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Colloquium for the Common Good
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Tuesday, January 22
 

8:05am

9:30am

A Stubborn Hope: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders To Lead Today Room 114LIMITEDDaniel Meyer Before Columbus: Misconceptions about Early American Peoples Room 206FILLINGErin Lee Blurring the lines: The intersection of race and sports Room 204LIMITEDRhiannon Walker Cartooning with a Purpose Room 121FILLINGJim Toomey CBF Student Leadership – Advancing Advocacy, Action, and Awareness Room 112LIMITEDMegan Fink Changing the Narrative: Examining Homelessness and Housing Justice in Alexandria Room 102LIMITEDBlair Copeland Direct Action Environmentalism: To Monkeywrench or Not to Monkeywrench? Room 001LIMITEDAndy Sidle Environmental Justice--How Where You Live Can Kill You Room 113LIMITEDSacoby Wilson Exploring the Superhero Inside Us Room 119LIMITEDVishavjit Singh Fairness vs. Justice: A case study presented by a former prosecutor Room 205FULLAlexander Robinson Faith and Advocacy: The How, What, Why, and Where Room 105LIMITEDLacy Broemel Goods for the Greater Good Room 203LIMITEDAlexandra Shaw Hate Speech = Protected Speech? Room 104FULLBud Garikes Homosexuality and the Bible - Re-reading the Story of Sodom Room 201LIMITEDScott Strednak-Singer How to Activist: Collaborating for Change Room 003LIMITEDDavid Yee & Kate Hardwick Human Trafficking in The United States: The 21st Century Abolition Movement Room 101FULLAutumn VandeHei Illustrating Your Point Room 123LIMITEDAlden Leonard Journalism for Justice: Telling Stories to Effect Change Room 111LIMITEDJill McElroy Life on a burning planet: Caring for creation in the Anthropocene Room 117LIMITEDWeston Matthews & Robert Dilday Life unscripted: From a family’s crisis to a national non-profit Room 207LIMITEDVicki Brown, Peter Brown, Ann Henshaw Living with the Gangs: Everyday Life in El Salvador Room 106FULLElizabeth Peckham & Christine Gasper Magic- A window into Implicit Bias Student Tech CenterLIMITEDBob Weiman More than an Athlete? The Re-emergence of the Athlete-Activist Hybrid. Room 202FILLINGMilyna Phillips & Bernard Joseph Ordinary People Making Extraordinary Differences: Advocating for the rights of women and girls education around the world Library RotundaFILLINGRenifa Madenga Our Religious Response to Climate Change College Counseling Conference RoomLIMITEDJoelle Novey Photographing the President of the United States CPACFULLPete Souza Rising Waters: Climate Change is coming to Washington, D.C. Dining HallLIMITEDVicki Brown, Peter Brown, Ann Henshaw Showing Up for Racial Justice in the Right Ways Room 103LIMITEDJason Biehl Sounds of a Movement: Jazz and Civil Rights Room 109LIMITEDVaughn Ambrose Speak Up: Disability Rights & Advocacy Room 107LIMITEDEva-Elizabeth Chisolm Taking Steps to Undertstand Privilege: A Privilege Walk Activity GymLIMITEDKaren Kunz & Ronald Ginyard The Democratic Republic of Congo: More than a Paradox of Plenty Room 108LIMITEDRebecca Cooper & Patricia Lokwa Servant The Local Housing Crisis- Meeting the needs for a diverse and inclusive community Room 2120LIMITEDCarmen Romero The Problem with Plastic: Exploring the Impacts of Plastic Pollution on Waterways and Wildlife Room 110FILLINGElenor Hodges When Tech Discriminates: Hidden Bias in Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms Innovation Lab (LL)LIMITEDColleen McNeil & Tom Johnson With Open Arms: Supporting Refugee Families in Alexandria Room 116FILLINGKim Scott A picture is worth a thousand words; of protest. Art Studio 2LIMITEDJoey Wade Theatre as a Tool for Social Change Black Box TheaterLIMITEDLori Pitts

10:30am

A Stubborn Hope: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders To Lead Today Room 114LIMITEDDaniel Meyer Before Columbus: Misconceptions about Early American Peoples Room 206LIMITEDErin Lee Blurring the lines: The intersection of race and sports Room 204FILLINGRhiannon Walker Cartooning with a Purpose Room 121FULLJim Toomey CBF Student Leadership – Advancing Advocacy, Action, and Awareness Room 112LIMITEDMegan Fink Changing the Narrative: Examining Homelessness and Housing Justice in Alexandria Room 102LIMITEDBlair Copeland Direct Action Environmentalism: To Monkeywrench or Not to Monkeywrench? Room 001LIMITEDAndy Sidle Environmental Justice--How Where You Live Can Kill You Room 113LIMITEDSacoby Wilson Exploring the Superhero Inside Us Room 119LIMITEDVishavjit Singh Fairness vs. Justice: A case study presented by a former prosecutor Room 205FULLAlexander Robinson Faith and Advocacy: The How, What, Why, and Where Room 105LIMITEDLacy Broemel Goods for the Greater Good Room 203LIMITEDAlexandra Shaw Hate Speech = Protected Speech? Room 104FULLBud Garikes Homosexuality and the Bible - Re-reading the Story of Sodom Room 201LIMITEDScott Strednak-Singer How to Activist: Collaborating for Change Room 003LIMITEDDavid Yee & Kate Hardwick Human Trafficking in The United States: The 21st Century Abolition Movement Room 101FULLAutumn VandeHei Illustrating Your Point Room 123LIMITEDAlden Leonard Journalism for Justice: Telling Stories to Effect Change Room 111LIMITEDJill McElroy Life on a burning planet: Caring for creation in the Anthropocene Room 120LIMITEDWeston Matthews & Robert Dilday Life unscripted: From a family’s crisis to a national non-profit Room 207LIMITEDVicki Brown, Peter Brown, Ann Henshaw Living with the Gangs: Everyday Life in El Salvador Room 106FULLElizabeth Peckham & Christine Gasper Magic- A window into Implicit Bias Student Tech CenterFILLINGBob Weiman More than an Athlete? The Re-emergence of the Athlete-Activist Hybrid. Room 202FULLMilyna Phillips & Bernard Joseph Ordinary People Making Extraordinary Differences: Advocating for the rights of women and girls education around the world Library RotundaLIMITEDRenifa Madenga Our Religious Response to Climate Change College Counseling Conference RoomLIMITEDJoelle Novey Photographing the President of the United States Art Studio 1FULLPete Souza Showing Up for Racial Justice in the Right Ways Room 103LIMITEDJason Biehl Sounds of a Movement: Jazz and Civil Rights Room 109LIMITEDVaughn Ambrose Speak Up: Disability Rights & Advocacy Room 107LIMITEDEva-Elizabeth Chisolm Taking Steps to Undertstand Privilege: A Privilege Walk Activity GymLIMITEDKaren Kunz & Ronald Ginyard The Democratic Republic of Congo: More than a Paradox of Plenty Room 108LIMITEDRebecca Cooper & Patricia Lokwa Servant The Local Housing Crisis- Meeting the needs for a diverse and inclusive community Room 117LIMITEDCarmen Romero The Problem with Plastic: Exploring the Impacts of Plastic Pollution on Waterways and Wildlife Room 110FULLElenor Hodges When Tech Discriminates: Hidden Bias in Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms Innovation Lab (LL)LIMITEDColleen McNeil & Tom Johnson With Open Arms: Supporting Refugee Families in Alexandria Room 116LIMITEDKim Scott

11:30am

A Stubborn Hope: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders To Lead Today Room 114LIMITEDDaniel Meyer Before Columbus: Misconceptions about Early American Peoples Room 206LIMITEDErin Lee Blurring the lines: The intersection of race and sports Room 204LIMITEDRhiannon Walker Cartooning with a Purpose Room 121LIMITEDJim Toomey CBF Student Leadership – Advancing Advocacy, Action, and Awareness Room 112LIMITEDMegan Fink Changing the Narrative: Examining Homelessness and Housing Justice in Alexandria Room 102LIMITEDBlair Copeland Direct Action Environmentalism: To Monkeywrench or Not to Monkeywrench? Room 001LIMITEDAndy Sidle Environmental Justice--How Where You Live Can Kill You Room 113LIMITEDSacoby Wilson Exploring the Superhero Inside Us Room 119LIMITEDVishavjit Singh Fairness vs. Justice: A case study presented by a former prosecutor Room 205FULLAlexander Robinson Faith and Advocacy: The How, What, Why, and Where Room 105LIMITEDLacy Broemel Goods for the Greater Good Room 203LIMITEDAlexandra Shaw Hate Speech = Protected Speech? Room 104FULLBud Garikes Homosexuality and the Bible - Re-reading the Story of Sodom Room 201LIMITEDScott Strednak-Singer How to Activist: Collaborating for Change Room 003LIMITEDDavid Yee & Kate Hardwick Human Trafficking in The United States: The 21st Century Abolition Movement Room 101FULLAutumn VandeHei Illustrating Your Point Room 123LIMITEDAlden Leonard Journalism for Justice: Telling Stories to Effect Change Room 111LIMITEDJill McElroy Life on a burning planet: Caring for creation in the Anthropocene Room 120LIMITEDWeston Matthews & Robert Dilday Life unscripted: From a family’s crisis to a national non-profit Room 207LIMITEDVictoria Sardi-Brown Living with the Gangs: Everyday Life in El Salvador Room 106FULLElizabeth Peckham & Christine Gasper Magic- A window into Implicit Bias Student Tech CenterFULLBob Weiman More than an Athlete? The Re-emergence of the Athlete-Activist Hybrid. Room 202FULLMilyna Phillips & Bernard Joseph Ordinary People Making Extraordinary Differences: Advocating for the rights of women and girls education around the world Library RotundaFILLINGRenifa Madenga Our Religious Response to Climate Change College Counseling Conference RoomLIMITEDJoelle Novey Photographing the President of the United States Art Studio 1FULLPete Souza Showing Up for Racial Justice in the Right Ways Room 103LIMITEDJason Biehl Sounds of a Movement: Jazz and Civil Rights Room 109FULLVaughn Ambrose Speak Up: Disability Rights & Advocacy Room 107LIMITEDEva-Elizabeth Chisolm Taking Steps to Undertstand Privilege: A Privilege Walk Activity GymLIMITEDKaren Kunz & Ronald Ginyard The Democratic Republic of Congo: More than a Paradox of Plenty Room 108LIMITEDRebecca Cooper & Patricia Lokwa Servant The Local Housing Crisis- Meeting the needs for a diverse and inclusive community Room 117FULLCarmen Romero The Problem with Plastic: Exploring the Impacts of Plastic Pollution on Waterways and Wildlife Room 110FILLINGElenor Hodges When Tech Discriminates: Hidden Bias in Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms Innovation Lab (LL)LIMITEDColleen McNeil & Tom Johnson With Open Arms: Supporting Refugee Families in Alexandria Room 116FILLINGKim Scott