How can you be true to your vocational purpose? How do you find your place in the system and acquire skills to become a changemaker on campus and in the world? This fall, join in an innovative diversity initiative called Clemson Be True and take dialogue at Clemson to a new place of deeper listening and understanding. You can join the Clemson Be True Hub and learn more about this free, self-paced, remote learning opportunity with optional Clemson community through an online MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) course offered at edX.
Clemson Be True is a grant-supported project of the Chief Diversity Office in cooperation with these campus partners: CODA (Undergraduate Student Government’s Council on Diversity Affairs); Clemson Abroad; Clemson Ethos; Creative Inquiry; The DEN (Design & Entrepreneurship Network); Economic Development; Clemson Thinks2; Global Engagement; Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center; International Center for Academic Integrity; International Services; PEER; Rutland Institute for Ethics; Service Alliance; Social Media Listening Center; WISE; and Women’s Leadership at Clemson. For questions, contact Kathy Russ at email@example.com or 864-656-3642.
If you have additional questions about Clemson Be True, please contact:
Monday, February 1, 5—7 p.m.
Wednesday, February 3, 12—2 p.m. and 5—7 p.m.
Introduction and Live Demonstration
Academic Success Center Auditorium (ASC 118)
Attendance at one of these sessions is required in order to participate unless other arrangements have been made with the program coordinator, Kathy Russ, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each coaching circle meets weekly for one hour over a period of six weeks, February 8 – March 31, 2016.
Two easy steps to register:
Get started and receive your free U.Lab e-book, “Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-system to Eco-system Economies” by O. Scharmer and K. Kaufer. This e-book provides the overview for U.Lab 2.0.