Sean Eversley Bradwell, assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE), recently traveled to Nashville, TN to present at the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE). Dr. Bradwell and Ithaca City School District Superintendent, Dr. Luvelle Brown, presented:
"When Good is Not Enought: Why and How a District is Seeking Excellence" -- The Ithaca City School District is engaged with systemic change efforts. District educators are transforming teaching and learning practices, realigning priorities, engaging the community, and overcoming situational constraints to shift the district culture while producing dramatic achievement gains. The session provided examples of structures and artifacts associated with philosophy, policy, curriculum, instruction and assessment shifts.
ANNOUNCES READING OF DUSTIN LANCE BLACK’S NEW PLAY “8”
Created Equal Joins Nationwide Productions of Landmark Marriage Equality Play by Academy Award-Winning Screenwriter of Milk & J. Edgar
Sean Eversley Bradwell, assistant professor in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, gave the keynote at the 30th Annual Chemung County Human Relations breakfast at the Elmira Country Club. The program included WAY Award Presentations; named in honor of the former Executive Director of the Commission, Ernest Hemingway, Jr., and have been awarded by the Commission since 1997, to honor those persons, employers or volunteer groups that have made a substantial contribution to promoting diverse social, cultural and ethnic perspectives that enrich and expand understanding among all citizens in Chemung County.
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) in continuation with their fall Discussion Series; Suffocating Knowledge: Race, Power, Possibilities and in collaboration with Cornell Asian-American Studies Department, hosts a student workshop:
"Why Asian-American Studies Matter?"
Tuesday, October 16th from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Clark Lounge, Egbert Hall
"A workshop on the academy and activism to bridge and set the scene for engagement with a new Asian-American Studies minor program at Ithaca College. This interactive workshop will be a space for students with faculty and members of the community to discuss what is currently missing in their Ithaca College curriculum and how they would like to shape the Asian-American Studies program."
Thursday, Open Screening of The Color of Fear
Post-film discussion with Dr. Belisa Gonzales and Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell
March 22 – 7pm