10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Your Stillness Will Guide You – Awaken Your Silence
A participant in this workshop will walk away with…
- Goal #1: Introduce participants to Neuroplasticity – The effects of Mantra Meditation on your life.
- Goal #2: Practice a 15-minute Mantra Meditation – Learn how to Meditate.
A participant walks away with: Meditation will give participants inner clarity and tranquility; in return, this stillness will enhance creativity and release years of accumulated stress. Guadalupe Mendoza, Completion Counselor and Certified Primordial Sound Meditation instructor
Finding a Way to Talk.
Do you find yourself lost on how to confront a difficult situation? Are you worried talking will make matters worse? In this session, we will share strategies on how to approach uncomfortable situations with faculty and staff. Patricia Zuniga, Student Conduct Coordinator
12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Healthy Relationships: What does ‘yes’ REALLY look like?
What does it really mean to get or give consent?
How do you get to be that #relationshipgoals couple? What does affirmative consent actually look or sound like? The answers to these questions are essential for any healthy and strong relationship. During this presentation, we will learn when consent is needed, as well as how to give and receive consent. The Office of Compliance staff will also talk about the types of support we provide to those who experience sexual misconduct. Casey Martinez, Compliance Education Coordinator and Austin Wood, College Compliance Investigator
1:50 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Know Your Rights
The world has changed and we had to quickly adapt to a virtual environment. However, many of our policies and processes remain the same. Navigating through the student standards of conduct may feel overwhelming and this workshop will provide an opportunity to help you understand your rights as well as your responsibilities in adhering to the process. Be in the KNOW! Roxane Royalty, Dean of Student Affairs RVS, and Patricia Zuniga, Student Conduct Coordinator