Feeling stuck, unhappy, procrastinating, or withdrawing from others? You will be guided in identifying patterns of “stuck” behavior and thinking in the areas of self-confidence, self-reliance, independence and self-esteem.
The Advocacy Clinic is designed to further the mission of the ASI Lobby Corps and empower concerned students with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience needed to advocate for student interests at the local, state and national level. Join us in learning how to engage with and influence university administrators and government officials. Discuss change on campus and how to participate in the decision-making process.
Calling all student leaders who want to grow! Bring your pocketbook and questions for experts of salary negotiation, skills highlighting and living expenses.
Join attorneys, scholars, and community activists as we discuss the politics of race, gender, and power along the U.S.-Mexico border and ways of addressing how this humanitarian crisis is also impacting Black and Indigenous communities. This event is presented by the American Communities Program in the College of Arts and Letters.
Though often presented as a field separate from societal bias, research has historically taken advantage of different indigenous communities. Join the the Chicana(o) Latina(o) Student Resource Center in analyzing the ways that the exploitation of indigenous peoples continues to affect these communities.
Want more vitality, contentment, and connectedness and less despair? Yes, please! Participants will be guided in the development of their own self-care plan.