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Read-In & Speak-Out @ Feedback on the Front Lawn

Feedback on the Front Lawn Poster12/4/15
12 – 3
in front of university hall

Sign Up Here to Read!

In conjunction with the closing of the draft of the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan, we invite the entire campus community to join us for an afternoon of “feedback” and hear: recitations of demands and recommendations submitted by Brown University student groups; the publications from Mizzou, Yale, and other universities across the nation who are also demanding more of their institutions; the thoughtfully drafted critiques of Brown Pathways to Diversity and Inclusion plan; and the scholarship that both critiques the present moment and offers ideas for imagining otherwise.

But we need your voice to make it work.

Please sign up for the time and reading of your choosing. Grads, undergrads, faculty, adjuncts, staff, PVD community members welcome.

Not sure what you want to share? Check out this list of potential readings.

Meeting of November 10th

If you couldn’t make it to this week’s SUGSE meeting, here is a brief run-through of what you missed: We discussed how SUGSE will anticipate the Diversity Action Plan, expand and embolden its social media presence, and work to better understand the challenges faced by students in a wide range of disciplines.
Join us Next Week!
Wednesday 
November 18th
5:30 – 6:30 PM
229 Faunce
 
 
Hope to see you at the black out events today. 12pm at Van Wickle, 1pm on the Main Green!

Stand Up For Graduate Student Employees (SUGSE)

Play ‘The Game of (Grad Student) LIFE’ on the Main Green (3/16-3/18)

This week we will be bringing back the amazing SUGS booth!

Except this time it will be outfitted for passersby to play a short game of GRAD LIFE. SUGS has retooled this classic game to highlight issues that affect the lives and careers of graduate students at Brown. Will you get top marks in your coursework? Get into an amazing summer research program, but need to come up with the funds to support yourself? Maybe things have been going great, but you decide to start a family and realize there isn’t easily accessible childcare and that maternity leave isn’t nearly as robust as you’d hoped…

Come play a short round and see how your GRAD LIFE turns out and also get some tips on how you can advocate for a different outcome if things don’t go as well as you’d planned!