Student Affairs

14th Annual Summit on Transforming Learning Schedule

8:30 - 11:15 a.m. - Pre-Conference Session

Deliberative Dialogue Moderator Training (Limited to first 25 to sign up)
Description: This training will bring people together in a small gathering and includes an understanding of deliberation, an overview of the four components of a forum, and engagement in a practice forum. Participants receive strategies and sample questions for moderating a forum, as well as tips and tools for effective moderating. Training moderator Leslie Garvin, MSW, is the Executive Director of North Carolina Campus Compact. As a facilitator and trainer, Leslie has 20 years of experience working with community groups, faculty, students, and administrators.
Location: Faculty Club

11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. - Lunch, Keynote Welcome & Community Partner Panel

Keynote Welcome by President Cornwell and Community Partner Panel on What is Political Activism?
Panelists from: Central Florida Jobs with Justice, Organize Florida, Orange County League of Women Voters, Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office
Description: Although voting is essential to being an active citizen, the strength of any democracy relies on the involvement of citizens beyond the voting booth. A panel of local activists will share their reasons for getting involved in political activism and discuss ways Rollins students, faculty, and staff can become better advocates for the issues they care about.
Location: Rice Family Pavilion

1:45 - 2:30 p.m. - Summit Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions 1

2:45 - 3:30 p.m. - Summit Breakout Sessions

Breakout Sessions 2