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Upcoming Events at Fordham and John Jay

Oct 14, 2020
promotional images for three events at fordham and john jay

School is in session, and you can join in on the intellectual debates and conversations even if you’re not a student! Fordham University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are offering various free, virtual and educational events that are open to the public. From lectures on Anthropology and Physics to discussions with government officials, there are many ways that you can expand your knowledge!

Need an interesting activity for this evening? Why not attend Fordham’s Distinguished Lecture on Disability: The Disability Rights Movement: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We Need to Go at 5:45pm or John Jay’s event, Emerging Leaders of Justice: Councilmember Diana Ayala, at 5:00pm. Tomorrow, Thursday, October 15, John Jay is hosting Anthropology Cafe: Cultural Anthropologist Ieva Jusionyte.

There are a lot of great events next week as well! On Tuesday, October 20, Fordham is hosting: Lecture: Unrestricted Cash and Voucher Assistance As a Radical Act, Centennial Speaker Series: Joseph Calandro Jr. on Creating Strategic Value: Applying Value Investing Principles to Corporate Management, and the 16th-Annual Rita Cassella Jones Lecture on Women and U.S. Catholicism. And, at John Jay, attend Pfizer State AG Series: A Conversation with AG William Tong.

Lastly, on Wednesday, October 15, check out the Fordham Women's Summit: Philanthropy | Empowerment | Change and Physics Colloquium: From Galaxies to Stars to Planets: A Research Journey, as well as Breaking the Cycle Workshop: "Revenge Porn": Understanding Cyber-Sexual Assault and Breaking the Cycle Workshop: Bringing in the Bystander at John Jay.

Photo credit: Fordham University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice