Be a part of a virtual interdisciplinary conference organized to share ideas about activisms in the COVID era—AND win a $250 scholarship!
WHAT: Seven-minute lightning talks.
WHEN: March 25, 3:30-5pm, ZOOM
WHY: Inspire the CU Community and more. CLAS Interdisciplinary faculty and CU Denver want to hear from you.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5:00 PM (MST) February 26th, 2021
Six speakers will be selected to give a flash presentation on what activisms are or have become meaningful for them overthe last year. Presentations must be no longer than seven minutes. Slides and visual aids are optional.
Question/answer and discussion forum to follow moderated by two CLAS graduate students.
For questions, please reach out to Dr. Lorna Hutchison.
- must be a maximum 200 words
- describe the type of activism or vision you have for social change
- identify why it is important to you and how it impacts people, policies, and/or places
Proposals will demonstrate an interdisciplinary approach to social justice engagement—intellectual, artistic, or active—that you have created, conducted, or imagined for a better future.
Topics may include but are not limited to...
- racial justice
- housing or food security
- environmental justice
- immigrant rights
- LGBTQIA+ rights
- women’s rights
- disability rights
- healthcare and health equity
All CLAS undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit!
Questions, please reach out to Dr. Lorna Hutchison.