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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: Preparing for Home – Continuing a Culture of Care

Tuesday, Nov 29, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

As the semester winds down, this session creates space to continue a culture of care as you go home for winter break and engage in discussion with family and friends. This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of...

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: This is Who I Am: Gender Expression

Tuesday, Nov 15, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

This session explores gender expression, discusses gender terminology, and seeks to develop understanding and respect related to gender issues. This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal...

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: Election 2016 Poetry Jam

Tuesday, Nov 1, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

As the 2016 election approaches, this session creates space for creative expression and conversation.  This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Development.

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: Orlando – 4 Months Later

Tuesday, Oct 18, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

Join us to reflect on the June 2016 tragedy at Orlando Pulse and how we can respond as allies.  This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Personal and Social Responsibility.

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: #BlackLivesMatter Explored

Tuesday, Sep 27, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

Join us to explore Black Lives Matter, what it means, and why it is important.  This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Cultural Competency.

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: What is Privilege?

Tuesday, Sep 13, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

Join us to discuss privilege, what it means, and how it influences daily life.  This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Cultural Competency.

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Salukis SPEAK Discussion Series: Creating a Culture of Care

Tuesday, Aug 30, 5:30 pm
Student Services Building, rooms 150-170

Salukis SPEAK (Solutions for Peace and Equality through Advocacy and Knowledge) is a discussion series covering a variety of topics to capture the attention and encourage feedback of students, staff, and faculty across the campus. 

Join us to help define what a culture of care on campus means and to discuss ways to develop a strong campus culture of care.  This session contributes to the SIU Advantage learning outcome of Personal and Social Responsibility.

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A hazing incident may be reported to the Dean of Students office by anyone: a person who was directly affected by the activity, a person who was involved in the incident; faculty, staff, parents, friends, or community members; or anyone who is generally concerned about a student or group.  If you have witnessed or have knowledge of a possible hazing incident, report the incident immediately to Dean of Students and/or the police.

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