Join us for Graduate Visit Day: Health, Science & Society to learn more about Sarah Lawrence College's MS program in Human Genetics, MS program in Dance/Movement Therapy, and MA program in Women's History.Documentary films by emerging and well-known filmmakers are screened, followed by small group discussion and Q&A with the filmmaker, Sarah Lawrence faculty, and other guests. The Art of Teaching Graduate Program's Educational Film Series aims to show current films that broaden our understanding of schools, highlight current issues in education, and spark discussion and dialogue.Justine Kupferberg, of NYC-based biotechnology company Kallyope, and her team use single-cell sequencing, computational biology, circuit tracing, and neural imaging to deepen their understanding of the gut-brain axis in health and disease and develop transformative therapies for diseases with high unmet need. The global factories that stitch clothing for big brands are classic sweatshops: they pay rock-bottom wages and workers labor long hours under dangerous conditions.But they can often be dismissed and overlooked, when, actually, we can glean more than you might expect from giving them a second look.Join Samuel Stein ’05 for a discussion about the state and future of our cities at a time of global concentration of capital into urban real estate.Sungrai Sohn will perform favorite violin works and also screen "To Have and To Give," a film by David Esposito, his brother-in-law and his living-donor, which documents their journey through the organ-transplant experience in 2001. Danforth Distinguished Professor of Law & Religion and Professor of Political Science, Washington University Law.Good horror writing gets your heart beating and your mind racing. Six women in a domestic violence support group navigate the effects of abuse and what it means for their futures.The weekend includes craft talks, panels, book signings, receptions, open mics, and more. In the contemporary moment, transgender life is widely associated with structural oppression, rejection, and violence.Despite this, the work of trans artists and writers is often joyful and liberatory, more invested in pleasure than loss.Though varied in their backgrounds, their experiences bind them together as a community and a family.The Educational Film Series aims to show current films that broaden our understandings of schools, highlight current issues in education, and spark discussion and dialogue. They wear gorilla masks in public and use facts, humor, and outrageous visuals to expose gender and ethnic bias as well as corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture.