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03:30 PM to 04:30 PM
B1200 Engbretson Hall
Workshop will cover intercultural competencies gained from studying abroad as well as career benefits.
03:30 PM to 06:30 PM
E1571 E Lounge
E1580 Art Gallery
GSU First Annual Symposium on the Public Health Brigade to Nicaragua. Students, staff and faculty will be presenting on their experience in Nicaragua, helping communities prevent common illnesses by creating in-home infrastructures. The learning went far beyond the classroom and we are happy to share it with the GSU Community.
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
12:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Hall of Governors
This exhibition displays inventions by African Americans as well as highlight how African American have used their ingenuity to create career paths and opportunities for themselves through their invention in the fields of science, technology, business, and other arenas. For more information contact Dartina Dunlap at firstname.lastname@example.org.
12:00 PM to 01:15 PM
Weight Watchers Weigh-In and Meeting where we learn how to live beyond the scale!
12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Do you want to learn how to engage religious diversity in and out of the classroom with students, faculty and staff? Not sure how? Intercultural Student Affairs will host a four-part webinar series presented by the Interfaith Youth Core offers practical tips and examples of excellent interfaith work on college campuses nationwide.
Part 1: Foundational Knowledge and Literacy. February 23, 2016
This webinar covers basic religious literacy, as well as theoretical foundations for interfaith cooperation and a brief history of interfaith cooperation in the USA.
Part 2: Building Interfaith Relationships. March 29, 2016
We'll explore approaches to relationship building across lines of religious difference, leaning heavily on the direct service and community organizing strategies of past and present-day interfaith leaders.
Part 3: Designing Interfaith Programs. April 19, 2016
This webinar focuses on different approaches to creating interfaith encounters between students. We'll look at different formats for interfaith programming and examine strengths and limitations of each type.
Part 4: Responding to Conflict on Campus. May 17, 2016
The final webinar of the series takes a look at how campus professionals have responded to instances of conflict, crisis, and tragedy on campus in relation to religious diversity.
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