What do students do when they are not in the classroom? What sports and clubs can you get involved in? Come find out during this info session!Register here!https://campscui.active.com/orgs/IllinoisMathematicsandScienceAcademy#/selectSessions/2867116
With all the changes that have been going on at IMSA, the school counselors would like to create a safe space for you to come and express your thoughts and feelings. The counseling department will hold a safe haven zoom meeting Tomorrow April 9th from 3:30pm-4:30pm! If you can't make it and would prefer to talk
BELLAs and Psych Club are collaborating to bring you SAAW Kickoff: The Psychological Perspective of Sexual Assault to start off Sexual Assault Awareness Week. Please join us to learn more about sexual assault, the trauma that comes with it, and how counseling can help, presented by special guest speaker and psychologist Dr. Erin Terada.
GEN is having an event about Gender and Religion. As you may know, recently France has taken a stance against “religious” clothing and symbols with its move to ban the hijab on women under the age of 18. Especially under these circumstances, we'd love to create a space to unpack not only this violation but
The third event in Sexual Assault Awareness Week (SAAW), this GA is brought to you by UNICEF and BELLAs. It will focus on domestic abuse in households and relationships: what they are, why they happen, and their effect on families, children, and individuals.
Rora Blue will be talking about ableism and her body of work regarding it: Sweet Dreams, which you can take a look at here: https://www.rorablue.com/sweetdreams and she’ll also be open to any questions you have for her. She’s also the founder of the Unsent Project, which you can see here: https://theunsentproject.com
This is the fourth event of Sexual Assault Awareness Week, covering the types of sexual harassment that so many people face daily. It will cover the dangers of walking alone at night, going to the bathroom on your own, sexism in the workplace, and more.
This event, hosted by SWEnext @IMSA and SWE @UIUC, will feature students of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign who are pursuing a major in engineering. Students will be able to answer any questions you have regarding engineering opportunities at UIUC, student life, and more. Make sure to join us!
Mrs. Suzanne Petree and Mrs. Ann Wilson of The Village Tutors will present "Spring Cleaning 101: The Dirt on Executive Functioning During a Pandemic". The program will consist of 40 minutes of fact-based information on what exactly executive functioning is, the science behind organization and procrastination, and easy strategies you can implement to finish the year strong and
Come join GEN to learn about the myth of the gendered brain and discuss the differences between gender and sex!