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Billy Eichner- Voice of Timon on Zoom
included American Horror Story, Difficult People, and his critically acclaimed series Billy on the Street- ...
Trauma-Informed Care Workshops Now Available
What is Trauma-Informed Care? Becoming “trauma-informed” means recognizing that people often have ... many different types of trauma in their lives. People who have been traumatized need support and ...
Effective Meetings for Student Organizations
Attitude Greet members and make them feel welcome. Get people excited about the meeting! Show your ... confidence in members. Respect people's feelings and acknowledge constructive contributions. Head off ... just candy. This helps people relax and breaks the ice. Encourage group discussion and feedback on all ...
boiling oil (olie). If you’d like to do an internationally-themed talk (this includes people from the US ...
Student Leadership Council
a Representative on the Student Organization Leadership Council: Meet new people and make new friends! Collaborate, ...
DEI Faculty and Staff Spotlight: Dr. Melvin Pascall
acceptance of all peoples. Speak out against instances of unfairness. Finally, treat others in a way that ...
It's not too late to join MANRRS!
Do you identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color), multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, First ...
May 2017 Highlights
following people will be joining our department in June (Dr. Snyder) and in August (Dr. Klein and Dr. ... Katie Williamson both received the “People’s Choice” award for their poster presentations. In addition, ...
Student Org Spotlight
firstname.lastname@example.org Benefits of Being a RAC Member: Meet new people and make new friends that have similar interests! ...
Work in the Time of COVID: Balancing Family, Work, and a Pandemic
be part of the first people group of people to send our kids back?” Maul explained. In conversations ... flexibility with work from home in the future, “I think the pandemic has really opened a lot of people’s eyes ... remind me that the pandemic is not over. “In March, so many people were just thinking ‘what is this going ...