C.A.S event flyer

The C.A.S forum allows students to have an opportunity to come together and try to understand each other. The event will take place on Friday from 3 p.m. to 4:30 pm on Zoom.

Illinois State University's Dean’s Office and Dr. Doris Houston’s office will be holding a student-run forum that is for the students, allowing students to have an opportunity to come together and try to understand each other.

Students will be able to give suggestions about how to improve the learning experiences of those in the College of Arts and Sciences social science learning.

The event is for students who are economics, politics, government, psychology, social work, sociology and communication sciences disorder majors. 

full C.A.S flyer
The event will take place from 3-4:30 p.m. on Zoom with the Zoom link being listed as an event on the Redbird Life page. 

Action items will be created as the discussion takes place and will then be presented to the dean and other staff members. 

This looks to be the first step in creating a Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council for the College of Arts and Science. 

Hosts Logan Williams and Samiat Solebo can be contacted at lgwill1@ilstu.edu and ssolebo@ilstu.edu

ALEXIS PLUMMER is a News Reporter for The Vidette. She can be contacted at amplum1@ilstu.edu  Follow her on Twitter at @Lexi1Oliver

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