Educate & Act: Civic Participation for International Students & Scholars

12:00-1:00pm CST Tuesday, March 2, 2021 Online
Presented by The Commons, the Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity, the Center for Service Learning, the KU Civic Engagement Ambassadors, and the Office of International Support Services

This series features experts on different aspects of US democracy, and centers opportunities for civic engagement. Panelists will share from their own experiences about opportunities and challenges, giving attendees a chance to consider how their unique perspectives can inform civic participation and processes. The event is an opportunity to ask questions of local experts who study and work in this realm. Programs in this series feature campus resources as well as specialists beyond the University. In Part VI: Civic Participation for International Students & Scholars, presenters will speak on topics that bear relevance to faculty, staff, and students at KU as well as the broader community.

Panelists:
Jawad Ahmed Obaid (he/him/his), IT Project Manager, Center for Community Health and Development
Monica Mendez (she/her/hers), Research Assistant, Center for Community Health and Development / Community Mobilizer, Latino Health for All Coalition
Priya Vanchy (she/her/hers), Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Community Health and Development / Graduate Student, Applied Behavioral Science
Navya Singh (she/her/hers), Undergraduate Student, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology / Director of Volunteering and Service, Honors Community Advocates / Student Ambassador, Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity
Tamara Doubra Anoruse-Thomas (she/her/hers), Undergraduate Student, Microbiology / President, KU LEAD UP

Moderator:
Tiffany Learned (she/her/hers), ISS Programming Coordinator

Link to Zoom Registration.

Of interest to:
Faculty, General Public, Graduate students, Researchers, Staff, Undergraduate Students
Tags:
Community Engaged Research, Data & Democracy, Panel, Public Event