About this event
Bagels Beyond Boundaries provides an informal space for students, staff faculty, and community to engage in discussion over bagels and coffee. Speakers from different sectors will illuminate examples from their own experience or research on ways to bring people together across boundaries to address a particular issue.
A panel of University experts moderated by Katie Eichele (director of the Aurora Center) will discuss the impact of sexual harassment, provide tools to address it, and share strategies for being an ally. A resource fair will follow to provide additional information and materials.
April 23rd, 2019
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Mississippi Room, Coffman Union.
Dear friends and colleagues,
The Departments of African American & African Studies and English at the University of Minnesota have announced the retirement of Professor John S. Wright after 35 years of exemplary faculty service.
Wright earned three degrees from the U: Ph.D. in American Studies and the History of African Peoples (1977); MA in English and American Literature (1971); and BEE in Electrical Engineering (1968).
The Aurora Center and Housing and Residential Life presents the fourth annual discussion series for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This month is a campaign to raise public awareness about sexual violence and educate communities on how to prevent it. This is the third of four discussions that will happen throughout the month of April. Come enjoy some delicious food brought to you by Afro Deli and participate in a discussion about masculinity.
Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Location: Middlebrook Hall, Terrace Room
FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH | 5:00PM - 7:00PM | BRUININKS 114
Join the Asian-American Student Union (ASU) and the Black Student Union (Bsu Umn) for our collaboration event, (POC)ulture: Examining Stereotypes and Attitudes within the Black & Asian Community.
Come learn about the contexts of these stereotypes and how we can support our respective communities through solidarity and activism!
The CDSC is excited to host Akemi Nishida at UMN next week. Akemi is an Assistant Professor in Disability and Human Development at UIC. Dr. Nishida uses research, education, and activism to investigate the ways in which abelism and saneism are exercised in relation to racism, sexism, and other forms of social injustices.
Akemi will present "Rethinking Interdependence: Desiring Messy Dependency" on Friday April 19th from noon-1:30 in Walter Library 101.
International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) and Student Unions & Activities (SUA) is hosting its Seventh Annual "Best Practices Working with International Students: Student Group Training" on Friday, April 26 and Thursday, May 16.
The training will cover best practices welcoming new international students arriving this summer for the Fall semester. Only student group leaders registered for the training and approved are invited to attend.
This is a great opportunity for student groups who: