Controversial Programming on College Campuses

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Core Competencies: Communications, Leadership, Planning, Student Learning
Originally presented on October 25, 2010
1 p.m. Eastern

A recent rise of programs on campus that have been deemed controversial by either students, faculty, staff, or alumni have disclosed a need to consider the impact that bringing in certain speakers or programming will have on the university while balancing the fact that universities are considered an arena for students to explore different ideals. These conversations are important to have with the student groups producing these events. Join us on Oct. 25 to see how two insitutions dealt with controversial programming conducted on their campus and the conversations before and after the event with their student organizations and the lessons learned.

This program is ideal for campus life professionals who administer student organizations, advise student leaders, and produce programming on camnpus. Follow the links to the left for more information.

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ACUI members: $.00
Non-members: $139.00

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Updated Jan. 3, 2016