Based on the continuing widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Multicultural Advancement (SUMA) has determined it is best to postpone CBT 2020 until Sept. 9-12, 2021. “We’ve worked very hard to develop a four-day weekend celebration that…
Thursday Morning Roundtable Announces April Guest List
The University’s Thursday Morning Roundtable (TMR) wraps up an academic year full of programming with its April series. This is the last series until TMR resumes in September.
Meetings are held Thursday mornings from 8-9 a.m. on the fourth floor of the Nancy Cantor Warehouse, 350 W. Fayette St., Syracuse. Before and after the program there is time for coffee and networking. TMR is free and open to the public. Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) is available every week. Free parking is available in both the East and West lots (off Washington and West/Fayette streets), as well as on the street until 9 a.m.
April TMRs will have the following topics and guests:
April 4, Homelessness in Onondaga County
Dan Sieburg, of the Rescue Mission, and Megan Stuart, of the Housing and Homeless Coalition of CNY, will speak about the state of homelessness in Onondaga County. This is in partnership with FOCUS Greater Syracuse.
April 11, County Executive
Ryan McMahon, county executive for Onondaga County, will speak about his transition and plans moving forward.
Aprill 18, SU Athletics
John Wildhack, director of athletics for Syracuse University, will present on the state of athletic programs at Syracuse and his career thus far.
April 25, WCNY’s New President
Mitch Gelman, president and CEO of WCNY, will speak about his new role and the future of WCNY.
The guests and topics are chosen by the TMR Advisory Committee, which is made up of 10 CNY community members and managed by Emily Winiecki, community engagement coordinator in the Office of Community Engagement. Questions or comments regarding TMR can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A recording of the TMR conversation airs on WCNY-FM radio Sundays at 8 p.m.