.

Headshot of Lili Kim

CHI Salon: "In Transit: Gender, Race and Korean Migration to Argentina and Remigration to the United States"

In this virtual talk, Lili M. Kim, a CHI Fellow and visiting lecturer in history at Amherst College and associate professor of history and global migrations at Hampshire College, examines the little-known history of Korean migration to Argentina that began in 1965 as a result of the agricultural treaty signed between war-torn South Korea and Argentina, as well as the subsequent remigration of Koreans to the United States in the 1990s. This presentation will focus on reconstructing the history of early settlements of Koreans as agricultural workers in the rural town of Lamarque, Argentina, and how Korean migrants came to dominate the garment industry as laborers and business owners in Buenos Aires. Utilizing both Korean and Spanish sources, Kim explores the centrality of Korean women's gendered labor and the formation of Korean Argentine communities in the face of racial discrimination and economic scapegoating during multiple Argentine economic crises in the context of globalization of labor and migration.

Registration Required
This chat will be with Samuel Amaka, a Psychology major currently studying at Columbia Medical School.

OSDEI Alumni Chats: Samuel Amaka, Psychology '19

The Office of Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion invites you to join alums from different diverse backgrounds for conversations about their time at Amherst and beyond. They will discuss their experiences in their majors, their career paths and how they overcame the challenges they faced along the way. Come for career advice, life lessons and more! This chat will be with Samuel Amaka, a Psychology major currently studying at Columbia Medical School.

Registration Required