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Center for Student Involvement

Monday, November 26th

7:00 p.m. – Between Women – The Women’s CenterWomen’s Center (C220)
Between Women is a bi-weekly social and discussion group for self-identifying women with new topics each meeting! This group is facilitated by the Student Women’s Outreach Coordinator, Nat. Questions? Email ndahl@ramapo.edu

Tuesday, November 27th

8:00 p.m – Between the PI’s – The Women’s CenterThe Women’s Center (C-220)
Join us for our weekly discussion group for bisexual, pansexual, and/or questioning people, Between the PI’s. Questions? Email women@ramapo.edu

Wednesday, November 28th

4:00 p.m. – Life For Women on the Reservation – The Office of Equity and Diversity Programs and The Women’s CenterA 105
Are you Interested in learning about the struggles Native American Women face while living on the reservation? Come to Life for Women on the Reservation to hear more about the lives of these strong women. This event is in honor of Native American Heritage Month. Email Nat at ndahl@ramapo.edu for further information or questions.

8:00 p.m. – inQlusive – The Women’s CenterThe Women’s Center C220
inQlusive is a weekly discussion group for queer and transgender students. New topics each week! This group is facilitated by the Student Queer Peer Services Coordinators. Questions? Email qps@ramapo.edu

Thursday, November 29th

1:00 p.m. – History of AIDS Crisis in the LGBTQ+ Community – The Women’s CenterThe Women’s Center (C220)
A presentation and discussion centering around the history of AIDS crisis and how it affected the LGBT community, especially gay men, in the Women’s Center from 1pm to 2pm. For further questions or information, please email Regina at rcuddeba@ramapo.edu

1:00 p.m. – Project L.E.A.D. Finding Your Voice With Public Speaking – Student Leadership ProgramsA-101
Learn how to overcome the fear of public speaking by attending Project L.E.A.D. Finding Your Voice With Public Speaking from 1pm-2pm in A-101. This leadership session will show students how they can use effective public speaking as a core leadership skill while building positive self-confidence. Food and refreshments will be served at this event (first come, first serve) so bring a friend and make your voice heard today! If you have any questions about this session, please email Jack Nesmith at jnesmith@ramapo.edu

8:00 p.m. – Men4Men – The Women’s CenterB227
Men4Men is a weekly peer-to-peer discussion group for gay, bisexual, and questioning men. This group is facilitated by the Student Men’s Outreach Coordinator, Christian. Questions? Email Christian at moc@ramapo.edu

9:00 p.m. – Violet – The Women’s CenterThe Women’s Center C220
Violet is a weekly peer-to-peer discussion and support group for self-identified lesbian, bisexual, queer, and questioning women. The space is trans and non-binary inclusive. Questions? Email Regina at rcuddeba@ramapo.edu

Friday, November 30th

10:00 a.m. – AIDS Quilt Showing – The Women’s CenterFriends Hall
The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt was conceived in 1985 by San Francisco gay rights activist Cleve Jones to celebrate the lives of those who died of AIDS-related causes. A panel of the quilt will be viewable in Friends Hall on Friday, November 30th until 8:00 p.m. Please contact rcuddeba@ramapo.edu for more information.

8:00 p.m. – AIDS Memorial Vigil – The Women’s Center – Friends Hall
In observance of World AIDS Day, please join the Women’s Center at Friends Hall under the AIDS Quilt on Friday, November 30th, at 8:00 p.m. for a candlelight vigil to commemorate those affected by HIV & AIDS. This event is part of AIDS Awareness Week. Please contact rcuddeba@ramapo.edu for further questions or information.

Saturday, December 1st

10:00 a.m. – Teaneck Tutoring – The Civic and Community Engagement CenterTeaneck, NJ
Join the Civic and Community Engagement Center for a terrific tutoring experience at Math Adventures and Word Play! Volunteers will be assisting students K-12 in subjects like Math, Language Arts, Social Studies and Arts & Crafts.

No prior experience in tutoring is necessary.

Transportation is provided!

If you plan to use your own transportation or ride with someone else, please stop by the CCEC office in SC 213, to sign a transportation waiver prior to going on the service trip.

Please email the ccec@ramapo.edu with any questions or concerns.

 

Additional Announcements

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week: Call for Proposals

If you or your organization would like to host an event National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, please fill out the program proposal form on Women’s Center Orgsync: https://orgsync.com/5737/forms/343534. The deadline is January 25th 2019, but it is recommended to submit a program as soon as possible. Email rcuddeba@ramapo.edu for more information.

Koskinen, Lindsay and Eric Endowed Minority Achievement Scholarship

Lindsay Koskinen, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist and adjunct faculty member at Ramapo College. She and her husband Eric have volunteered in Paterson, N.J. in a variety of ways since the 1980’s. The purpose of their scholarship is to provide funding to African American students who have graduated from a New Jersey inner city high school, and have gone on to be successful college students.

  • GPA of 3.2+
  • Junior or Senior credit status
  • Graduate of a New Jersey inner city high school
  • Financial need, determined by Foundation policy
  • African American

For more information: https://www.ramapo.edu/scholarships/single/koskinen-lindsay-and-eric-minority-achievement-scholarship/

 


Athletics

Res Life

 

Cahill Center

The Roukema Center

Tuesday, November 27th

1:00 p.m. – International Programs Open Advisement Session – The Roukema Center for International EducationASB123
Join us for our weekly, Group Advisement Sessions for study abroad inquiries. These sessions are designed to help answer some of those general beginner questions as well as some program specific questions as time permits. These sessions are being offered during the fall semester, every Tuesday (1 – 2 PM) in ASB-123 and

every Thursday (3 – 4 PM) in ASB-123. To sign-up to attend one of these group advisement sessions, please use the link: https://www.ramapo.edu/study-abroad/getting-started/sign-up-for-an-advising-session/

Wednesday, November 28th

1:00 p.m. – German Language Happy Hour – The Roukema Center for International EducationASB123
Would you like to practice your German language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers German Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 1-2pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

2:00 p.m. – Japanese Language Happy Hour – The Roukema Center for International EducationASB123
Would you like to practice your Japanese language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Japanese Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 2-3pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

3:00 p.m. – Chinese Language Hour – World Language LabB-127
Would you like to practice your Chinese language skill? Chinese Language Hours are offered every Wednesday from 3-5 pm in B-127, World Language Lab. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

Thursday, November 29th

1:00 p.m. – Hindi Language Happy Hour – The Roukema Center for International EducationASB123
Would you like to practice your Hindi language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Hindi Language Happy Hour every Thursday from 1-2pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

3:00 p.m. – International Programs Open Advisement Session – The Roukema Center for International EducationASB123
Join us for our weekly, Group Advisement Sessions for study abroad inquiries. These sessions are designed to help answer some of those general beginner questions as well as some program specific questions as time permits. These sessions are being offered during the fall semester, Every Tuesday (1 – 2 PM) in ASB-123 and

Every Thursday (3 – 4 PM) in ASB-123. To sign-up to attend one of these group advisement sessions, please use the link: https://www.ramapo.edu/study-abroad/getting-started/sign-up-for-an-advising-session/

 

Student Government Association

College Programming Board

 

President's Office

Fraternities and Sororities

Health & Wellness

Monday, November 26th

1:10 p.m.- Free Weekly Day Meditations – The Krame CenterASB 420
Join us for free partially guided meditations every Monday afternoon from 1:10-1:45pm. Learn to meditate or expand your current practice. No experience necessary. For more information or registration, please visit tinyurl.com/KrameMeditation

Wednesday, November 28th

5:30 p.m.- Free Weekly Evening Meditations –The Krame CenterASB 420
Join us for free partially guided meditations on Wednesday evenings.Learn to meditate or expand your current practice. No experience necessary. For more information or
registration, please visit tinyurl.com/KrameMeditation

Thursday, November 29th

1:10 p.m.- Free Weekly Day Meditations – The Krame Center ASB 420
Join us for free partially guided meditations every Thursday afternoon from 1:10-1:45pm. Learn to meditate or expand your current practice. No experience necessary. For more information or registration, please visit tinyurl.com/KrameMeditation

Additional Announcements

Ramapo Reads: Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion, The Center for British Studies and the FYS Program will sponsor a day-long readathon of the novel from 9 AM to 6 PM on Halloween, October 31, in the York Room. Almost 100 students, faculty, and administrators will read the novel. Refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public.

Health Services Newsletter

Each month Health Services will be posting a newsletter with topics that inform students and support wellness. The October newsletter introduces Health Services to those of you not familiar with our office and offers information about eating well while trying to get through your day on campus. Follow this link to our webpage and click on Health Services News in the left panel to access our newsletters.

https://www.ramapo.edu/health/

Our office also has printed materials on a variety of health-related topics available to everyone on campus.

If you have any questions about health issues or the current topics in our newsletter, call our office at (201) 684-7536 and Health Services staff will be happy to help you.

HIV/AIDS Awareness Week: Call for Proposals

If you or your organization would like to host an event HIV/AIDS Awareness Week (November 26th to November 30th), please fill out the program proposal form on Women’s Center Orgsync: https://orgsync.com/5737/forms/340297. The deadline is November 12th, 2018, but it is recommended to submit a program as soon as possible. Email rcuddeba@ramapo.edu for more information.