The President’s Council of Cornell Women’s annual symposium is a dynamic opportunity to strengthen your connection with the work of PCCW. It’s your opportunity to meet other successful alumnae, learn about university initiatives, and participate in student and peer mentoring.

PCCW Celebrates One Cornell: Diversity and Inclusion

In May, 2019 PCCW gathered with over 100 members, 70 undergraduate students and 50 graduate students along with faculty and staff to inspire one of President Pollack’s initiatives (through the Presidential Task Force) of Diversity and Inclusion.  Some highlights from this year’s symposium, include:

Presidential Task Force on Campus Climate and the role of the Intergroup Dialogue Project (IDP)

Lisa Nishii, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Associate Professor of Human Resource Studies, ILR School

 

Intergroup Dialogue Project (IDP)

What You Think of Me is None of My Business - Embracing Your Superpower

Meg Zucker, Founder and President of Don’t Hide It Flaunt It (“DHIFI”)

Women Leading from Anywhere on the Stage: Balancing the Me and We

Lynn P. Wooten, David J. Nolan Dean of the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Immigration Enforcement and the Employment Sphere: Unpacking Trump-Era "Immployment" Law

Shannon Gleeson, Associate Professor, Labor Relations, Law, and History, ILR School

Microaggressions and Unconscious Bias

Reginald White '80, Senior Director, Human Resources Strategy, Office of the VP & CHRO

Reception and Dinner with President Pollack and 2018 Affinito-Stewart Grant recipients

PCCW members enjoyed a reception and dinner with President Martha Pollack and the 2018 Affinito-Stewart Grant recipients which included video interviews with many of the grant recipients in which they spoke about how their grant has influenced their research.  This fascinating video was created by PCCW member Deborah Hoard MPS ’78, President, PhotoSynthesis Productions, Ithaca.

Past Symposium Highlights

Take a look at Symposium 2018 highlights.

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