IC Programs: Collective Hour, Invest, Feel Good Friday, Fac Chats and more!

The IC hosts and organizes many co-curricular programs, such as Invest sessions, that enhance classroom learning and raise awareness about social justice issues. 

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INVEST sessions are student-led facilitations that address current hot button issues, social justice awareness and multiple and intersecting identities. 

The next Invest session is:

COLLECTIVE HOUR sessions are monthly, affinity-based, community  spaces where folks of specific salient identities and experiences can come together to talk, vent, or destress. Each of our three Collective Hours will be hosted by an IC student staff member who belongs to the community of focus. 

   The Collective Hour sessions offered in Fall 2020 are as follows:

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Feel Good Friday is the IC's fun social event held every first Friday of the month for students to build community, have fun and decompress after a long week. 

The next Feel Good Friday is:

 

Fac Chats

You are invited to our riveting new faculty series Fac Chats, which highlights critical and current research being conducted by SMC faculty. 

Co-sponsored by the Intercultural Center and the SMC library Fac Chats is designed as a showcase for some of the critical approaches to research that SMC faculty accomplish behind the scenes, and as a forum for faculty, students, and staff from different disciplines to learn together in community and explore ideas that you might not encounter in class. They're sort of like TED Talks, in that they take some pretty complex ideas and present them in an accessible way--but we get the chance to go even deeper, with 30 minutes for the conversation and 15 minutes for Q&A.

 

Fall 2020 Fac Chats Line-up (w/ zoom links or past recordings):

  • Make your Vote Count: Using Mathematics to Detect and Prevent Gerrymandering - Dr.  Ellen Veomett (Mathematics) - CLICK HERE FOR RECORDING (Passcode: 1*X&c2FR)

  • Here to Stay: API Activists in the Immigrant Rights Movement - Dr. Loan Dao (Ethnic Studies) - CLICK HERE FOR RECORDING