Engaged Learning Series: In My Shoes
The Engaged Learning Series (ELS) is a university-wide series of events designed to engage students, faculty, staff, and community in discussion, debate, dialogue, learning, and action around an issue of public concern.
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Events for 2020-21
Resources Related to Theme
This theme provides the audience with an opportunity to delve into what it means to connect* with things, people, ideas, etc. The asterisk in connect* suggests that we look beyond just the word "connect" and find ways to "re"connect, "dis"connect, "inter"connect, find connect"edness," and beyond.
2019-2020: In My Shoes...
This theme encompasses telling your story from the first-person perspective. It suggests finding other perspectives to stories that may otherwise be untold or underrepresented.
2018-2019: Matter of Fact?
This theme challenges people to think critically about fact and opinion, credible sources, how to articulate fact and why science, logic and history matter.
This theme encourages individuals to dive deeper into what the word "civility" means and what that looks like when interacting with others and the environment.
This theme encourages folks to identify what privilege is, what it means to them, and how it can be positive and negative.
This theme asks individuals and communities to consider what is waste, what we waste every day - time, resources, people, etc. - and how can we minimize our waste?
2014-2015: Food Matters
This theme looks at the impact of food on our daily lives and the environment, where it comes from, and the ethics of food availability.
2013-2014: On Air
This theme emphasizes the key role air plays in people (jobs, sports, life, etc.), plants, animals and the environment.
2012-2013: Water Works Series
This theme examined the complex relationship humans have with water and focused on the delicate balance water plays in the lives of all living things.
Marketing Materials: 2019-20