Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Public Thinking Events


2018
• April 18: Managing Conflict
• March 28: Lucky breaks and misfortune in education
• March 14: Study Abroad and URCA
• February 28: Considering high impact opportunities
• February 22: Beyond the March event
• February 14: Black Panther
• February 13: Slavery references in rap: an exhibit

2017
• November 29: "I love myself when": Black women, self-portraits, and selfies
• November 15: Journey to SIUE
• October 4: Group Work 

2016
• November 30: Untitled: A Gathering of Black Women Artists
• November 16: Public Thinking 
• November 2: Public Thinking 
• October 5: Natural Hair exhibit 
• September 21: "On the matter of Diversity, Pt. 1
• April 20: Lucky breaks in education
• March 16: Perception of defects
• February 17: The Natural Hair Movement: An Exhibit --  Scenes from the Natural Hair Movement exhibit
• February 3: The Great Migration

2015
• December 8: Scholarly Culture
• November 18: Bodies Matter 2015 event
• November 3: Collaborative  Intelligence
• October 6: Event: a focus on student demographics
• September 23: Smarter Than You Think
• September 9: Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House
• April 7: Caption This Activity: Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House
• March 3: Smarter Than You Think Exhibit
• February 22: Survey on technology

2014
• November 18: A Gathering of Black Women Artists
• November 4: Creativity & Diversity
• October 28: East St. Louis
• October 14: Bodies Matter Exhibit
• September 30: Maya Angelou Exhibit
• September 17: East St. Louis 
• September 2: Activity
• January 14: Seeing yourself in popular culture and dream gigs

2013
• November 19: activity
• November 5: activity
• October 8: activity
• October 1: activity
• September 17: activity

2012
• December 4: activity
• November 27: activity
• November 6: activity
• October 23: activity
• October 2: activity
• September 18: activity
• March 21: activity
• March 14: activity
• February 15: activity
• February 1: activity

2011
• December 7: Mind-work
• December 6: Educational environments, diversity, and shifting demographics
• November 9: activity
• October 11: activity
• September 13: activity

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