ALLY WEEK APRIL 9 - 13, 2018

RSVP below to individual events via Campus Groups.
Food served at all events.


MONDAY
APRIL 9

REAL MEAL: Putting Your $$ to Work

12:00 - 1:20 pm | KMC 3-120

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The real meal will offer practical tips for directing your dollars to businesses that are owned by members of historically marginalized and underrepresented groups. Attendees will learn about some of the common challenges faced by minority-owned businesses, resources for identifying these businesses, and strategies for supporting them.

Sponsored by: GFA, ABS, SABAS, Energy & Infrastructure

 

Experiential learning:
de-escalation workshop

4:30 - 5:45 pm | KMC 3-50

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This interactive workshop, led by trained experts from the Center for Anti-violence Education, will help equip Sternies to actively address tense or problematic situations in professional and academic settings. You will learn strategies and techniques to help calm a situation down, and learn what to avoid saying or doing to further escalate the situation.

The Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) develops and implements comprehensive violence prevention programs for individuals and organizations. Through a combination of education, physical empowerment and leadership development, CAE provides underserved communities with skills to break cycles of violence—including assault, intimate partner violence, hate crimes, street harassment, and abuse.

Sponsored by: EMSA, Outclass, SISA, SHA

 

LANGONE Experiential learning:
de-escalation workshop

7:00 - 8:15 pm | KMC 11-75

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This interactive workshop, led by trained experts from the Center for Anti-violence Education, will help equip Sternies to actively address tense or problematic situations in professional and academic settings. You will learn strategies and techniques to help calm a situation down, and learn what to avoid saying or doing to further escalate the situation.

The Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) develops and implements comprehensive violence prevention programs for individuals and organizations. Through a combination of education, physical empowerment and leadership development, CAE provides underserved communities with skills to break cycles of violence—including assault, intimate partner violence, hate crimes, street harassment, and abuse.

Sponsored by: EMSA, Outclass, SISA, SHA


TUESDAY
APRIL 10

industry panel: Driving Business Results and Promoting Diversity

12:00 - 1:20 pm | KMC 3-50

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This panel will explore why diversity and inclusion is important in business from multiple viewpoints (social, economical, ethical/moral, and more) and how you (MBA students) can make impact at your organizations and in the business community no matter what job function you occupy.

Co-Sponsored by GFA, MCA, and SMS

 

REAL MEAL: #metoo

4:30 - 5:45 pm | KMC 3-55

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This real meal invites Sternies of all gender expressions and identities to learn from their female-identifying classmates about productive ways to engage in the #MeToo movement and to practice allyship in academic and professional settings. The discussion will be moderated by Professor Nathan Pettit and is the second in a 2-part series about #MeToo. You do not need to have participated in Part I, which was for male-identifying students, only, in order to participate in this real meal. 

Lead Sponsor: SWIB

Co-sponsored by: Luxury Retail Club, Cellar, Golf, Hoops, SiA, AHBBS, Partners

 

STERN ALLY WEEK KEYNOTE

Keynote Address, 6:00 - 7:00 pm | KMC 5-50
Reception, 7:00 - 8:00 pm | Half Pint

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Come hear from Ken Harbaugh, a former Navy pilot, former president of disaster recovery non-profit Team Rubicon, and current candidate for Congress. Ken is an incredible guy with an incredible story, and we're excited for him to share that story with all of you.

Sponsored by: SGOV, MVC, GBA


WEDNESDAY
APRIL 11

FROM PRISON TO ENTREPRENEUR

12:00 - 1:20 pm | KMC 1-100

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Jason Wang from Defy Ventures speaks on his experience going from Lancaster State Prison to founder of a startup called Byte Size Moments, touching on key issues surrounding working with those who have criminal histories.

Sponsored by: ESA, SPEC

 

Trans Allyship in a Trump Administration

4:30 - 5:45 pm | KMC 3-70

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Join us for a workshop on the issues facing transgender women led by LaLa Zannell, of the Trans Women of Color Collective. Come engage with LaLa on topics of gender, gender identity and sexuality while learning LaLa's incredible story as a trans woman of color. LaLa spoke at the White House for the first Women's History Month briefing to include trans women, at the final trans women of color briefing under the Obama administration, and she testified at the first historic Congressional Forum on violence against transgender people. Over the course of this workshop, you’ll learn not only about the struggles that propel LaLa to do her work, but also the ways in which allies can create positive change for the trans community.

 

LANGONE STERN SPEAKS x ALLY WEEK

9:00 - 10:00 pm | KMC 2-65

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Designed as a platform to share personal stories outside the classroom, this special edition of Stern Speaks will feature two current students, Tim Ralston & Carlos Juarez, who are passionate about allyship.


THURSDAY
APRIL 12

experiential learning:
THE MOTH - Art and Craft of Storytelling

12:00 - 1:20 pm | 3-55

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In this eighty-minute workshop, master instructors from The Moth will introduce the concepts of Moth Storytelling, help students find the true, personal stories they would like to tell and share tools and resources that they can use to refine and practice their stories after the workshop.

After hearing an example story from a veteran storyteller, and discussing what worked about that story, the group will explore their own experiences that could be expressed in story. Participants will then have the opportunity to have their stories coached in a master class setting. The workshop concludes with an exploration of applications of Moth storytelling.

 

STERN SPEAKS x ALLY WEEK

4:30 - 6:00 pm | KMC 1-70

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Designed as a platform to share personal stories outside the classroom, this special edition of Stern Speaks will feature two current students who are passionate about allyship.

 

LANGONE REAL MEAL: Building Allies out of Difficult Conversations

6:00 - 7:00 pm | KMC 1-100

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Facilitated by Professor Steven Blader, Deputy Chair of Stern's Dept. of Management & Organizations, this workshop challenges participants to successfully navigate difficult conversation topics in group settings. Workshop attendees will also learn how to build relationships into allies out of these experiences. Dinner will be provided for all workshop attendees.


FRIDAY
APRIL 13

AHBBS PRESENTS: MBA's GOT TALENT

7:00 - 10:00 pm | KMC 5-50 | Open Bar

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Join as your peers compete on stage to raise money for our selected charity, Minds Matter. Contestants will perform and a live auction will follow, in which you are encouraged to place a bid on an item or class being offered by our contestants.