Why Representation Matters: Panel Discussion (featuring Actress Kara Wang)
Open to the Public.
Wednesday, November 10
6pm, Student Activities Center Auditorium
- Dr. Edward Sun is a gastroenterologist at Stony Brook Hospital who also researches ways to improve patient access to as well as quality of care.
- Dr. Amy Lu is a scientist who studies the relationship between hormones and behavior in non-human primates.
- Rev. Steven Kim is the pastor at Setauket Methodist.
- Kara Wang is a bilingual Chinese American actress who has returned to Los Angeles after 5 years of working in Asia. She can currently be seen recurring on Freeform’s Good Trouble and Amazon’s Goliath. She will next be seen on the big screen in the highly anticipated sequel Top Gun: Maverick.
Opening Remarks by Dr. Judi Brown Clarke, Vice President for Equity & Inclusion
Moderated by Dr. Janet Clarke, Associate Dean of Research & User Engagement at University Libraries
A Pre-Event Reception with hors d’oeuvres will take place from 5-6pm in the Student Activities Center Sculpture Garden (Rain location: Student Activities Center, Room 169).
COVID GUIDELINES: Stony Brook University and the One Book, One Community program prioritizes the safety of its community, and is enforcing strict COVID-19 protocols. Visitors must show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event (children ages 12 and under are exempt when accompanied by a parent or guardian who meets the requirements). All must wear a mask indoors. Event attendees are advised not to attend if they feel ill, have COVID-19 symptoms or have been recently exposed to someone with the disease.