Watch “Get Out” with us Thursday @ 6pm. And a Campus Conversation leadership opportunity!

Monday, February 12, 2018

Whether you’re eager for bold conversations, provocative film, or listening in, the Office of University Life offers two great opportunities for everyone this week:

GET OUT Screening and Discussion – Thursday at 6pm, Miller Theater (free with CUID, register here) – This Oscar and Golden Globe nominee has been called “pretty close to a work of genius” and “exhilaratingly smart” – also scary and “mercilessly entertaining.” Engaging post-screening conversation with School of the Arts Professor Trey Ellis, Columbia Journalism School Professor Samuel Freedman, and NYU’s Sheril Antonio.  

Campus Conversations Kick Off – Facilitator Training on Wednesday at 3pm Learn facilitation skills and be part of the Campus Conversations project on identity, designed by Columbia’s Race, Ethnicity and Inclusion Task Force and the Office of University Life. Learn more and sign up for one of two training sessions this monthhere

And Save the Date – AWAKENING OUR DEMOCRACY on #metoo – Wednesday, Feb. 28 at Noon – Join ABC News’s Juju Chang, in conversation with supermodel, labor activist and founder of Model Alliance Sara Ziff (GS ’11); Columbia law professor Katherine Franke, and advocate and author Abdul Staten from Columbia Health’s Sexual Violence Response. Free lunch for registered CUID holders. Pulitzer Hall. RSVP here.

Looking forward to joining you in conversation.  

Professor Suzanne B. Goldberg
Executive Vice President for University Life
Herbert and Doris Wechsler Clinical Professor of Law 

P.S. There is still time to sign up to be an ambassador for the Columbia Student Well-Being Survey, coming to every Columbia student right after spring break. Learn more here.


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