Red Talks

Four student speakers, all women of color, on stage during the Red Talks Student Edition event

From left to right: Alexis Taylor, Anab Nur, Shayan Chishti, and Samantha Drennon

Red Talks – Student Edition!

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Pigott Auditorium

Join us as we celebrate some of our graduating students who will offer “express” Red Talks – same platform, same place and promises to be illuminating! The students’ talks will be based on a classroom or community based project, reflection on a contemporary issue that they care about connecting it to their Jesuit education or sharing a piece of their unique narrative. Please come out and support our graduating students as they share their unique voices and talents with the campus community!

Searching for Belonging: Navigating Life as an 'American Born Confused Desi'

Shayan Chishti
International Studies with Honors and Spanish

Culturally Responsive and Anti-Racist Education

Anab Nur
Public Affair

Seeking and Identifying Your Narrative

Alexis Taylor
Communication and Media
(double specialization in Journalism and Communication Studies)

The Structure of Diversity: Why the Institutional Structure of the Role of the Chief Diversity Officer Matters

Samantha Drennon
Master of Nonprofit Leadership

 

 

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Fall Red Talk with Professor Brooke Coleman