What's happening is an ever evolving summary of these events. Please note: The separate offices and programs within CDGE (OISA, OICM, OMSA, OCS, Ambassadors, C3, Safe Zone, LEADership Institute and I-Seminar) sponsor their own events throughout the year.
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In 2013-2014, the CDGE theme is Celebrating Legacies: Why Our Pasts Matter.
Open House - On Wednesday, August 28 the entire College campus was invited to Get To Know The CDGE at our Open House.
Social Justice Training Institute
RePlay for Kids Workshop: Because Every Kid Needs to Play - Tuesday, November 5, 6:30 pm, Babcock Dining Hall. During this workshop we will adapt mainstream toys for use by children with disabilities. Space is limited: Contact Nicola Kille to register in advance.
Alison Bechdel - Thursday, October 17, 7 pm, Ebert 223. Alison Bechtel is a cartoonist and author of the comic strip and blog dykestowatchoutfor.com. She also is the inventor of the Bechdel Test for movies, which asks whether a work of fiction features at least two women who talk to each other about something other than a man. Her gender and sexual identity are central to the message of her work: “the secret subversive goal of my work is to show that women, not just lesbians, are regular human beings”.
The Rhythm of HiV/AIDS. Monday, October 28. Featuring Prof. Rodney Brown from The Ohio State University's Department of Dance. Choreographers design dances for entertainment among other considerations. This choreographer involves words and dance composition to illuminate some functional differences between Red and White Blood Cells, dissimilarities of HIV and AIDS, 4 common ways HIV can be transmitted, stigma, and some well-known ways to prevent HIV infection. If movement can be used to instruct about HIV/AIDS, dance could be highlighted to share information in various contexts.
Sonia Shah - Tuesday, November 12, 7:30 pm, Babcock Formal Lounge. Poverty, Race, and Medical Practice. Sonia Shah is an investigative journalist and author of critically acclaimed and prize-winning books, including The Fever: How Malaria Has Ruled Humankind for 500,000 Years, The Body Hunters: Testing New Drugs on the World’s Poorest Patients, Crude: The Story of Oil, and Dragon Ladies: Asian American Feminists Breathe Fire. Her work combines science, human rights activism and international politics into intellectual yet witty works of journalism.
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