A Conversation in a Time of Change and Uncertainty
Sessions held on Tuesday, March 7th, 10 – 11:00 am (SU104-C) and Wednesday, March 8th, 9 – 10:00 am (SU-104C). These sessions will cover the following information –
Learning to get involved and lead:
- Library faculty will briefly address importance of staying abreast current reliable information.
- Social science faculty will address importance civic education.
- Student club representatives will address taking on leadership roles in the college community.
Communicating your needs/recognizing the needs of others:
- Counseling faculty will address assessing your needs, expressing them in a healthy/productive manner and available support and recognizing the needs of others. Anthropology faculty will provide their disciplinary perspective on communicating and recognizing needs.
- Kind campus campaign and leading with kindness.
Managing stress & anxiety:
- Social sciences faculty will briefly address other challenging US historical episodes.
- Psychology faculty will discuss the health implications of stress and anxiety & relaxation tips.
- Education faculty will speak to the impact negative emotions have on the classroom and academic performance.
The Art of Civil Dialogue
Sessions held on Wednesday, March 8th, 12 – 1:00 pm and 1 – 2:00 pm (SU-104C); Thursday, March 9th, 10 -11:15 am, and 11:30 – 12:45 pm (SU-104E)
Kirt Shineman will hold 4 different Civil Dialogue sessions. During these hands-on sessions, student will learn contextualized dialogue strategies, productive communication methods and effectiveness in persuasive discussion.