“What is the Dialogue Series?”
The Dialogue Series are round-table discussions based on Social Justice, Political & Civic Engagement and Current Event Topics. These talks are designed to engage student, faculty/staff and community partners in issues that face both Stockton College, New Jersey and the World. All are invited to join the discussion! Sessions will run about an hour at various locations across campus. Click on the links below to individual schedules and discussion descriptions.
The Dialogue Series feature FOUR seperate calendars (plus "Additional Dialogues"), and all count towards a "Dialogue Credit" for your Service-Learning Course:
- "For the Greater Good" talks on Social Justice Issues
NOTE: The ADDITIONAL DIALOGUES below are programs from other departments/offices that will count towards your Service-Learning Requirements. If you attend these ADDITIONAL DIALOGUES please make sure to tell the instructor/leader to make attendance of your participation.
The "For the Greater Good" Dialogue Series focuses on Social Justice Issues and various sociological topics that face the United States and Beyond. "Greater Good" discussions offer the forum to state many view-points, as well as a starting point for complex issues to be continued among your friends. Sample topics include racism, sexism, able-ism, power and privilege, community activism, etc.
Greater Good #1 - #reDefiningBHM
Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015
4:30pm in F 202
Using clips and examples from the film “Dear White People”, we will have a conversation about the topics of the continued relevance of Black History Month, taking the fear out of appropriate terms and social justice language, and the myths of a “post-racial” America.
Greater Good #2 - #AutismSpeaks: What Does it Say?
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
4:30pm in F 202
New Jersey’s Autism rates are the highest nationwide, effecting 1:45 children, 1:28 males. What current legislation exists regarding legal restraints, bullying, and vaccines? What happens to the money donated to various Autism non-for-profits? Join us for a dialogue about various issues concerning life on the spectrum.
Democracy Cafés are a collaborative program with the Political Engagement Project. These Dialogues will feature Political and Civic Issues facing our Democratic Society. Participation is welcomed and intelligent discussion is preferred!
Making "Cents" of the Economy
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
4:30pm in the Campus Center Coffee House
Featuring: The "Up-to-Us" Campaign
University "Hunting Ground"
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
4:30pm in the Campus Center Meeting Room 5
Featuring: The all-Stockon Expert Panel regarding Title IX Sexual Violations
Valarie Hayes, Chief Officer for Institutional Diversity & Equity
Amy Jones, Director of Student Rights & Responsibilities
Lt. Cynthia Parker, Campus Police Interim Police Chief
Erin O'Hanlon, Campus Advocate
Politics of the Environment
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
4:30pm in the Campus Center Theatre Gallery
The Independent Television Service (ITVS) funds, presents, and promotes award-winning documentaries and dramas on public television and cable, innovative new media projects on the Web, and the Emmy Award-winning weekly series Independent Lens Monday nights at 10:00 PM on PBS. ITVS receives core funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Each semester, Service-Learning will screen films featured by ITVS, which are open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members. For the ITVS Archive click here.
Films for the Spring 2015 Semester include:
A Path Appears: From the Creators of Half the Sky
Screened: Thurs, Jan 29, 2015 @ 6:00pm in F-204
Screened: Fri, Feb 20, 2015 @ 12:45 pm in F 111
Kramer Hall (Hammonton) Screening of
Evolution of a Criminal
Kramer Hall - 30 Front St
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 @ 4:30pm
In Evolution of a Criminal, filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe explores what led him to pull a heist as a teenage in Texas, and returns to the scene of the crime. By interviewing family members, close friends, and mentors, we learn about his transformation from a joyous childhood to the moment he realizes the severity of his family's financial problems.
MAKERS: Women In Hollywood showcases the women of showbiz, from the earliest pioneers to present-day power players, as they influence the creation of one of the country’s biggest commodities: entertainment.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
6:00pm in the Galloway Campus Center
RSVP for this screening here
Friday, May 1, 2015
12:45pm in F 204 (Galloway Campus)
Service-Learning is always in favor of collaboration, especially if the collaborator shares our passion for social issues and/or civic engagement. The following programs across campus may not be hosted by Service-Learning, but we sure wish we thought of it first. Please check these events out - attendance during these events will also count towards your "Dialogue" credit.
Monica Bustinza: Student Activism Panel
Monday, February 9, 2015 @ 6:00pm in L 112
My Two Cents Day
Sponsored by: Up To Us Campaign
Thursday, February 12, 2015
All Day in the Campus Center Grand Hall
"Global Action: Solar Suitcase and Hakuna Kama Mama Projects"
Thursday, March 5, 2015 @ 4:30pm in L-112
"Building an Environmentally Sustainable and Local Based Economy"
Thursday, March 19, 2015 @ 2:30pm in TRLC
New York Times Speaker
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Sex Ed v2.0
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 @ 4:30pm in F 207
Service-Learning has collaborated with Health Services and will be hosting an open dialogue about sex. What are safe and healthy behaviors? What do sexually transmitted diseases really look like? How is internet pornography changing our perceptions about sex? Or maybe you have questions about sex but don't know who or how to ask? All are welcome to join us and find out. Peer Educators will be on hand to answer questions and provide free condoms.
The Slut Walk
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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