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  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Rodney Haring, Ph.D., M.S.W. is Director of the Roswell Park Center for Indigenous Cancer Research, research faculty at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Office of Community Outreach and Engagement, Department of Cancer Prevention and Control and adjunct faculty at the Native American Research and Training Center, University of Arizona. He is also a past fellow at the National Congress of American Indians and Mayo Clinic. Dr. Haring (Beaver Clan) is an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation of Indians and resides on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation (NY). He holds a doctoral degree in social work with over 15 years of social work practice and a former delegate on the US Department of Health and Human Services, American Indian and Alaska Native, Health Research Advisory Council. He is also the lead delegate for the historic MoU between Rowell Park and Indian Health Services with the common mission of addressing health burdens in Indigenous communities. In 2017 he was awarded an Impact Award by the National Indian Health Board. His research interests intersect eliminating disparities and encouraging resiliencies within First Nations and Indigenous societies. 

Human Development major, Abigail Boatmun (Cherokee) '23 will be the student co-host for this event. This event is geared toward Cornell University students.

Date & Time

March 25, 2021
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

More information about this event.

Contact Information

Wayva Waterman Lyons, Onoñda’gega’ (Onondaga), Student Support Specialist

  • wl685 [at] cornell.edu

Speaker

Dr. Rodney Haring, Director of the Roswell Park Center for Indigenous Cancer Research

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