Monday, 28 Feb 2022
Lecture: Disordered Thoughts About Food and Exercise
This event will be in person, live streamed, and recorded. Dec. 16, 2012, was the day Rachael Steil stopped running in silence. It was the day she wrote her first blog post about dealing with anorexia and binge eating as an All-American runner and shared it with the world.
Lecture: How Black Women Have Shaped History Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
"Now That's Magic: How Black Women Have Shaped History Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," personal development coach Jessica Lundy will share not only how each of these women have impacted her and propelled her journey, but also distill the essential elements of each for audience members to use in their endeavors. This program is tailored specifically for Black History Month and Women's History Month programming.
Tuesday, 01 Mar 2022
Hip Hop 101: Its Impact on Our World
The Reminders, a husband-wife hip hop duo, consists of Brussels, Belgium-born Big Samir and Queens, New York-born emcees and vocalist Aja Black. In this combo presentation and performance, Samir and Aja will guide attendees through the history of hip hop and its incredible influence in culture. This event will be in person and live streamed. It will NOT be recorded.
Thursday, 03 Mar 2022
Lecture: The Search for the Fountain of Youth
Aging is the leading risk factor associated with diseases including cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disease, and frailty. The common marmoset, a small nonhuman primate, offers a number of advantages for aging and healthspan research. They have a fast maturation and short life span compared with more commonly used larger nonhuman primate models.