Tompkins Cortland Community College

Student Life

ID Summit: Power and Privilege

The Office of Diversity Education and Support Services (ODESS) invites students and faculty from around the state to attend the 3rd Annual ID Summit, a conference focusing on critical dialogue about the intersection of identity and the social systems that impact our daily lives and career choices.

This conference provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to share their research, network, and enhance their facilitation skills in an effort to promote positive change for oneself and the social fabric of society.

To register

Fill out the registration by March 7, 2017. Breakfast and lunch are included in the registration fee. Tompkins Cortland staff and students please submit payment in full to Tova Sturmer in the Tompkins Cortland Community College One Card office, room 116A.

Non-Tompkins Cortland participants, please make checks or purchase order payable to: “Tompkins Cortland Community College"

Tompkins Cortland Community College
Attention: ODESS, Room 187
170 North Street
P.O. Box 139
Dryden, NY 13053

If you have question or difficulties completing the registration process, please email Tracey Brunner or call 607.844.8222, Ext. 4538.

Cost to attend
Tompkins Cortland Faculty/Staff | $10
Tompkins Cortland Students | $7
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Non-Tompkins Cortland Faculty | $20
Non-Tompkins Cortland Faculty | Presenter | $10
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Non-Tompkins Cortland Student | $15
Non-Tompkins Cortland Student | Presenter | $7

Call for Proposals

Opportunities for presentations will include workshops, panel discussions, and poster presentations. All works should be related to the theme of the conference. Presentations should be 45-50 minutes. We strongly encourage student presentations. Faculty and staff are welcome to present alongside students or independently.

We invite proposals that consider one or more of the following topics:

Ability issues; deaf identity and culture
Career/workplace
Collegiate athletics
International perspectives
Identity development, self-work and self-care
Institutional efforts at transformation
Intergroup dialogue, intergroup facilitation
Lesbian, gay, genderqueer, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally
Race and ethnicity
Reinventing language
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Socioeconomic class
Student leadership, organizing, and coalition building
The Environment, sustainability, environmental justice
Theory to practice
Visual arts and performing arts

Proposals must be submitted by Friday, February 3, 2017. The Office of Diversity Education and Support Services will review all proposals and select those most suitable for the conference.