Upcoming Events

January
12

Diversity Town Hall - “The Medical Field Has Failed These Children”: The History and Future of Intersex Genital Surgeries

4:00pm
The recurring monthly meetings are scheduled for every second Wednesday of the month from 4:00pm-5:00pm  The zoom virtual meeting can be accessed here

January
19

Postponed: ODI Holiday Party

5:30pm

February
09

Diversity Town Hall - Healthcare Disparity: The Tale of Two Diseases

4:00pm
The recurring monthly meetings are scheduled for every second Wednesday of the month from 4:00pm-5:00pm  The zoom virtual meeting can be accessed here

February
11

Lunar New Year

4:00pm

March
09

Diversity Town Hall- Climate Change, Health and Equity

4:00pm
The recurring monthly meetings are scheduled for every second Wednesday of the month from 4:00pm-5:00pm  The zoom virtual meeting can be accessed here

March
22

Reflections on Racial/Ethnic Disparities and COVID-19 Population Health Sciences - Mary Bassett, MD, MPH, NY State Health Commissioner

4:00pm
4:00PM-5:00PM         Reflections on Racial/Ethnic Disparities and COVID-19Population Health Sciences | ZoomMary Bassett, MD, MPHNY State Health Commissioner

April
20 to 23

4th WCM Diversity Week Prelude Events

6:00am to 10:00am

April
21 to 23

2022 LGBT Health Workforce Conference

12:00am to 11:00pm
10th Annual National Conference in NYC!APRIL 21-23, 2022Click Here to REGISTER Session Titles:National perspectives on leadership in U.S. Graduate Health SchoolsMaking a decision about an academic faculty track How to switch an academic faculty trackSucceeding along clinical track from assistant to full professorSucceeding along research track from assistant to full professorSucceeding along educator track from assistant to full professorBecoming a Dean: Dean of Graduate Medical Education, Undergraduate Medical Education, Admissions, DEI, Faculty Affairs, Student AffairsBecoming a Department ChairOptimizing CV and portfolio for promotion purposesServing as a reviewer, associate editor, or journal editor-in-chiefHospital leadership: roles and perspectives**10th Anniversary Registration (Includes all In-Person conference activities and Friday Awards Dinner. On-site proof of COVID19 vaccination required)**In-Person Registration (Includes all In-Person conference activities. On-site proof of COVID19 vaccination required)** Virtual Registration (Includes daytime conference activities. Participation via Zoom application)

April
25 to 29

WCM 4th Annual Diversity Week April 25th - April 29th 2022

11:00am to 11:00pm
WCM 4th Annual Diversity Week April 25th - April 29th 2021

May
06

Fourth Annual Latinx Networking Mixer

6:00pm to 8:30pm
Weill Cornell Medicine's Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) would like to invite you to our fourth annual networking mixer! The goal of this event is to create a space for connection between those in all levels of training, to facilitate conversations about being Latinx in the medical field and to foster future mentor/mentee relationships. We will be serving food for the first 100 guests and having music and dance!

May
11

Diversity Town Hall-Unpacking the Asian American Experience

4:00pm
The recurring monthly meetings are scheduled for every second Wednesday of the month from 4:00pm-5:00pm  The zoom virtual meeting can be accessed here

June
08

Diversity Town Hall

4:00pm
The recurring monthly meetings are scheduled for every second Wednesday of the month from 4:00pm-5:00pm  The zoom virtual meeting can be accessed here

June
25

TRI-I SPARC RETREAT

8:30am

September
20

Women Physicians of NYP Symposium

7:00am

September
29

The Climb: Latinx Leaders Reflect on Career Advancement & Identity

12:00pm
Panelists:o David Jaramillo Gil (he/they), Ph.D., Program Specialist in Diversity, Equity and Academic Affairs, Radiologyo Diana Delgado (she/her), M.L.S. Associate Director, Information, Education, and Clinical Serviceso Eduardo Betancourt (he/him), M.P.A., Chief Admin Officer, Genetic MedicineModerator: Anthony Sis (they/them), M. Ed., Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategist, Educator, Consultant, and former cohost of the Inclusive Excellence Podcast at Cornell University.In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Office of Staff Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement invites you to a panel discussion to:· Explore the current gap in Latinx representation in leadership roles in Corporate America· Demystify the monolithic misperception of the Latinx population· Reflect on the unique roadblocks and opportunities the Hispanic community faces.Panelists will share their insights on the diverse intersectional Latinx diaspora, how they have navigated workplace biases and challenges, how their heritages impact how they show up at work, and what workplaces can do to value and support Latinx employees. RSVP: https://weillcornell.zoom.us/j/99082228304About National Hispanic Heritage MonthNational Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually from September 15 to October 15. It promotes the history, culture, and achievements of Americans whose ancestry comes from Mexico, Spain, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. This month period covers the anniversary of the independence of Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Chile. Columbus Day (known in Latin America as Día de la Raza), which is October 12, also falls within these 30 days.

October
03

Inaugural NYP Dalio Center for Health Justice Conference: Race, Racism, and Health

8:15am
Steven J. Corwin, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
NewYork-PresbyterianandJulia Iyasere, MD, MBA
Executive Director
NYP Dalio Center for Health Justicecordially invite you to theInaugural NYP Dalio Center for Health Justice Conference: 
Race, Racism, and HealthMonday, October 3, 2022

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway 
Brooklyn, New York  In-Person Registration
8:00 a.m.In-Person and Virtual Program
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. In-person cocktail reception and access to museum exhibits following programThis full-day conference will be hosted by leading experts in the fields of racial equity and health justice.

This event will be livestreamed for participants who are unable to attend in person. Virtual attendees will receive an email with a link to access the conference.Register Here https://specialevents.nyp.org/event/c611d82b-b89b-49b2-82c0-42b5b17381af...

October
12

"Eating Our Way to Extinction" | Racial and Social Justice Book Club Discussion

5:00pm
Description:In this documentary, we explore pressing environmental and health issues as well as science-based solutions through the insight of globally renowned figures, leading scientists, and testimonials from around the world.

Discussants: Elizabeth Hecht, M.D. (WCM Radiology), Natasha Wehrli, M.D. (WCM Radiology), and Sarah Naiman, Ph.D. (Opinion Dynamics)Register Here https://weillcornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYldumrqj8vHNN4o6_F77mMNc...

October
13

WCM LGBTQ+ Mentorship and Networking Series

5:00pm
Sponsored by: WCM LGBTQ+ Steering Committee and Diversity Center of ExcellenceThursday, October 13, 2022, 5-7pmLocation: Belfer Research Building, 413 E. 69th Street BB 302-A, BB 302-B, BB 302-C    The goal of this network is to foster mentoring relationships across all career stages and departments – medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty. The WCM LGBTQ+ Mentorship and Networking Series will cover various aspects of professional and personal development. RSVP Here: https://forms.gle/FAbqnUTjGU7iuqWC9 

December
08

Breaking Bread - Persons with Disabilities Belong Too!

5:30pm
This event is only open to Weill Cornell Medicine faculty and staff with a disability. 

Office of Diversity and Inclusion 1300 York Avenue New York, NY 10065