In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the historically devastating attacks on September 11, 2001, the Office of the President and the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life invite all members of the Wheaton community to join for a brief remembrance ceremony where we will hear from some of our community members and local first responders as well as share in a moment of silence for the many lives lost then and amidst the current turmoil in Afghanistan.
Join the Office of the President and the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life for our annual 9/11 commemoration in honor of the lives lost in the September 11th terror attacks.
Find the zoom link to join in your email or visit the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact on Engage.
Join special guest speaker, Dr. Alexandra Herzog, Assistant Director of the American Jewish Council of New England along with a panel of Wheaton faculty in remembering the tragedy of the Holocaust as well as recognizing its lasting impact. Hear from the panel as well as SMART coordinator Cheylsea Federle on how we can stand up to anti-semitism, and hate crimes in all their forms. The program will be followed by a brief reception in the May Room.
#WheaNegotiate – Join us on Tuesday, April 10th for a campus-wide celebration of Equal Pay Day. Wheaton will join events happening across the nation to bring attention to the on-going harm of the pay gap. There will be lunchtime tabling in Balfour-Hood. In the evening there will be a workshop. This workshop is your chance to gain insight into the societal factors driving pay disparity, as well as a chance to learn negotiation strategies to help combat it. The event will occur from 6-7:30pm in the Faculty Dining Room.
Wheaton’s honoring of Equal Pay Day has been organized by the Alliance Club, Career Services, the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, the Distinguished Women of Color Collective, Emerson House, Human Resources, the Queer and Trans People of Color Club, Title IX, Wallace Library, WheAccess Club, The WiNHub and Women’s and Gender Studies.
Please contact the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, email@example.com, with any questions.