Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
GUARD: A Consent and Sexual Assault Prevention Program for Fraternities and Sororities
Please encourage your chapter members to participate in our program. We believe this is a great proactive step your chapter can take to help address the issue of sexual assault on campus.
Date: February 19th
Location: Siebel Center, 201 N. Goodwin Ave., Urbana, IL 61801
For any questions, please contact Molly McLay, Assistant Director of the Women's Resources Center firstname.lastname@example.org or Andrew Hohn, Associate Director for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs email@example.com for more information
Walk As One
Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, Champaign Police Department and University of Illinois Police Department are looking for student volunteers to join them as they walk through the campus town area distributing alcohol safety and general safety information to student residences. Walk As One will take place on Wednesday, February 22nd. We are excited to have been asked to have fraternity and sorority members engage in this volunteer work as both a way to interact with our local police officers as well as distribute alcohol safety information to the student body. Help us make this a successful collaboration! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how many chapter members are able to volunteer. (Example Email: “Beta Beta Beta will have 15 volunteers.”) We will be back in touch with the chapters that are volunteering with the meeting location and any other relevant details.
Certified Housing Spring Semester Meeting
(This meeting is mandatory for all chapters with a certified house)
Date: Thursday March 16, 2017
Time: 5:00pm -7:00PM
Location: SDRP Room 2025-AB
This workshop is intended for the undergraduate Chapter President or House Manager. If one of these officers cannot attend, please send an undergraduate substitute to take notes and communicate the workshop discussions with the appropriate officers. It is an expectation from Certified Housing and Fraternity & Sorority Affairs that all chapters with a certified housing unit attend this meeting. IFC chapters with houses: It is an expectation in the IGI that one member attends this meeting
Campus and Community Announcements
The Counseling Center Paraprofessionals Tuesday @ 7pm Workshop Series Presents:
Unmasking Your Privilege: A Dialogue Discussing Privilege & Identity
Date: February 21
Location: 406 Illini Union
Turner Fellow Position
The Turner Fellow position is a professional and challenging paid position out of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Three seniors are chosen each year to better the Illinois experience and gain hands-on experience within higher education administration. Students need to be in junior standing at time of application so they can take on the position as a senior.
You can find more about the position here: https://studentaffairs.illinois.edu/about/programs-students/turner-fellows Application closes Monday, February 20.
2017 Classic Europe Graduation Trip
Class of 2017: In just a few short months, you will be a University of Illinois graduate! Before settling into that new job or graduate school, grab a few friends and embark on an unforgettable trip overseas (May 29-June 8)! Visit London, Paris, the French Riviera, Rome, Pompeii, Greek islands and Athens.
Book with a friend and pay in full by Feb. 28, 2017, and save up to $100. Solo travelers save $50. Learn more or to reserve your space today!
Sponsored by the University of Illinois Alumni Association and operated by AESU Alumni World Travel.
Diversity & Leadership Summit
Date: February 19
Price: Free and Lunch and snacks are provided
- Visit: http://leadership.illinois.edu/login and log-in with your University of Illinois NetID
- Click “Registration” on the left hand panel
- Select “Workshops”
- Select “Diversity and Leadership Summit” from the dropdown list and click “Register”
To learn more about the guest speaker please visit http://www.drceciliasuarez.com/
Apply to be on the Subcommittee on Student Conduct or the Subcommittee on Sexual Misconduct!
Service on these committees is a challenging and satisfying way for students and faculty to enhance their academic experience. In addition to the actual review of discipline cases, training activities help committee members enhance their abilities to organize time, develop critical thinking skills, and to improve communication skills. Some students who have served on the committee have achieved great success in law school and other professional careers. Many students felt that their experience on the committee made a definite positive impact on their abilities to interview articulately and confidently. Many faculty members have said that they have appreciated the opportunity to work with students on the committee and to gain a better understanding of the challenges students in our community face.
You can find more information and the application here: http://www.conflictresolution.illinois.edu/subcommittees/default.asp
Are you interested in teaching your peers about diversity at UIUC?
The Social Justice Educator Paraprofessional (SJEP) program provides students with facilitation skills and deepens their understanding of racial equality and social justice issues through training courses.
Applicants must make a 3 semester, 11 Credit hour commitment from Spr.2017-Spr. 2018
Applications are due on a rolling basis: https://go.illinois.edu/SJEPApplication
Save The Date! Conexiones: Student and Alumni Networking Event
Date: March 11, 2017
Location: Alice Campbell Alumni Center
This event provides students an opportunity to network and connect with seasoned Latino/a professionals who are able to offer career advice.
Join service projects on Saturdays during the academic year to give back to the Champaign-Urbana community. Volunteer opportunities provided through Service Saturdays are easy-access and typically one-time projects. The projects are organized by either OVP, campus groups, or community agencies. See upcoming Service Saturday opportunities at http://go.illinois.edu/ServiceSaturdays.
Volunteers Needed for 2017 Roger Ebert's Film Festival - April 19-23
We need volunteers to work at the Virginia Theatre Festival (April 19 - 23, 2017). Multiple volunteers are needed for each film and can sign up for only the shifts (concessions, ushers, merchandise sale, ticket takers, will call, check-in, etc) that fit your schedule. The film schedule will be released approximately a month before the festival. We will have a mandatory on-campus training session the afternoon of Sunday, April 2 (exact time and location will be communicated closer to date). Upon completion of the training session you can sign up for shifts. Please contact Casey Ludwig at email@example.com with questions or check out https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf9pml3ozOwXV7dMoBnL_elHi5-ik_SebLtGwshz45Pxbd6ww/viewform?c=0&w=1.