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Spring 2021 Events: Mark your Calendar!

The Rhetoric of Presidential Inaugural Addresses, a Comparison of the Inauguration Speeches through History with Dr. Paul Scovell

  • Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021
  • Time: 7:00pm-8:30pm
  • Location: ZOOM
  • Open to all SU and community members
  • Description: Join Dr. Paul Scovell (COMM) for an analysis of some of the important, memorable and infamous inaugural speeches throughout American history. We will examine speeches from George Washington to January 20, 2021 to understand the catch phrases and promises made by newly elected presidents.

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Civic Reflection Dialogue: The Black Family

  • Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2021
  • Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm
  • Location: ZOOM
  • Open to all SU and community members
  • Description: African American History Month is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate, discover, and reflect on the history, culture, and contributions of African Americans. The reflection will focus on the 2021 theme of African American History Month: "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.”

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Let's Do Lunch: Civic Reflection Series

  • Date: February 19th, March 19th, and April 16th
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Open to the SU Community
  • Description: SU Center for Civic Reflection facilitators use a reading, image or video to engage audiences in deep, productive conversation about issues related to voting rights and the impact of voting rights, diversity and inclusion on our work in the world, presenting new skills that further professional development and providing an opportunity to discover tools to deepen connections with colleagues, classmates and students while exploring your community.

    This reflection is co-sponsored by PACE and the Department of Social Work.
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The Art and Science of Running for Office

  • Date: March 1st through March 14th, 2020
  • Location: Remote via Zoom/ Web Access through MyClasses Canvas
  • Free for SU members; At minimal cost to community members
  • Description: Top-to-bottom campaign training workshop for students, community leaders considering a run for public office, and future campaign activists looking to make a substantive contribution to an electoral effort. This training will use 4 online training units and 5 live (Zoom) training units. Program is run by Political Science alumni, George Rakis.

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Civic Reflection Training

  • Date: Saturday, April 10, 2021
  • Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm
  • Location: ZOOM
  • Free for SU members; At minimal cost to community members
  • Description: Learn how to engage in deeper, more productive conversations. The Center for Civic Reflection offers a public training in concepts and strategies of civic reflection. A humanities-based conversation model, civic reflection helps groups and organizations explore compelling issues and pressing themes through constructive dialogue.

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PACE Programs - Civic Reflection · NLA · ShoreCorps · SUVotes2020

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