As part of the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage series, students are able to receive information about getting registered to vote, and can get signed up to vote!
Workshop (faculty and teaching associates only): "What to do?: Successful Strategies for Assisting At-Risk Students Using Green Dot Bystander Intervention Framework"
Homecoming Parade, Downtown Indiana
Join us with our Float: Suffrage: A World Monumental Achievement!
HUB Ohio Room
"Holocaust Survivors Discuss Police and Bystanders in the Nazi Era"
The Holocaust Remembrance Committee Programs are made possible by generous support of people like you. We voluntarily organize and fundraise for this program, so we have launched a crowdfunding drive to ensure these programs can be free for all! Please visit iup.edu/crowdfunding to make a gift to Holocaust Remembrance, so we can keep providing this important education. 100% of your donation will go towards bringing Holocaust survivors and scholars to IUP and local schools.
Present attendance vouchers to the Women's and Gender Studies Office in 103 Stabley to receive credit for attending.
Presented by the Office of International Education.
Get your "passport" stamped and present to the Women's and Gender Studies Office in Stabley 103 as proof of attendance
Hosted by Dr. Elizabeth Ricketts.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 114
Adam Jones, Michael Schwartz, and Nancy Pipkin Hutchinson will present this workshop on “Difficult Dialogues.”
Completion of four events earns a Certificate of Training in Diversity and Inclusion.