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Green Dot is an NISG-sponsored bystander intervention program focused on gender violence prevention. The goal of Green Dot is to decrease the likelihood of sexual assault, stalking, dating and domestic abuse. The Green Dot Student Overview training session is a presentation that introduces basic elements of Green Dot while using skill building activities to keep participants engaged. The basic elements of the presentation are to provide a new/different framework of bystander intervention, to create campus-wide interest and participation, and begin the process of changing behaviors. This Green Dot Overview is open to any students.
Location: Rod Library, Active Learning Classroom 324
Gail Lehr worked for many years as the Office Manager in the Department of Languages & Literatures and in the Department of English. But prior to starting her career, she had been a girl growing up in Janesville in the 1970s during a tumultuous era when youth culture had disrupted conventions and redefined what growing up meant. It was an exciting and confusing time, and Lehr captures it by documenting her 14th summer, a time when she was still a girl but experiencing all the complexities of adult life.
Join us for a presentation from her memoir, Bell Bottom Blues.
Citation Management Workshop for Graduate Students
Monday, September 25, 2023 - 5:00 pm
It's easy for in-text citations to get lost in the length of papers graduate students write. Join Kat Wohlpart, Assistant Director of Scholarly & Applied Writing, for a workshop on how to manage your citations and use AI tools to check your references. Learn about reviewing and including sources, managing your citations and creating a bibliography or references page.