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Three workshops at Kingsborough Community College, NYC March 25, 2022 @ 2:00 pm

As a part of the UnHomeless NYC exhibition at Kingsborough Community College, BFAMFAPhD organizes a series of workshops. The workshop series unfolds in three stages. The first two workshops use Intergroup Dialogue – a deep listening practice that aims to highlight similarities and foster understanding among different groups –  to facilitate open dialogues between administrators, staff, faculty, and students. The discussions in these workshops focus on the impact of food and housing precarity on the well-being of students at Kingsborough Community College. The first two workshops are closed to the public and require participants to preregister. The third workshop will be a public event on Zoom.

 

Workshop #1 

Friday, March 25, 2:00-4:00 PM (Zoom link will be sent after RSVP)

Participants: 10 Administrators/Staff and 10 Faculty

 

This workshop will bring together administrators, staff and faculty, who work and teach at Kingsborough Community College, to be in dialogue about ways to improve support systems for students who are impacted by food and housing insecurity.

To register please RSVP to Susan Jahoda susan.e.jahoda@gmail.com.

Indicate which workshop(s)you will be attending.

 

Workshop #2

Wednesday, April 6, 2:00-4:00 PM Location: KAM, Kingsborough Community College

Participants: 5 Administrators/Staff, 5 Faculty ideally from workshop #1, and 10 Students

 

This workshop will bring together administrators, staff, faculty and students who work, teach and attend Kingsborough Community College, to be in dialogue about ways to improve support systems for students who are impacted by food and housing insecurity.

To register please RSVP to Susan Jahoda susan.e.jahoda@gmail.com

Indicate which workshop(s)you will be attending.

 

Workshop #3

Thursday, April 14, 3:00-4:30 PM via Zoom (Zoom link will be sent after RSVP)

Open to the public

 

In this workshop members of BFAMFAPhD will introduce the work of the collective followed by Asset Mapping, an activity that supports members in identifying resources that already exist within their group. We will end with a Q&A and a closing activity.

To register please RSVP to Susan Jahoda susan.e.jahoda@gmail.com

Indicate which workshop(s)you will be attending.