• Using Discussion Effectively: Approaching Difficult Discussion Topics
    October 06 12:20pm
    Using Discussion Effectively: Approaching Difficult Discussion Topics Discussion can be an effective tool for reaching deeper levels of learning. But sometimes discussions lead us to hot-button topics or disagreements among students. Rather than shying away from difficult topics, faculty should work to foster inclusive classrooms where diffi more »
  • NSLS Speaker Broadcast: Weatherman Al Roker
    October 06 7:00pm
    Al Roker is a television personality, a weatherman for NBC's Today show, and a nine-time Emmy winner. Join other NSLS members as we view a live broadcast of Al Roker addressing student leaders. Hosted By: National Society of Leadership and Success Additional Information can be found at: https://ius.collegiatelink.net/organization/nsls/calend more »
  • Brown Bag Lunch: My Legacy - What is My Impact on My Community?
    October 07 12:20pm
    Do you know what your impact on your community will be today, tomorrow, and in the future? What are you choosing to do? Please bring your lunch and join us as we discuss how every decision and action you make will impact your community, and be part of your legacy. Desserts will be provided. Hosted By: Common Experience Additional Information can more »
  • Refugee Adjustment to Life in American Communities, presented by the Kentucky Refugee Ministries
    October 07 6:00pm
    The Kentucky Refugee Ministries assists refugees who have been legally admitted to the United States as victims of warfare or other forms of persecution because of their religious or political beliefs. Join us for an informative evening as the members of Kentucky Refugee Ministries discuss their work in helping refugees overcome problems and adj more »
  • German Club Meeting
    October 08 12:00pm
    Meeting will be held in the Language Lab on the third floor in Knobview. more »
  • Walk a Mile in My Shoes: A Refugee Camp Simulation
    October 09 11:00am
    This unique and dynamic learning experience providing a powerful glimpse into what many refugees endure when fleeing from their homes and living in a refugee camp. Participants are given divided into small family groups and given a new cultural identity, representing one of the region's six main resettled refugee populations. These small gro more »
October 2015