The Trial of Susan B. Anthony: Film Screening and Discussion

Titchener Building Room 101

Watch a 29-minute film to discover critical details regarding the trial of Susan B. Anthony who was indicted for attempting to vote in a federal election in Rochester, NY. Anthony was a leader in the women’s suffrage movement. View all Spring 2024 Extra-Curricular Academic Events If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact […]

The Great North American Eclipse

Titchener Building Room 101

Thursday, March 21 Faculty Presenter: Andrew Glenn Time: 11:00 am Increasingly, On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible from much of the Eastern United States. Dubbed the “Great North American Eclipse”, its path of totality will traverse 13 states, including New York. Binghamton will not be in the path of totality […]

Election Misinformation: What to Expect and What to Do About It

Titchener Building Room 101

Thursday, April 18 Faculty Discussion Leaders: Librarian Paul Bond and Librarian Dana Curtin Time: 11:00 am With a major election coming up this year we can expect political operatives to play fast and loose with the truth. What have we seen in the past with regards to election misinformation and what does that tell us […]

Environmental Impacts of Fast Fashion

Titchener Building Room 101

Thursday, April 25 Faculty Panelists: Kennie Leet, Erin Heard and Jason Smith Time: 11:00 am Join three of our campus’ physical scientists for a lively discussion of how fast fashion affects the environment. Attend live only Live Location: Titchener Building, Room 101 If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the Accessibility Resources Office […]

World History: Viewing History Through the Eyes of Artists

Titchener Building Room 101

Thursday, May 2 Faculty Presenter: John Pierog Time: 11:00 am Join World History students and their professor for a review of famous paintings that depict key historical events from around the world. How have artists shaped our view of history? What can we learn about one field, history, by looking through the traditions of another […]

13th, Film Screening

Titchener Building Room 101

Thursday, May 9 Faculty Presenter: I.J. Byrnes Time: 11:00 am Watch a key segment of director Ava DuVernay’s documentary film, 13th, which focuses on how race informs the U.S. system of mass incarceration. Attend live only Live Location: Titchener Building, Room 101 If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact the Accessibility Resources Office […]