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Student Programming Series for Student Organizations

When facilitating remote programming, the Office of Student Activities wants participants to be aware of online safety considerations.  When participating in an online meeting or event, people may join intending to disrupt planned activities.  Organizers have several actions at their disposal to respond to such incidents.  Examples include, shifting to recording the session, saving participant lists and chat conversations, or ending the session immediately depending on the severity of the incident.  Should anything like this happen, the organizer will follow up with the participants with further information.  

 We are providing a developmental programming series to help your organizations and student leaders keep your organizations strong and successful during the year. These programs will provide you the opportunity to learn some tangible skills to bring to your organization, time to interact with fellow student leaders, and maybe find new ways to collaborate with other student organizations to maximize your resources. There is no registration required and anyone is welcome to join.  

We hope to see you at the following programs!  


Inclusive Event Planning 

February 17; 1:15 p.m. EST 

OrgCentral event link for Inclusive Event Planning 


Collaboration Around a Common Purpose 

March 17; 11:00 a.m. EST 

OrgCentral event link for Collaboration Around a Common Purpose 


Envisioning to Maximize Your Organization’s Potential 

April 15; 1:00 p.m. EST 

OrgCentral event link for Envisioning to Maximize Your Organization’s Potential