TRIP Events Calendar

Apr
3
Fri
12:00pm - 1:30pm
https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/119043961?pwd=TzJnYXpFeDNJSTBJbXZ2eGprWTdQZz09
On Friday, April 3rd, the Graduate Community of Scholars will offer a workshop on how to write a teaching statement. In this workshop, we'll approach the topic of writing a teaching statement in three ways, through identifying your approach to teaching, articulating it in terms of your experience and field, and understanding what readers expect of the genre, including how the document's organization and the information typically included in it.

The workshop is meant for all levels of teaching experience and any moment in the job search process. If you are writing a teaching statement, this workshop will help you develop content, draft and provide criteria for judging the statement's effectiveness. If you are in the early stages of your graduate education, this workshop can guide questions you ask yourself as your teaching proceeds.

For more details, see the attached announcement, or follow the RSVP link.

Program title: How to Write a Teaching Statement

Speaker: Dr. Robert Danberg (Writing Initiative)

Date: Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Zoom Link: https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/119043961?pwd=TzJnYXpFeDNJSTBJbXZ2eGprWTdQZz09

Zoom Password: GCOS

Please RSVP here: https://bit.ly/2UMlOBN  
1:00pm - 2:00pm
https://stonybrook.zoom.us/j/312563740?pwd=MGNtQXY4Yk54ZU0zMU1QcXdGSWpDdz09

The Suny Council on Writing is offering a webinar for faculty across the curriculum on Friday, April 3 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM. 

Making Collaborative Learning Effective Online: Group discussion, Peer review, Workshopping, Instructor Feedback with Joelle Mann (Binghamton University), Shyam Sharma (Stony Brook University), and Robert Yagelski (University at Albany).
2:00pm - 3:00pm
https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/480853539

With so many changes happening so fast due to COVID-19, we are holding a TRIP graduate student meeting this Friday, April 3 from 2-3 p.m. to discuss questions and concerns you have, and cover matters such as visa issues. We are hoping a representative from ISSS will be able to join us for this meeting to answer questions. 

Join Zoom Meeting
https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/480853539

Meeting ID: 480 853 539  
Apr
16
Thu
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Admissions Building 189

In collaboration with the Comparative Literature department, the World Cinema Series is bringing to campus this spring a range of significant films that in most cases would not be available to local audiences. The film titles selected are international in scope, concentrating on foreign and independent films, as well as award-winning films from international movie festivals and/or historical archives. Many films will be  screened in conjunction with academic courses, will be introduced by faculty members and/or graduate students and followed by discussions or receptions. All foreign films are shown in their original language with English subtitles. The Highlights of the series this semester include:  

ROMA by Alfonso Cuaron (Mexixo, 2018)

 Time: Thursday, April 16, 7 pm

Location: Admissions Building 189

Synopsis: Cleo is one of two domestic workers who help Antonio and Sofía take care of their four children in 1970s Mexico City. Complications soon arise when Antonio suddenly runs away with his mistress and Cleo finds out that she is pregnant. When Sofía decides to take the kids on vacation, she invites Cleo for a much-needed getaway to clear her mind and bond with the family. The movie received a number of accolades with ten nominations at the 91st Academy Awards, among them are the Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress. It became the first Mexican entry to win Best Foreign Language Film, and also won for Best Cinematography and Best Director, becoming the first foreign language film to win in the last category, as well as marking the first time a director won Best Cinematography for his or her own film.

Apr
17
Fri
10:00am - 11:00am
Center for Learning and Teaching, Learning Studio LN-1324-C
Apr
24
Fri
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Admissions Building 189

In collaboration with the Comparative Literature department, the World Cinema Series is bringing to campus this spring a range of significant films that in most cases would not be available to local audiences. The film titles selected are international in scope, concentrating on foreign and independent films, as well as award-winning films from international movie festivals and/or historical archives. Many films will be  screened in conjunction with academic courses, will be introduced by faculty members and/or graduate students and followed by discussions or receptions. All foreign films are shown in their original language with English subtitles. The Highlights of the series this semester include:

 SHEHERAZADE, TELL ME A STORY by Yousry Narallah (Egypt. 2009)

 Time: Friday, April 24, 6:30 pm

Location: Admissions Building 189

Synopsis: Hebba, a TV presenter hosts a high-rated Television show about urgent socio-political issues in the country. The government is scandalized by the show, which insists thst terrorism is primarily caused by unemployment, poverty and corruption. Hebba's handsome new husband, Karim is a deputy editor of a daily newspaper. As a condition to become an editor-in-chief, Karim is informed that his wife has to tame down her "depraved" show that "trashes Egypt's reputation." When Hebba accepts to switch to stories focusing on women’s oppression, things get even more controversial. The film participated in the official competition of Venice Film Festival, Toronto Film Festival and was awarded in the Festival Des Trois Continents


*****  Food and Refreshments will be served

 

Apr
28
Tue
1:30pm - 2:30pm
https://binghamton.zoom.us/j/780385543
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