Common Intellectual Experiences involve:
CIEs often function as a series of co-curricular events or experiences. A CIE may be a single event, designed for students within a major, a large, integrated program (many classes/disciplines), themed.
Framework for Design of Co-curricular Experiences
Please consider integrating an event into your fall coursework.
HIPs recommended events:
Here are some events that we are excited about:
SPARK Packet, Student Life Welcome Week activity to increase student resilience (packet attached). September 1-8.
Mental Health & Suicide Awareness Town Hall, Q&A, debunk unhealthy myths, and provide resources. September 11, 1pm
Interview with Dr. Melinda Joy Mingo, COM instructor, Diversity Global Learning specialist, and author of The Colors of Culture: The Beauty of Diverse Friendships. September 16th, 1pm via WebEx: https://cccs-meetings.webex.com/cccs-meetings/j.php?MTID=m0a670aa2a451ccaee8d825fcefd51ef3 Contact:HIPs@ppcc.edu.
The Global Village, meeting monthly on Wednesdays, online and in-person (hyflex setting). Contact: Ben.Gallegos-Pardo@ppcc.edu. Detailed topics attached.
Sept 9th Hope, Uncertainty, and Guiding Truths
Sept 23rd Destiny: Are We in Control?
Oct 14th Iron Sharpens Iron: Community Impacts from Diverse Cultures
Nov 11th Searching for the “American Dream”: Immigration, Migration, and Challenges
Dec 16th Looking Back, Looking Forward: End of Semester Celebration
Get Out the Vote (GOTV), programing and panel through Student Government. Contact: Ricardo.Perez@ppcc.edu. October.
DEI Virtual Events and Resources. https://www.ppcc.edu/diversity-equity-inclusion/dei-virtual-community. Contact: Keith.Barnes@ppcc.edu.
For your remote course:
Post an announcement of WHY and HOW for the students:
Follow the CIE Framework:
OR, in The Paper. Students write news pieces about college life and events. Contact: Sarah.McMahon@ppcc.edu. All semester.
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