Save The Date: September 24th
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Join us on Thursday, September 24th at 5:30pm to hear from Silvia Beltrametti on
"Intellectual Property Issues in New Media Art".
To attend this virtual zoom webinar, please register in advance at
This event is co-sponsored by the School of Art & Design and the College of Law.
|Featured Speaker: Michele Guerra, Director of Campus Wellbeing Services|| |
Women@NCSA is hosting the first talk from our Wellness-To-Go webinar series on Wednesday, September 2 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM via Zoom. We invite you to join us and Campus Wellbeing Services as we kick-off the series with learning about stress and how to manage it.
Stress Management 1 – Getting a Handle on Stress
- Learn what stress is
- Discover how stress affects you and what your stress warning signs are
- Identify and analyze your current coping tools
- Learn how to build an effective stress management tool box
This webinar will engage the audience with multiple handouts and worksheets that participants will need to download and bring to the discussion. Click here to access and download all stress management handouts and worksheets.
This event is open to all affiliates, friends, and staff of NCSA.
Join the Zoom Meeting here:
Meeting ID: 921 9466 1608
We look forward to seeing you there!
Women@NCSA Organizing Committee
Race and Racism in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies: A Roundtable
September 3, 4:00 PM CST
Hosted on Zoom:
Contact REEEC at email@example.com for Zoom meeting information
Message from Gender Studies and Multicultural Librarian Cindy Ingold
Welcome to the fall 2020 semester. This is a stressful time everyone, but I am here to help the faculty, staff, and students in Women and Gender in Global Perspectives.
- Class Orientation—I can do this via Zoom or another online platform. If you do not have time to fit me in, PLEASE add my contact information to your syllabus: Cindy Ingold, Gender Studies and Multicultural Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org , 217-333-7998
- Purchase Requests—Send requests for books, journals, DVDs, etc. I will make every effort to obtain an electronic version for the Library.
- Research Assistance: I can meet with you and any of your students via Zoom, Skype, email or phone. Contact me via email or phone.
Information about general Library services can be found at the Library’s Response to COVID-19. https://www.library.illinois.edu/geninfo/covid-19/
I will miss seeing you and your students in person, but I look forward to working with all of you virtually.
Please email me with any questions.
Cindy Ingold (She/her/hers)
Gender Studies and Multicultural Services Librarian and Political Science
Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library
University of Illinois
Message from Chez Veterans Center
We are working on several initiatives related to Veteran brain health at the Chez Veterans Center's Military Service Knowledge Collaborative (MSKC). One is the launch of this study, which is in partnership with a local Veterans organization here in Urbana. This study will do two things:
- Help us form a "Veteran Engagement Team" at the Chez Veterans Center so the Veteran voice is front and center when we develop our research ideas, and
- Allow us to gain some initial insight into what the issues and challenges are, which sets us us for a much larger project on Veteran brain health we have up our sleeve.
If you are a Veteran or caregiver, we invite you to take this survey and share your knowledge with us--help us to make the invisible visible. If you have Veterans in your network, we ask you to share this research engagement opportunity with them.
Are you a Veteran or do you live with or care for a Veteran? The Chez Veterans Center wants to engage with you on the topic of brain health! Brain health can refer to anything involving the physical and mental state of your brain. Some examples include but are not limited to ability to sleep, job performance, traumatic brain injuries, mental health, memory, and your emotions. We want to learn about your brain health experiences related to the military and opinions about research through a short, one-time survey. Your feedback will help us build a “Veteran Engagement Team” to inform and shape brain health research impacting Military Service Members, Veterans, and their families. Our mission is to lead the next generation of research with Veterans to optimize Veteran brain health.
Take the survey here!
WRC Offering Confidential Advising via Phone
The WRC staff and our services are still available to all students, faculty, and staff! If you know someone who needs support, give us a call at 217-333-3137 or send an email at email@example.com.
WGGP Gender Relations in International
Development Graduate Minor
WGGP offers a graduate minor in Gender Relations in International Development (GRID). The GRID interdisciplinary minor is designed to give students the analytical and empirical skills needed to address and critically evaluate human development issues in research and policy analysis, as well as in daily life. As of 2019, GRID Alumni have come from 35 departments across campus and 50 different countries.
To learn more about the GRID minor, please contact Anita Kaiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 333-6221.
in Global Health
Joint with WGGP and LAS Global Studies
LAS Global Studies, in conjunction with Women and Gender in Global Perspectives (WGGP) is offering a Certificate in Global Health. This certificate is open to all undergraduate majors at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
More information about the Global Health Certificate including upcoming information sessions is available here.
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