Spring 2019 Wolf Pack Community Howls
Posted on Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Wolf Pack Community Howl – Engaging in collective deliberative conversation!
ASUN and the Center for Student Engagement have partnered to create a space focused on important national topics. These conversations are facilitated with the use of National Issues Forum guides around real issues impacting our world.
A deliberative conversation is a process that promotes civil & productive dialogue that moves us toward understanding values and identifying potential common ground. This is not a debate. Rather, it is a facilitated process that allows us to consider options together, explore our concerns, and decide what is important to our community.
Join us in these respectful deliberative
conversations this Spring:
February 26, 2019 @ 6pm in Glick Ballroom C Topic: Land of Plenty How Should We Ensure that People Have the Food They Need? We only have space for 200! Sign Up Online
April 23, 2019 @ 6pm Glick Ballroom C Topic: House Divided: What Would We Have to Give Up to Get the Political System We Want? We only have space for 200! Sign Up Online
Would you like to serve as a facilitator
for these upcoming conversations?
- Land of Plenty– Facilitator Trainings will be on Friday, February 15 & Friday, February 22 from 3pm-5pm in The Joe room 323. You must attend both trainings and facilitate event. Sign up online.
- House Divided– Facilitator Trainings will be on Friday, April 12 & Friday, April 19 from 3pm-5pm in The Joe room 323. You must attend both trainings and facilitate event. Sign up online.
Contact Amy Koeckes or at 784-6589 for further information.