2nd Annual Student Research Day
Apr 14, 2011
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
|Where||South Atrium, AC-2D01, AC-2A15, AC-2B07, AC- 2C07|
|Contact Name||Rishi Nath|
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The York College Office of Undergraduate Research is hosting the 2nd Student Research Day April 14th, 2011 in the Atrium. This promises to be an exciting day of panel presentations, poster presentations and creative works by York students for all majors. Students representing any of York’s three schools (Arts & Sciences, Business and Information Systems, Health and Behavioral Sciences) will have the opportunity to share their creative works and research with us.
Staceyann Chin is the recipient of the 2007 Power of the Voice Award from The Human Rights Campaign, the 2008 Safe Haven Award from Immigration Equality, the 2008 Honors from the Lesbian AIDS Project, and the 2009 New York State Senate Award. She unapologetically identifies as Caribbean and Black, Asian and lesbian, woman and resident of New York City.
A proud Jamaican National, Staceyann’s voice was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, where she spoke candidly about her experiences of growing up on the island and the dire consequences of her coming-out there.
Widely known as co-writer and original performer in the Tony award winning, Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam on Broadway, her poetry has seen the rousing cheers of the Nuyorican Poets' Café, one-woman shows Off-Broadway, writing-workshops in Sweden, South Africa, and Australia. Chin’s three one-woman shows, HANDS AFIRE, UNSPEAKABLE THINGS, and BORDER/CLASH all opened to rave reviews at the Culture Project in New York City.
Be it on “60 Minutes,” or in the New York Times, Staceyann has a reputation for telling it exactly like it is.
Staceyann is the author of the memoir, The Other Side of Paradise.
Sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Office of Academic Affairs. FAQ for 2nd Annual Student Research Day.