Including U: Brown Bag Conversations

 

Including U is a brown bag conversation series focusing on a diverse range of experiences and identities in Higher Education. These sessions are held in the Arikara Room of Memorial Union from Noon to 1 pm on the dates listed below. These discussions are OPEN TO ALL of the NDSU community: Faculty, Students, and Staff!

 

The MISSION of Including U is…

  • To develop community among staff, students, and faculty through dialogue, learning, and mutual visioning;
  • To engage people around campus in consideration of various experiences and identities in Higher Education, particularly those which may be underrepresented;
  • To provide information from experts in a topic as an introduction to certain lived realities in our campus or local community;
  • To shed light on present efforts to work towards inclusion related to the topic presented; and 
  • To spark dialogue about challenges, ideas, concerns, and hopes regarding the development of inclusive practices at NDSU.


Participants are encouraged to bring lunch with them to the discussions. Each brown bag session hosts experts from the local community and NDSU to present on a particular topic and invite dialogue.

Series Calendar 2019-2020


September 10th
First Generation Experiences

October 1st
Autism and Higher Ed

October 22nd
Native Perspectives

November 12th
Trans Realities

December 3rd
Homelessness

January 21st
Being Black in Higher Ed

February 11th
Domestic Violence

March 3rd
Latinx Identities and Campus Life

March 24th
Age Differences

April 21st
Being Desi on Campus

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