Rhianna C. Rogers

June 14, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Central Library

part of a series on Wonder


About the speaker

Rhianna C. Rogers is an educator, cultural advocate, world traveler, and cross-cultural thinker. She has won multiple awards for her innovative approach to teaching and learning, including, most recently, the 2018 State University of New York (SUNY) Diversity Equity and Inclusion award for her longitudinal study of Western New York culture and the 2017-2018 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Her experiences teaching and traveling in the US, Middle East, Europe, and Latin America have pushed her to be curious and inclusive of diverse perspectives as well as an advocate for cross-cultural engagement. Overall, Rhianna enjoys meeting new people, traveling to new places, and experiencing all life has to offer.

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Additional details

GET HERE GREEN
This event will be in the Collections Gallery, on the Central Library’s top floor. Read more about getting to the library here.

Photo from Beth Insalaco.

INTERPRETERS AVAILABLE
Reserved seats and a sign interpreter are available, thanks to Deaf Access Services. To hold your spot, email us by the Wednesday before the event.

Photo from Beth Insalaco.

BE A ZERO WASTE HERO
All of our events are completely waste-free, so please Bring Your Own Mug (and cloth napkin, if you’re feeling extra green).

Photo from CreativeMornings/St. Pete.