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Civility Events

Fall 2021 

September

Asherlev Santos, Ph.D.

Civility Dialogues | Freedom and Responsibility during Pandemic Times and Beyond with Dr. Asherlev Santos

September 9, 2021 | 11:45am-1:00pm

Virtual registration at: bit.ly/dialogues_freedom
In person: University Student Union 3400 (Cross-Cultural Center)

What is the relationship between freedom and responsibility? Where does one's personal freedom begin or end during a pandemic and public health crisis? Join us in a conversation with Dr. Asherlev Santos, Assistant Professor of Public Health about these questions as the first of a 3-part Civility Dialogue series. This is a blended event where you can join in person or virtually. CSUSM registration is required.

Civility Dialogues are held monthly as a space to practice civil discourse while discussing current events and topics. Hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, Dialogues are a compliment to the Civility Cafés where skills are developed and learned.


Austin Galy, facilitator

RESCHEDULED- November 2

Civility Café Series | Cultivating Healthy Relationships: A Holistic Practice

November 2 | 5:30pm-7:30pm

Virtual registration at: bit.ly/civilitycafe_holistic
In person: University Student Union 3400 (Cross-Cultural Center)

This skill-based workshop will focus on providing a space for CSUSM students to learn about and practice how to engage in civil discourse with their peers on various topics. Understand how to practice civility in your academic, social, and professional lives. This is a blended event where you can join in person or virtually. CSUSM registration is required.

Workshops facilitated by Austin Galy, Associate Director, Student Leadership & Learning at the Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action, University of San Diego. [bio] 


October

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Civility Dialogues | Social Media and Misinformation

Thursday, October 7, 2021 | 11:45am-1:00pm

Register at: 

Join  for a dialogue on Civility in Social Media.  

Social media is     CSUSM registration is required.

Civility Dialogues are held monthly as a space to practice civil discourse while discussing current events and topics. Hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, Dialogues are a compliment to the Civility Cafés where skills are developed and learned.


Austin Galy, facilitator

Civility Café Series | Fostering Greater Self-Awareness: Care For Yourself in Order to Better Care for Others

Thursday, October 21, 2021 | 5:30pm-7:30pm

Virtual registration at: bit.ly/civilitycafe_fostering
In person: University Student Union 2310

This skill-based workshop will focus on providing a space for CSUSM students to learn about and practice how to engage in civil discourse with their peers on various topics. Understand how to practice civility in your academic, social, and professional lives. This is a blended event where you can join in person or virtually. CSUSM registration is required.

Workshops facilitated by Austin Galy, Associate Director, Student Leadership & Learning at the Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action, University of San Diego. [bio]


November

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Civility Dialogues | Cancel Culture

Thursday, November 4 | 11:45am-1:00pm

Virtual register at: bit.ly/dialogue_cancel_culture

Is cancel culture a problem? Should there be social consequences for some view and if so which ones? Join in an open conversation about the topic and share your thoughts and questions with others. CSUSM registration is required.

Civility Dialogues are held monthly as a space to practice civil discourse while discussing current events and topics. Hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, Dialogues are a compliment to the Civility Cafés where skills are developed and learned.


Austin Galy, facilitator

Civility Café Series | Power, Oppression and Authority: Empowering the Next Generation of Adaptive Leaders

November 18 | 5:30pm-7:30pm

Virtual registration at: bit.ly/civilitycafe_adaptive

This skill-based workshop will focus on providing a space for CSUSM students to learn about and practice how to engage in civil discourse with their peers on various topics. Understand how to practice civility in your academic, social, and professional lives. This is a blended event where you can join in person or virtually. CSUSM registration is required.

Workshops facilitated by Austin Galy, Associate Director, Student Leadership & Learning at the Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action, University of San Diego. [bio]


Individuals with disabilities who would like to attend any Civility Campaign event, please contact civility@csusm.edu or call (760) 750-4935 regarding any special accommodation needs. It is requested that individuals requiring auxiliary aids, such as sign language interpreters and alternative format materials, notify the event sponsor at least seven working days in advance of the event. Every reasonable effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations in an effective and timely manner.