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The Graduate Student of Color Socials bring together graduate students across disciplines to mix, mingle and build community! These monthly socials are hosted by NYU CMEP in collaboration with other campus partners. All are welcome to attend - more info below!

The Graduate Students of Color Dinner Series allows for an intimate opportunity for informal conversations between faculty of color and graduate students of color over dinner. Graduate students hear from a faculty member about their individual journeys and experiences in navigating academia and other professional arenas. Space is limited - visit bit.ly/cmepevents to RSVP now - more info below! Faculty members interested in participating should contact Selima Jumarali at selima@nyu.edu.

CMEP's Graduate Drop In Hour
Mondays 5:00PM-7:00PM, starting 9/15, CMEP Lounge, Kimmel 806
Start your week off with CMEP’s Graduate Student Drop In Hour! Meet up with CMEP's grad student employees to hang out, take a break, or study over some refreshments. Hope to see you on Mondays from 5PM-7PM!

These programs are in partnership with the Office of Graduate Student Life at the Student Resource Center.


Graduate Student Socials

  • Graduate Students of Color and Allies Social
    Thursday, September 3rd | 6:00PM-8:00PM | Location: Negril Bar
    This Social will invite up coming and returning graduate students of color and allies from across the university! Visit bit.ly/cmepevents to RSVP now!
  • LGBTQ Graduate Students of Color and Allies Social
    Thursday, October 22nd | 6:00PM-8:00PM | Location: Amity Hall
    This Social will be cosponsored with the LGBTQ Student Center at NYU. Visit bit.ly/cmepevents to RSVP now!
  • Graduate Students of Color and Allies Social
    Thursday, November 19th | 6:00PM-8:00PM | Location: TBA
    This Social will feature Steinhardt’s Black Graduate Student Organization (SBGO)! Visit bit.ly/cmepevents to RSVP now!


Graduate Student Dinners

  • Tuesday, September 15th, 2015, 5pm-7pm, Location: Kimmel 904
    • This September dinner will feature an intimate roundtable discussion groups with Faculty members of color in order for students to hear from their multiple perspectives.The Faculty Members that will join us that day are the following:
      • Aisha Khan (Anthropology)
      • Ann J Morning (Sociology)
      • Marie Cruz Soto (Gallatin)
      • Fabienne Doucet (Steinhardt)
  • Tuesday October 7th, 2015, 5pm-7pm, Location: Kimmel 406
    • This October dinner will provide an opportunity for graduate students of color from across the university to meet, mingle, and hear from our guest speakers talk about their individual journeys and experiences in navigating academia and other professional arenas. Guest Speakers: 
      • Toni Gifford (Steinhardt)
      • Crystal Parikh (Department of English)
  • Tuesday, November 3rd | 5:00PM-7:00PM | Location: Kimmel 406
    • This November dinner will provide an opportunity for graduate students of color from across the university to meet, mingle, and hear from our guest speakers talk about their individual journeys and experiences in navigating academia and other professional arenas. Guest Speakers: 
      • Marta Moreno Vega (Arts and Public Policy)
      • Kellie Bryant (College of Nursing)

  • Michael Dumas, Assistant Professor | Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
  • Shankar Prasad, Clinical Faculty | Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
  • Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Professor and the Director, Doctoral Program |Silver School of Social Work
  • Ann Morning, Associate Professor |Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • Robert Teranishi, Associate Professor | Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
  • Millery Polyné, Assistant Director | Gallatin School of Individualized Study
  • Alejandro Velasco, Assistant Professor | Gallatin School of Individualized Study
  • Kimberly DaCosta, Associate Dean of Students, Associate Faculty | Gallatin School of Individualized Study
  • Alexander Santiago-Jirau,
  • Deirdre A. Royster, Associate Professor | Department of Sociology
  • Jason King, 
  • Meleko Mokgosi,
  • Paula Chakravartty, Associate Professor, Gallatin School of Individualized Study
  • Charlton McIlwain,
  • Ngina Soyini Chiteji,
  • Piper Anderson,
  • Sophie M. Balzora,
  • Edward Fergus,




Questions?

If you have questions or you need more information contact Selima Jumarali at selima@nyu.edu or 212.998.4324. 


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