The media often does the top stories of the year. As a university community our year is a bit different given we have semesters. What are the top stories for Bear Nation and what had the most impact on you? What would you do differently? What changed you? What did you learn? Come join the conversation today at 1:30 in PSU 314. … [Read more...] about Tough Talks: What a year!
Understanding the challenges of relationships and dating in college can be hard. Come spend four weeks with a team of professionals to learn the basic ins-and-outs of safe relationships and how to prevent harmful behavior. All sessions held virtually through Zoom. This is a free series with limited registration available. Session 1: April 5, 12:00-1:30 PM Alisa … [Read more...] about EVENT: Bear Aware – Your body is your own
There is a lot going on, and the world is changing right before us. It is stressful and frightening. Join us in this upcoming Tough Talks session to share and discuss your thoughts. Wednesday, March 30, 2022 1:00-2:00 p.m. PSU 312 … [Read more...] about EVENT: Tough Talks for tough times
2022: The state of education for Black youth and possibilities of the future This Black History event will be centered on discussing the psychosocial and educational impacts of the underrepresentation of Black teachers and principals and what that means for present and future students. The presentation will also include a discussion of SPS and the College of Education's … [Read more...] about EVENT: The underrepresentation of Black teachers and principals
Join the Missouri Job Center and Community Partnership of the Ozarks for their workplace diversity lunch and learn series - Diversity and your bottom line Who's Your Neighbor? Unpacking census data for Springfield and the surrounding area February 22 | 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Missouri Job Center Lunch is provided but you must RSVP to Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call … [Read more...] about Diversity Lunch & Learn Series with the Missouri Job Center and Community Partnership of the Ozarks