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Civility on Campus: Promoting Respect & Tolerance Across Campus: A Webinar Forum

UMDNJ-School of Nursing

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

Newark, NJ

Civility on Campus: Promoting Respect & Tolerance...

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Newark Campus Oct. 19 Civility on Campus Webinar- (SSB Room 1023)   more info Sold Out Ended Free  
Stratford Campus Oct. 19 Civility on Campus Webinar (UEC Room 2073)   more info Sold Out Ended Free  

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All UMDNJ Faculty, Staff, Students and Alumni are welcome to this webinar forum sponsored by the DIVERSITY COMMITTEE at UMDNJ-School of Nursing

Civility on Campus: Promoting Respect & Tolerance Across Campus



What: Live Webinar Forummulticultural graphic

When: Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011~ 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Where: UMDNJ's Newark or Stratford campus.*

Panelists: Kathleen Hull & Sattik Deb, Rutgers University

There are plenty of examples of “ugly” behavior that can be found on any campus…some even making national news such as: 

  • The creation and posting of a YouTube video by college students telling a group of international students  who talk on cellphones in the library to "use American manners."
  • The case of fraternity pledges marching on a campus shouting a sexually offensive slogan.
  • The secret videotaping of a student in a sexual encounter in a residence hall room.
  • (See USA Today article "Civility a teachable moment on campuses")

What is civility? Is it an out-dated, 19th century idea? Or, is  civility at the core of our capacity to function as integrated, multcultural grouprespectful educational institutions where people live and learn together? Participate in this Forum and explore what these issues mean for UMDNJ.

Topics Covered

Participants will learn:

  • How to assess the needs of their community that fall under the umbrella of "civility."
  • How a college or university decides if it would benefit from a civility program.
  • How to identify the significant "players" who can be brought into the conversation and the programming.
  • How much this kind of project can cost.
  • How much time and planning it can take.
  • How to identify the potential rewards and benefits of a civility project on your campus.
Panelists

Kathleen Hull is co-founder of Project Civility at Rutgers, a two-year, campus-wide dialogue to explore the value and importance of civility to the building of a healthy and happy university community.(click here for full bio)

Sattik Deb is
director of student services in the Department of Labor Studies at the School of Management & Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  (click here for full bio)

 

Who Should Attend?
  • Faculty, students and staff interested in improving the campus culture
  • Faculty, students and staff interested in infusing civility into the classroom culture
  • Anyone interested in enhancing civility in the clinical setting.

Limited seating available on a first-come-first  served basis. Reserve your seat today!


*Attend this session at UMDNJ-Newark at the Stanley Bergen Building, 10th floor, room 1023 or at UMDNJ-Stratford at the University Educational Center, Room 2073.  Limited seats are available at both locations. First-come, first-served.

 

Have questions about Civility on Campus: Promoting Respect & Tolerance Across Campus: A Webinar Forum? Contact UMDNJ-School of Nursing
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When & Where


UMDNJ- Newark
Stanley Bergen Bldg (SSB), Room XXXX
Newark, NJ 07101

Wednesday, October 19, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)


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UMDNJ-School of Nursing

UMDNJ-School of Nursing offers an innovative program of nursing education from entry level to doctoral degree. Its graduate education program, the largest in the state, includes a master's degree program with many specialty options.

Extensive continuing education programs are available to nurses throughout the state.

The School provides healthcare services through a mobile program serving Essex and Union Counties and a community health center in Camden County, NJ.

With the pending integration of UMDNJ into Rutgers University, effective July 1, we continue to admit students into all existing academic programs, which will continue as is.

To learn more, visit http://sn.umdnj.edu

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