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|5:30 pm Sep 24th||Law School Admission Workshop with Drake University Thomas Commons|
Learn how to create an application that will get you noticed. Kara Blanchard, Assistant Dean for Admission and Financial Aid, will help you understand the application process and what you should be aware of.
|6:00 pm Sep 27th||POWER Critical Leadership Workshop: Confronting Your Comfort Zone Thomas Commons|
In the first workshop of the Intercultural Life POWER Critical Leadership program, invited speaker Bryant K. Smith will lead students through an interactive, multimedia experience that seeks to address what it means to be a student activist and to confront areas of comfort and discomfort in one's identity. This session aims to give students the tools to strategically create a value-centered approach to social justice. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
|6:00 pm Oct 25th||POWER Critical Leadership Workshop: Developing a Critical Consciousness Thomas Commons|
The second workshop for Intercultural Life's POWER Critical Leadership program is an interactive experience teaching students how to build and utilize and critical consciousness: a way to use critical thinking to interrogate, interpret, and dialogue about various views of the world, as the oppressed and/or the oppressor. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
|6:00 pm Nov 29th||POWER Critical Leadership Workshop: Power & Privilege Thomas Commons|
The third workshop of Intercultural Life's POWER Critical Leadership program provides students with the tools to identify and effectively address systems and structures of power and privilege. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
|6:00 pm Jan 17th||POWER Critical Leadership Workshop: Leading and Living Beyond Inclusion and Equity Thomas Commons|
The final workshop in Intercultural Life's POWER Critical Leadership Program takes all that students have learned through the first three workshops to help build knowledge and practice of equitable leadership skills that help to empower others. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
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