|APRIL 10-12, 2013|
Wednesday, April 10
Civic Engagement Awards Program
Ivy Tech Bloomington Student Commons
Beginning at 4 p.m.
RSVP's are required - please email Lori Purcell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, April 11
Day of Service
Student, faculty and staff volunteer in area communities
Stay tuned for an email from Chelsea Rood-Emmick, Director for Civic Engagement, for a list of volunteer agenicies and your opportunity to sign-up. RSVP's are required.
Beginning at 8 a.m.
TICKETS SOLD OUT.
Annual Fundraising Dinner
Keynote speaker, Tom Brokaw,
38-year NBC broadcast journalist and author
at Bloomington Monroe County Convention Center
Friday, April 12
Panel Discussions and Institute Conversation
with Judy O'Bannon, Former Indiana First Lady
at Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington (Hoosier Times Student Commons)
Reservations are required.
Admission with canned good or free-will donation for Hoosier Hills Food Bank.
Lunch is provided, but reservations are required for Friday attendance.
To make reservations call Tina Phelps at (812) 330-6001 or email email@example.com.
Registration (Continental Breakfast)
Welcome remarks by Ivy Tech-Bloomington Chancellor John Whikehart and Former Indiana First Lady Judy O’Bannon
9:30a.m — Panel Discussion 1
The Next Greatest Generation: Boomers, Gen X, Y or Z?
Moderator: Abdul Hakim-Shabazz, Lawyer, WRTV Commentator, Publisher of IndyPolitics.org
Katharine Byers, Ph.D.: Associate Professor and Director of the BSW Program, Indiana University School of Social Work
Rabbi Jonathan Greenberg: Vice President of External Relations, Illinois Policy Institute
Robert Soto: Associate Professor of Sociology, Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington
Gary C. Steinhardt, Col. USAR (Ret): Past Department Vice Commander of The American Legion Indiana Department
10:45a.m. — Panel Discussion 2
The Greatest Innovation: Education - But whose model?
Moderator: Bryan Newton, Associate Vice President for Marketing & Enrollment Management, Aiken Technical College
Gerardo Gonzalez: Professor of Higher Education Administration and Dean, Indiana University School of Education
Brent Kent: Indiana State Director, StudentsFirst
David Pillar: Principal, Jackson Creek Middle School
Dr. Suellen Reed: Former Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction
12:00p.m. — Lunch Provided
1:00p.m. — Panel Discussion 3
The Greatest Debate: Equality - How and when do we ever achieve it?
Moderator: Debby Knox, WISH-TV News Anchor
Byron Bangert: Chair of the Bloomington Human Rights Commission, Retired Minister
Jean Capler: President of Fair Talk, Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in LGBT issues
Sheila Suess Kennedy: Professor of Law and Public Policy at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Danny Lopez: Special Assistant to Governor Mike Pence and Executive Director for the Indiana Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs
George Taliaferro: First African American Player Drafted by the NFL
2:30p.m. - 3:30 p.m. — O'Bannon Institute Conversation with Judy O'Bannon, Former Indiana First Lady
Presented by Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington