From the recent tragedies we have witnessed in Orlando, Baton Rouge, and Dallas; to challenges overseas in places like Turkey and France; to the mounting tensions surrounding the November Presidential election, the need for attention to our concept of ‘community’ has never been greater. – President Tuajuanda Jordan
After April’s “A Time to Pause,” many in our community expressed a desire to keep our conversations going in more intimate settings. On Tuesday, August 30, President Jordan invites the campus community to participate in small-group, student-led Community Conversations to address the central question: How do we maintain community and preserve the principles of our democracy in the midst of the many divisive issues that exist for us as a nation and as global citizens? What principles should govern our campus discourse?
Students, faculty, and staff will be assigned to groups of up to 15 and will meet in classrooms and other spaces all over campus. Alumni and commuters, faculty, and staff who are not on campus may join a virtual conversation.
Find Your Group Assignment:
Please report to your group location by 4:10 pm. Conversations will begin promptly at 4:15 pm and end at 5:15 pm.
- First-Year Students (Search by ID Number)
- Returning Students (Search by ID Number)
- Faculty and Staff
Not on campus during the Conversations? Register here to join our Virtual Conversation!