Campus Conversations

These events bring together the campus community to engage in dialogue about current events and campus climate. Attendees are encouraged to participate in conversations where they can voice opinions, concerns, and suggestions in a safe environment.

Campus Conversations can include different formats. The first hour is dedicated to a presentation or panel, followed by small group discussion and open mic participation or moderated Q&A.

Each event is organized in collaboration with campus partners that bring their diverse expertise and insights to add depth and richness to the conversation.

Recent Events

Campus Conversation XI: What should I do? White action and accountability to combat anti-blackness and systems-based racism

A virtual space for Iowa State employees, particularly white allies, to have a dialogue and learn recommendations on how to use their power and privilege to avoid perpetuating anti-blackness and systemic racism.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020
3:00 - 5:00 PM

This event was recorded and is available on demand. No registration is required to access the recording.

Previous Campus Conversations: 

CC I: Baton Rouge, Dallas, Orlando...
CC II: Let's talk about the election
CC III: Leaders of change - UVA
CC IV: Current events, police response, and hate crimes
CC V: Break the silence - Suicide awareness
CC VI: Striving for mutual respect - An interfaith dialogue
CC VII: Communication in relationships
CC VIII: Big or small, do you call? A review of racial bias during police interaction
CC IX: From words to bullets - Managing threats and fear
CC X: Students Against Racism