Diversity Events

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Monday, January 25, 2021

Starting at noon on Monday, January 25, students will be able to access videos uploaded onto Flipgrid. The videos will be up all week. We encourage students to check out organizations’ pages on Crimson Connect to see upcoming events that groups are hosting. Additionally, MCSLE staff and student leaders will be available Monday, January 25, through Friday, January 29, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. via Zoom to help discuss any questions students may have about getting involved. Keep your eyes on your email for additional information and links.

Here's a fun craft that can help you reduce your stress. Join Nash as she shows you how to make a rock photo holder. Kits to make this craft will be available on a first-come, first-served basis by emailing atod-oasis@iup.edu

Zoom

    Rock Photo Holder
  • Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android.
  • Or join by phone:
  • +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 301 715 8592 (US Toll)
  • Meeting ID: 916 218 4098

International numbers available

Or join from a H.323/SIP room system:

  • Dial: 162.255.37.11 (US West) or 162.255.36.11 (US East)
  • Meeting ID: 916 218 4098 

If you miss this session, check the YouTube channel for the Center for Health and Well-Being.

Opportunity for interested students to learn more about sorority spring recruitment.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Join LGBTQIA Support for the Queer Conversations Series every Tuesday from 5:00–7:00 p.m. The Zoom meeting code for all sessions is 913 2363 1243.

Topics for the Spring 2021 Semester are as follows:

January

  • Queer Conversations:  19 LGBTQIA Among Us (welcome back)
  • Queer Conversations:  26 Winter Blues/Disability Awareness (mental, physical, spiritual identity and impact beyond seasonal affective disorder)

February

  • Queer Conversations:  2 Black/Brown Identity and Queer Identity
  • Queer Conversations: 9 Self-Love, Self-Acceptance
  • Queer Conversations: 16 Relationships (Healthy relationships and the pandemic)
  • Queer Conversations: 23 Fun Home (musical, memoir, mystery)

March

  • Queer Conversations: 2 Feminism and Queer (Women/Womyn and what does feminism mean in a queer context)
  • Queer Conversations: 9 The Lavender Scare (a documentary about U. S. government oppression over decades to identify and fire gays and lesbians)
  • Queer Conversations: 16 Green Dot Training (Join us for how you can positively impact campus)
  • Queer Conversations: 23 Body and Gender Dysmorphia (conversation around how we perceive ourselves)
  • Queer Conversations: 30 History and the Harvey Milk Movement (first openly gay elected politician—involvement in politics and strategies for change)

April

  • Queer Conversations: 6 Gaymes (board games, card games, other interactive games
  • Queer Conversations: 13 Take Back The Night (history and support for Haven Programming)
  • Queer Conversations: 20 Queer Arts Showcase (share your talent and display pieces, performances, and interact with artists)
  • Queer Conversations: 27 Celebration (end of semester)

Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery that occurs in every state, including Pennsylvania.  

Join the Haven Project and Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc for a virtual training to learn what Human Trafficking is, who is vulnerable, how traffickers coerce their victims to gain control, how you can stay safe, and how you can identify someone who may need help.

https://iupvideo.zoom.us/j/99455840819

We can provide proof of attendance, so you can receive credit for the presentation (prior approval is needed from your professor or other groups before credit can be given).Human Trafficking Barcode

For more information, email haven-project@iup.edu

Follow us:

  • Facebook:  IUP Haven Project
  • Instagram: @IUPHaven
  • Twitter:  @IUPHaven


Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Join us for a night of trivia.

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Educate yourself on Healthy Relationships.

1 in 3 young people will be in an unsafe or unhealthy relationship. - dosomething.org

The line between an affectionate relationship and a controlling, dangerous one can be blurry. By spotting and acting on the signs of abusive partners, you can promote healthy relationship behavior to keep you and your friends safe.

Join the Haven Project to learn the signs of a healthy relationship, the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship, and where to find help if you or a friend need it (either on or off campus).  Upon completion, you will be eligible to volunteer for the Haven Project to help spread awareness on campus so everyone knows how to identify the red flags of an unhealthy relationship.

Link: https://iupvideo.zoom.us/j/99455840819 

We can provide proof of attendance, so you can receive credit for the presentation (prior approval is needed from your professor or other groups before credit can be given).

For more information, email haven-project@iup.eduhealthy relationships heart

Follow us on social media:

  • Facebook: IUP Haven Project
  • Instagram:  @IUPHaven
  • Twitter:  @IUPHaven

 


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JK the Barber refuses to be just a statistic and strives to, not only reign successful in her career as a barber, but to always just keep in striving in life without looking back. 

Sponsored by IUP Libraries 

Friday, January 29, 2021

The Meet Up

Folger Hall Student Center

Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement

Black & Brown students are able to come out to the Student Center on Campus to enjoy an evening of fun and games.  Students can play games, shoot pool, watch tv, eat some food, or just chill & hang out with your friends.


Play Bingo and you may win an e-gift card! Get your Bingo card and Zoom address by 4:00 p.m. on the date of the bingo game by emailing atod-oasis@iup.edu. The game starts at 9:30 p.m.

Sunday, January 31, 2021

For all graduate students (and those senior undergraduate students) to meet and support one another.

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