Upcoming Programs

Student Protests on Campus
April 5, 1 p.m. Eastern

Throughout history, colleges and universities have served as a forum for the exchange of ideas and free expression; to provide an environment for students to present their views and beliefs on a variety of topics. A common method of expression for students are protests. In order to embrace the important concepts of free speech and expression, it is beneficial for universities to create specific policies in these areas and guide staff on how to properly respond. In this webinar we will discuss different protests and challenging situations at our own institution, while also sharing our policies related to freedom of speech, picketing and assembly, and designating public forums. This will also be an opportunity to gain an insight on how to create policies and procedures on these topics at your own institutions.

This program is presented by Kerry Spicer, associate director of student activities and organizations, University at Buffalo; and Luke Haumesser, assistant director of student activities and organizations, University at Buffalo.

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Enhancing the Inclusivity of Educational Content
April 5, 2017 at 2 p.m. Eastern

When crafting an educational program, not only do you want to consider members’ topical interests but also how best to deliver content for a diverse audience. In this session, we’ll discuss learning styles, accessibility considerations, behaviors, and language best practices. Attendees will gain a general awareness of how to prepare educational content as well as opportunities to adapt session proposals, speakers, and activities to be more inclusive.

This session will be facilitated by Elizabeth Beltramini, ACUI director of content curation, and Scarlett Winters, ACUI online engagement strategist. There's no need to register; simply click the link below and call-in information will be posted when you enter the webinar.

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Demonstration of the New ACUI Website
April 12, 2 p.m. Eastern

We redesigned the ACUI website and want to help you get acclimated. During this online orientation, participants will get an overview of new functionality, learn how to take advantage of added features, and see the streamlined design. Among the changes we'll cover are:

  • The new menu structure
  • How to update your profile and notification settings
  • Ways to contribute to community discussions
  • Improved search
  • Incorporated share functionality

There's no need to register; simply click the link below and call-in information will be posted when you enter the webinar.

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