Credit for this page goes to the facilitators and idea generators: Erika Allen, Jennifer Anderson, Kylee Britzmann, Teresa Carmack, Marlowe Daly-Galeano, Holly Daughtery, Laura Earles, Tirazheh Eslami, Sarah Graham, Connie Hallen, Marcy Halpin, Julie Magelky, Lloyd Mataka, Amy Minervini, Chris Norden, Nancy Lee Painter, Leanne Parker, Suzanne Rousseau, Karen Schmidt, Tate Smith, Provost Lori Stinson
"Lewis-Clark State College prepares students to become successful leaders, engaged citizens, and lifelong learners." - LC's Mission
"No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow." - proverb
Even at a time when we have to socially distance and attend events by Zoom, there are still many meaningful opportunities to meet our mission. Indeed, these annual events are the heart and culture of our campus; they give us focus and the chance to partner across disciplines and departments, help each other, and celebrate our community.
Everyone on campus has a role to play in making these events successful: organizers, volunteers, supporters, attendees. Faculty are key in helping students attend, modelling attendance, and guiding students to make meaning of the events.
Whether you have been including campus events in your syllabus for years, or you are new to the practice, your ideas are highly valued. For some background and a place to start, here is Connecting Campus Programming to our Classes, a workshop facilitated by Marlowe Daly-Galeano, Sarah Graham, and Amy Minervini. Here are a few useful links from the workshop:
Many of these events are also listed in the brochure from the Diversity Commission.
|MLK Day Virtual event||
January 18, 6 pm
|City of Hope and the 1968 Poor People's Campaign - Smithsonian exhibit at the Center for Arts and History||
January - February
|Student Fee Hearing||March 3rd or 4th|
Women's History Month
|Stegner Lecture||March 12|
|Native American Awareness Week||March 15-19|
|ASLCSC Open Debates and Forum||March 23 - 25|
|Humanifest||Week of April 16|
|Earth Day - with Nancy Johnston (part of the Leadership Credential)||April 22|
Start every class with a question for discussion while you are getting the class set-up, maybe silly, maybe serious (thanks Suzanne!). Students in class and online can reply. For example: