The “Garden Gallery” – a new gallery space #TeamLBC just installed in the Garden Level of the Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC) for University Life – is currently displaying 8 images taken of students at the Dear World Live at Tulane on January 28th, 2016. The Dear World team visited campus to complete a portrait series and discussion on how who we are can be a powerful force to connect people and change the world. Any student, staff, faculty, administrator, alum, and visitor was able to stop in at the open event to take their photo.
RENEW’s peer educators consistently strive towards academic excellence, servant leadership, professionalism, and upholding the integrity of the University Counseling Center and Florida State University. By proactively engaging with students and developing new techniques to combat negative stereotypes on emotional wellness, our peer educators inspire and foster a better understanding of emotional wellness among the student body.
The Kaleidoscope Project envisions a more pluralistic and inclusive campus community and invites students to engage in learning, conversation and action with others who may have a different background or viewpoint. Through conversation and action students can begin to build a more engaged and diverse community on campus and in Calgary – a community that works together, regardless of religious tradition, spirituality, culture, identity, sexual orientation, gender, and personal or political views.
The Amy Biehl Foundation Project seeks to develop high school students’ critical awareness of compelling human rights issues and their sense of social responsibility for addressing human rights challenges (global and local) while working with college mentors. The guiding vision for the project is to cultivate students’ understanding of human dignity and the importance of confronting violence in any of its forms.