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Are you interested in being mentored on a topic for which you’re interested or have a passion? Do you want to learn more from an expert in your field of interest? Sign up for a “lunch and learn” session while you’re at NCUR and you’ll join a small group of students and campus leaders for a lunchtime discussion. Select one Thursday and/or one Friday lunch session on your registration form now. Space is limited.

April 11th, 2019 - 12:00pm - 12:50pm

LGBTQ leadership (Brandon Jackson and Ivan Pulinkala)

A discussion on how to lead in college and in careers related to gender and sexuality issues.

Disability leadership (Joya Carter Hicks and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion on awareness, ability, and culture and leadership in college and in the workplace.

Leadership around race and ethnicity (Griselda Thomas and Roxanne Donovan)

A discussion of identity, social issues, and excellence as students of color.

Sustainability and opportunities to make change (Carlton Usher and co-leader of his choosing)

A discussion on ecological and environmental issues and making change in college and beyond.

African American male experience in higher education (Richard Mosholder and Tristan Glenn)

A discussion on Black males in higher education and ways to navigate struggles and find success.

Veteran college student experiences (Neil Duchac and co-leader of his choosing)

A discussion of transition to college, life after college, and specific experiences related to military service.

Architecture, marginalization, and advocacy (Michael Carroll and co-leader of his choosing)

A discussion on space, boundaries, and how buildings can divide people and bring them together.

Civil rights movements in Atlanta (Jeanne Bohannon and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion on specific movements for racial and ethnic equality in Atlanta.

Architecture and building sustainable communities (Elizabeth Martin and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion about creating environments that foster collaboration, longevity, and strong relationships.

April 12th, 2019 - 12:15pm - 1:05pm

Women's leadership in business (Kat Schwaig and Loretta Daniels)

A discussion of gender identity and gender roles in private enterprise.

Sustainability leadership (Pegah Zamani and Vanessa Slinger-Friedman)

A discussion on ecological and environmental issues and making change in college and beyond.

Veterans leadership (Bob Maddox and Matthew Foley)

A discussion of military service, leadership development, and success as a veteran.

Homelessness and poverty (Marci Stidum and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion of housing and food insecurity, college life, and academic success.

Civil rights and leadership for change (Tommy Jackson and Seneca Vaught)

A discussion of historical leaders and how they strategized change efforts toward justice.

Disability, literacy, and finding your success (Ann Bennett and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion of ability, how we read the world and the word, and personal happiness.

LGBTQ and Allies in college, social life, and happiness (Dawn Baunach and Cameron Greensmith)

A discussion on masculinity, sexuality, and finding friends and happiness in college.

Bilingualism and future educators (James Gambrell and co-leader of his choosing)

A discussion on language ability among teachers and the success of diverse students.

Architecture, community engagement, and inclusion (Mine Hashas-Degertekin and co-leader of her choosing)

A discussion of space, structure, and building communities where diverse people feel welcome.

Women students in sports (Agnus Berenato and Khadija Head)

A discussion about leadership among women athletes in college.

Understanding veterans on campus (Charles Parrot and Richard Sisk)

A discussion focused on successes and challenges in transitioning to college.