Eat Better, Eat Local: Free Earth Day DinnerMonday April 226pmXavier Kitchen
What's all this talk about local? Learn how buying and eating local food is better for you, your community, and the environment. Join Allies of the Earth to learn more and cook and eat delicious food together. RSVPing to firstname.lastname@example.org or joining the Facebook event is necessary to join! https://www.facebook.com/events/511106612280194/?ref=22
Shhhh. I believe in GodApril 227-9pmLeRoux Room SC 160
Do you believe in God? Do you ever feel like you have to keep that a secret? Does the climate on this campus make you uncomfortable to talk about your faith or spiritituality? Well then it's time to talk! A student led panel will share their insights and experiences on belief, faith and spirituality here at SU. Snacks provided.
Presumed Incompetent: A Conversation about Race, Gender, and Class in AcademiaThursday, April 25 4:30 p.m.Sullivan Hall, C-5
Even though colleges and universities champion meritocracy and purport to value diversity, women of color face institutionalized bias, not just in the pursuit of tenure but also in hiring, promotion, relations with students and interactions with colleagues. Carmen González, professor of law, and Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, associate professor of Modern Languages and Women and Gender Studies, will discuss the struggles of women of color in academia as well as the actions that faculty and academic leaders can take to promote a more inclusive campus climate. For more information, contact Rebecca Parker O’Neil in the School of Law at email@example.com. To learn more about the book Presumed Incompetent, which was edited by González and Gutiérrez y Muhs, visit The Commons.
Register for Leadership Blitz 2013!April 27th, 20138:30am-5:00pmOn Campus
Looking to gain leadership skills with your fellow Seattle University students? Register for the Leadership Blitz 2013, which takes place on April 27th, 2013 from 8:30am-5:00pm! The Leadership Blitz is an annual, one-day leadership conference sponsored by Leadership Development. This year’s theme revolves around conflict – the positive and challenging aspects, the idea of controversy with civility from the Social Change Model of Leadership and personal tools for resolving conflict. This event is free and open to all students, whether you have a leadership position on campus or are interested in expanding your own leadership skills! Register today at: www.seattleu.edu/leadership.
Sign up to be a Leadership Blitz 2013 cluster facilitator!April 27th, 20138:30am-5:00pmOn Campus
Leadership Development is seeking cluster facilitators for our annual, one-day leadership conference, the Leadership Blitz which takes place on April 27th, 2013 from 8:30am-5:00pm. Cluster facilitators will guide participants throughout the day and facilitate discussions. This year’s theme revolves around conflict – the positive and challenging aspects, the idea of controversy with civility from the Social Change Model of Leadership and personal tools for resolving conflict. Facilitators will be asked to attend a brief training session which will review specific details of the day. If you are interested in serving as a cluster facilitator for the Leadership Blitz 2013, please contact Miranda Sulley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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