All events are open to the public, unless otherwise noted. If you would like any accessibility accomodations, such as a sign language interpreter, or have any questions about the events, please email Amit Taneja. Please note that dates and times change due to scheduling issues, weather, etc. Please check the Hamilton Public Events Calendar for the most up-to-date information.
How does the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King inspire us to work towards justice today?
Join us for a lunch talk about intersexuality and the personal experience of a Hamilton student.
A confidential discussion group for students who come from lower socioeconomic status and working class families. Co-facilitated by Stephanie Guzman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Professor Elizabeth Lee (email@example.com). Tentative dates are: Feb. 11 & 25, Apr. 1, 15 & 29.
A bi-weekly discussion group that provides safe and confidential discussion space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, and Ally students. Tentative dates: Feb. 11 & 25, Mar. 11, Apr. 1, 15 & 29.
A discussion group exploring biracial and multiracial identities. Co-facilitated by AnnaMaria Cirrincione (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jake Blount (email@example.com). Tentative dates are: Feb. 13, Mar. 6, Apr. 3 & 24, May 8.
This three part workshop series assists students with career exploration. Please contact Janine Oliver(firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions. There are two options: Feb 3, 10, & 17 from 4:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m., or Feb. 20, 27, & Mar. 6 from 2:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m.
An annual retreat hosted by the Posse Foundation and Hamilton College.
Senior students share information about their summer internship experiences.
Join HIV/AIDS Caregiver of the Year award recipient, Michael Desalvo, as he provides an overview of the evolution of HIV/AIDS and the challenges of managing HIV/AIDS today.
A lecture on the history of medical experimentation on Black Americans from colonial times to the present.
This conference welcomes LGBTQA students, faculty and staff from the six colleges that are part of the New York Six Consortium.
Laverne Cox, actress (Orange is the New Black) and educator, will present a lecture on issues faced by transgender people of color. Free and open to the public.
The Art Department Visiting Artist Series presents Alfredo Jaar, artist, architect and filmmaker.
A reading by fiction writer and essayist Roxanne Gay.
A six week dialogue about race and ethnicity. Please see campus emails for registration information.
Faculty and administrators from the NY Six Consortium colleges will gather to discuss recruitment, retention and climate issues around faculty diversity. Keynote Lecture by Prof. Robbin Chapman, Associate Provost, Wellesley College.
A panel on vegan diet and lifestyle followed by a vegan dinner.
The Voices of Color Lecture Series presents Judith Jamison, Artistic Director Emerita, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.
April 9 – Beauty Mark
A documentary on body image and the relationship between media, culture, gender norms, and women’s health.
April 16 – Feeding Frenzy
A documentary on obesity, the processed food industry, and government policies.
April 23 – Escape Fire
A documentary that re-imagines a sustainable health care system.
April 30 – Sicko
A documentary that examines health care in the U.S. and other countries.
Multicultural Affairs, BLSU, Career Center, Chaplaincy, Dean of Faculty, Diversity and Social Justice Project, English Department, Kirkland Endowment Advisory Committee, New York Six Consortium, Office of the President, Posse Foundation, Rainbow Alliance, Student Activities, Student Assembly, Voices of Color Lecture Series, Women’s Studies Department and The Womyn’s Center.