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Phil Kaye Workshop

Tuesday, Sep 24, 3 pm
Rinker Welcome Center, Lynn Presentation Room

Phil Kaye leads an intimate hands-on workshop that gives students the tools they need to write and perform their own work. This crash course is designed to give students an opportunity to whet their palates and tackle such questions as "What do I write about? How do I write about it well? How do I perform my own work?". This safe and supportive environment is a place for experimentation and tailored to the participants’ needs—whether beginners, experts, or somewhere in between. 

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Alyssa S. King

So excited! His book is brilliant

Histories of Art and Activism: A Bus Tour of DeLand’s Past

Tuesday, Sep 24, 8 am
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

In this two-hour long event, Drs. Emily Mieras and Andy Eisen, Stetson history department faculty, will lead a guided bus tour of DeLand.  Focusing on art, activism, and African American history, Mieras and Eisen will explore the institutions that shape the town’s public history, recount stories left untold by DeLand’s commemorative plaques, courthouse paintings, and murals, as well as explore ongoing efforts to tell more complete histories of the town’s past.  Participants will visit the...

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Delanie Jones

It says RSVP limit was reached. I was wondering if there was any way I could still join the tour.

Stetson R.E.A.D. - Date & Time by author Phil Kaye

Tuesday, Sep 24, 12:30 pm
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

Our Stetson R.E.A.D. (Read Engage And Discuss; Reflect, Engage & Affirm Diversity) event will include lunch and dialogue where participants can join in community and reflect on Date and Time. There will be a period of time where participants will be able to ask questions of the author, Phil Kaye.  

Cultural Credit Approved 

RSVP required to participate in this program; lunch will be provided to those who register.

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Fall 2019 Global Citizenship Fair - Partner Registration

The Global Citizenship Fair is an event sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement, WORLD: International Learning, and the Office of Career and Professional Development. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about study abroad programs, internships with non-profit agencies, and volunteer opportunities with local community partners.

The Fall Global Citizenship Fair takes place on Tuesday, September 24 from 12-2pm in front of the Carlton Union...

Spring 2019 Global Citizenship Fair - Partner Registration

The Global Citizenship Fair is an event sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement, WORLD: International Learning, and the Office of Career and Professional Development. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about study abroad programs, internships with non-profit agencies, and volunteer opportunities with local community partners.

The Spring Global Citizenship Fair takes place on Thursday, January 17, from 1-3pm. We will be providing:

A...

Spring Hill Community Garden Project

Tuesday, Sep 25, 8 am
Center for Community Engagement

Come out and help us with the community garden in Spring Hill! Following a 2016 study by Stetson students that found that access to fresh and nutritious food is the greatest concern for residents of the Spring Hill community in Deland, the Stetson Center for Community Engagement has partnered with the City of DeLand, the USDA, the University of Florida’s Agricultural Extension Agency, Volusia County Master Gardeners, the Greater Union Life Center, and the Florida Department of Health to...

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Limited spaces available

Fall Global Citizenship Fair

Tuesday, Sep 25, 12 pm
Stetson Green

The Global Citizenship Fair will be taking place in front of the Carlton Union Building, which is a great opportunity to network and connect with many of Stetson University's local and global community partners. The Global Citizenship Fair will feature opportunities for internships, volunteer service, and study abroad. Groups in attendance include the following:

Non-Profit Organizations: West Volusia Habitat for Humanity,, Volusia Sandhill Ecosystem, The House Next Door, YMCA Camp...

This event does not require an RSVP.

The Past is Present: Race, History, and Community in DeLand

Tuesday, Sep 25, 8 am
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

Led by two Stetson History Department faculty, Drs. Andy Eisen and Emily Mieras, this two hour event introduces participants to the many untold and hidden histories of DeLand. Following a light breakfast and brief remarks, we will hop on a bus and visit a number of the town's historic locations, including a sandwich shop where African American high school students protested segregated lunch counters, a courtroom where victims of white racial violence struggled to find justice, and the...

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Stetson R.E.A.D. - Exploring Human Connection and Bliss

Tuesday, Sep 25, 12:30 pm
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

Our Stetson R.E.A.D. (Reflect, Engage and Affirm Diversity; Read Eat And Discuss) event, sponsored by the DuPont Ball Library, will include lunch and reflective conversation around this year’s common read: The Geography of Bliss. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in contemplative dialogue with Stetson R.E.A.D. founder and facilitator, Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown, Associate Professor and Jessie Ball duPont Chair of Social Justice Education, and co-facilitator, Lindsey Graves,...

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Values Dialogue: A World Café

Tuesday, Sep 25, 9 am
Carlton Union Building Stetson Room

What does it mean to be a diverse campus of inclusive excellence? How does Stetson affirm this value in words and deeds? Join the Inclusive Implementation Strategy Group for small group conversations to discuss these questions and more in a World Cafe style dialogue about what it means to be a Hatter.

(light breakfast provided, attendees must RSVP)

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2018 Values Day Stetson READ - "Geography of Bliss"

Greetings from the Values Day Planning Committee!

Values Day will be taking place Tuesday, September 25, 2018. The Values Day Committee and the DuPont Ball Library is organizing a campus wide READ (Read, Engage, And Discuss). We have the unique opportunity to provide copies of Eric Weiner's book, Geography of Bliss to the Stetson Community. Eric Weiner will be the keynote speaker on Values Day.

In addition to a campus wide...

Fall 2018 Global Citizenship Fair - Partner Registration

The Global Citizenship Fair is an event sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement, WORLD: International Learning, and the Office of Career and Professional Development. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about study abroad programs, internships with non-profit agencies, and volunteer opportunities with local community partners.

The Fall Global Citizenship Fair takes place on Tuesday, September 25 from 12-2pm, as part of Stetson's annual Values Day...

Values Day Planning Workshop RSVP | February 23rd | 10am-12pm | Allen Hall

Mark your calendars!  Values Day is on September 25th, 2018. Every year Stetson takes a day from classes and other duties to celebrate and examine the values that form our foundation as an academic learning community. This year, we are taking a new, inclusive approach to planning the day. 

The Values Day planning team invites you to join us for a Values Day Planning Workshop on Friday, February 23rd from 10am-12pm in Allen Hall. This workshop will be highly...

Fall Global Citizenship Fair

Tuesday, Sep 26, 12 pm
Stetson Green

The Global Citizenship Fair will be taking place on the Stetson's Green, which is a great opportunity to network and connect with many of Stetson University's local and global community partners. The Global Citizenship Fair will feature opportunities for internships, volunteer service, and study abroad.

Non-Profit Organizations: Special Olympics Florida, Urban Teachers, Welcoming Hearts Inc., Grace House Pregnancy Resource Center, My Angel with Paws, The House Next Door, Best...

This event does not require an RSVP.

Fall Global Citizenship Fair

Tuesday, Sep 26, 12 pm
Stetson Green

The Global Citizenship Fair will be taking place on the Stetson's Green, which is a great opportunity to network and connect with many of Stetson University's local and global community partners. The Global Citizenship Fair will feature opportunities for internships, volunteer service, and study abroad.

Non-Profit Organizations: Special Olympics Florida, Urban Teachers, Welcoming Hearts Inc., Grace House Pregnancy Resource Center, My Angel with Paws, The House Next Door, Best...

This event does not require an RSVP.

Acirema

Tuesday, Sep 26, 5 pm
Lynn Business Center, Rinker Auditorium 108

Acirema is a simulation exercise, facilitated by the WORLD Rinker Center for International Learning, designed to sensitize participants to the multiple obstacles that international students encounter in their quest for a U.S. education. Follow the path from initial contact with a U.S. educational institution to getting the best exchange rate on your money, to visiting the embassy, to buying your plane ticket and planning for your arrival on campus.  Gain a better understanding of the...

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Spring Hill Community Garden Build

Tuesday, Sep 26, 8 am
Center for Community Engagement

Come out and help us build a community garden in Spring Hill! Following a 2016 study by Stetson students that found that access to fresh and nutritious food is the greatest concern for residents of the Spring Hill community in Deland, the Stetson Center for Community Engagement has partnered with the City of DeLand, the USDA, the University of Florida’s Agricultural Extension Agency, Volusia County Master Gardeners, the Greater Union Life Center, and the Florida Department of Health to...

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Limited spaces available

The Past is Present: Race, History, and Community in DeLand

Tuesday, Sep 26, 8 am
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

Led by three Stetson History Department faculty, Drs. Andy Eisen, Mayhill Fowler, and Emily Mieras, this two hour event introduces participants to the many untold and hidden histories of DeLand. Following a light breakfast and brief remarks, we will hop on a bus and visit a number of the town's historic locations, including a sandwich shop where African American high school students protested segregated lunch counters, a courtroom where victims of white racial violence struggled to find...

Will you be attending?
Limited spaces available

Stetson READ - "Allah, Liberty, and Love"

Tuesday, Sep 26, 12:30 pm
Rinker Welcome Center: Lynn Presentation Room

Our Stetson R.E.A.D. (Read Engage And Discuss; Reflect Engage & Affirm Diversity) event will include lunch and community dialogue on the book Allah, Liberty, and Love: The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom. Participants will have the opportunity to briefly converse with the author, Dr. Irshad Manji, and engage in contemplative dialogue. R.E.A.D. founder and facilitator, Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown, Associate Professor and Jessie Ball duPont Chair of Social Justice Education, and...

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