Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Who's Responsible for the Fututre? Registration Call

Registration now available at http://www.indiana.edu/~arciu/

Who’s Responsible for the Future?

A Roundtable Forum on Collaborative Futures across Generations

Monday, October 15, 2012, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Frangipani Room, Indiana Memorial Union

Organized by ARC–IU: Attention, Reflection, Connection

(A coalition of students, staff, and faculty working together to build an inclusive community on campus and beyond.)


College Student Indebtedness: Is it the Next Financial Crisis? Responsible Action fron the University

Relating material being taught in the classroom to everyday life

Consumerism culture and how that relates to our world situation

Contradictions of the Heart & Mind: Anti-Human Trafficking and Materialism

Stand up...Be Safe: addressing recent campus/community rape and assault incidents

The Chick fil-a and Gay Marriage Question

Honoring Elinor Ostrom's Legacy: Building Trust

Impacts of New Social Media on Youth and Teens: The Social Responsibilities of Promoting on the Web

Technology and Literacy: Bridging Generational Divides in the Information Age

A Culture of Apathy: how do we encourage curiosity across cultures?

Planning for aging now: how do we provide for the growing numbers of senior citizens and their needs

Bridging local and global literacies: New ways of reading, writing and participating in the 21st century

Equality for students of all sexual orientations: a call across the schools

Keeping the community educated on health: who can do what?

Maslow's structure of needs: student affairs professionals and paraprofessionals meeting the innate needs of students, allowing them to positively impact their community on campus and beyond