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Office for Student Involvement

Oakland Center, Room 49
312 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4454
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(248) 370-2400
osi@oakland.edu

OSI Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

OSI Service Window Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Office for Student Involvement

Oakland Center, Room 49
312 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, Michigan 48309-4454
(location map)
(248) 370-2400
osi@oakland.edu

OSI Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

OSI Service Window Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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OULead

Golden Grizzlies Lead serves to connect Oakland University students to premiere leadership programs and workshops in one place!

  • Define your leadership style
  • Develop the skills employers seek and gain a competitive edge at OU and beyond
  • Acquire global and intercultural fluency to become a more inclusive leader
  • Seek balance through workshops that promote social, physical, intellectual, and environmental well-being

Click on the tabs below to view program details, deadlines, and registration dates. Programs are open to all OU students.

The Emerging Leadership Program

Register now! Applications accepted until 9/22/19 at 11:59 p.m. Apply here.

What is the Emerging Leadership Program?
Emerging Leaders is Oakland University’s premiere leadership certificate program. Designed to take highly motivated first and second year OU students, participants will develop their skills to be future leaders at and beyond the University. Designed to accommodate cohort of 30 students, this program kicks off with a Leadership Retreat and orientation event.  Students will network with successful alumni and student leaders, exploring leadership content and activities in smaller groups.

Following the Leadership Retreat, students have the remaining semester to select from a variety of workshops and campus events that will allow them to develop and reflect on individual strengths and weaknesses. Advisors will help students discover leadership opportunities on campus to gain hands-on experiences that stand out among the rest.

Students will track involvement to develop a co-curricular transcript that will help them prepare for future internships and jobs. The entire program will utilize experiential education and learning-by-doing, and is designed to help students step out of their comfort zones and connect on campus, while still having fun in the process.

Why join the Emerging Leadership Program?
  • Earn a leadership certificate that will give you a competitive edge when applying for campus employment leadership roles.
  • Be mentored by an upperclassman in the Emerging Leader program. 
  • Opportunity to participate in second tier leadership programs such as Gold VIP, and the third tier Leadership Summit that will allow students to graduate as distinguished leaders from OU
  • Invitation to special events such as the Student Organization Leadership Banquet
  • Develop principles and practices that will make a more effective group leader
  • Make connections to help you with academic classes, group work, internships, and competitive employment opportunities
  • GPA has been shown to be positively affected by campus engagement
  • OU is more fun when you are involved!

How do I complete the program?
  1. Apply for Emerging Leadership program by September 22, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. Fill out the application here
  2. Attend a Leadership Kick-Off on Wednesday 10/2/19 from 5:00-6:20 p.m.
  3. Attend all 5 core sessions will be held once a month on Wednesdays. Meetings will run from 5:00-6:20 p.m. on the following days: 10/23/19, 11/20/19, 1/22/20, 2/26/20, and 3/18/20. 
  4. Attend 3 of the Grizzlies Lead Workshops (see Workshop tab)
  5. Participate in 1 additional events, group, or activity on campus (see event tab)
  6. Track participation in Grizz Orgs to develop an e-portfolio.
  7. Apply for your Emerging Leadership certificate.
  8. Attend the Student Organization and Leadership Banquet (April 2020) to be recognized for your outstanding achievement!

Leadership Retreat
All those participating in Emerging Leaders are required to attend the Leadership Retreat on October 19, 2019. This weekend allows students to meet one another, participate in activities, and dive deep into leadership discussions, resulting in a better understanding of who you are as an individual leader. 

Emerging Leadership Core Sessions
To earn your certificate, you will need to attend five core meetings. Meetings will be held once a month ( 10/23/19, 11/20/19, 1/22/20, 2/26/20, and 3/18/20) from 5:00-6:20 p.m.. These meeting times are designed around the first 4 competencies of the Relational Leadership Model: Purposeful, Ethical, Inclusive, and Empowering. Alumni speakers and student leaders will share tips to help you learn more about yourself and your leadership values, as well as how to be most successful in school and campus life at OU. Dinner will be provided at all meetings.

Additional 3 Grizzlies Lead Workshops and 1 event or campus activities
Choose from the Grizzlies Lead Workshop offerings and RSVP for 3 workshops throughout the year. Additionally, choose 1 campus event or activity that most interests you. These can be any activity listed in Grizz Orgs, such as joining a club, playing in an intramural sports game, or attending a guest speaker that your professor assigns as extra credit. Check out the campus events tab on the Golden Grizzlies Lead page.

Tracking participation and creating an e-portfolio
Don't worry! We will show you how to do this in the Emerging Leaders orientation and will have clear instructions for using GrizzOrgs. Bring your Grizz Card to events and swipe in (where applicable) and your participation will be automatically recorded. Some events may require that you track your activity in GrizzOrgs. By tracking your activity you will be able to create an e-portfolio that will complement your academics when creating your resume.

Apply for certificate of completion
This is the easy part. Be sure to apply for your leadership certificate before the deadline 3/29/19.

Celebrate your success at the Student Leadership Awards Banquet
We are excited to celebrate as you receive your Emerging Leaders certificate of completion and view highlights from your journey.
Leadership OU

Click here to apply for the 2017 - 18 academic year.

Leadership OU provides leadership, mentoring, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students by connecting them to successful OU alumni through two main methods -- an exclusive series of alumni speakers and a formal mentorship program. Participants are part of a cohort experience spanning an eight month period from September to April. Upon successful completion of the Leadership OU program requirements, students receive a diploma frame. Watch the Leadership OU video to learn more.

Eligibility:
Students who have achieved junior or senior status (minimum 56 credit hours) with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to apply. Please note: students with less than 56 credits, but who will have earned 56 credits by the fall start date of the program are eligible to apply. The most successful candidates have demonstrated leadership on campus and in the community.

Applications are due by April 14. Students will be selected and notified by July.

More information can be found here!

Golden Grizzlies Lead Workshops
Golden Grizzlies Lead Workshops are premiere leadership workshops are open to all OU students. Limited seats are available at each presentation. Registration is required to attend.

Civic Engagement in a Polarized America
Monday, September 17, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room A of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Professor David Dulio and the Office for Student Involvement
This session will provide context during this polarizing time in American politics. Dave Dulio will lead a non-partisan dialogue regarding the importance of civic engagement, how to get involved, and the current world of civic engagement. Additionally, Dave will discuss the newly created Center for Civic Engagement, and different ways students can be civically involved while here at Oakland University.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn more about the Center for Civic Engagement
  • Understand how to become civically involved in your community
  • Learn the impact that civic engagement has on the world around you

Mistake Monday Kick-off featuring Vice President Glenn McIntosh
Monday, September 24, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Rooms B and C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being and Student Affairs
Let failure be your fuel! Join OU's Vice President of Student Affairs and Chief Diversity, Glenn McIntosh, as he shares his biggest mistake and reflects on how it ultimately shaped his success today. This will be a candid presentation followed up by a limited opportunity to ask questions and talk further with Vice President McIntosh.

Sneak Peek: "My biggest mistake was not understanding the difference between influence and power acquisition in the quest to build a life and career of significance."

Sleep Well for Success
Tuesday, September 25, 2018,12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being
You know sleep is important for your health, but how do you balance getting enough sleep with being a college student? This program will help you rethink your sleep patterns and learn how much sleep you actually need to be successful.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive outcome from getting adequate sleep.
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive behavior change they can make to improve their sleep routine.

Financial Success
Monday, October 8, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room A of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by the OU Credit Union and the Office for Student Involvement
Finances can be stressful. Join the OU Credit Union as they teach students financial tips and tricks of handling finances, student loans, credit cards and more. The OU Credit Union training staff will help set you up for financial success this academic year and answer any of those stressful money questions.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand key financial terms
  • Implement financial strategies
  • Articulate an awareness of financial services available to students

One Person, A Thousand Feelings
Thursday, October 11, 2018, 2 – 3 p.m.
Gold Room B of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by the OU Counseling Center and University Recreation and Well-Being
Regulating emotions as a college student may be difficult to manage after a full week of classes, work, and other personal obligations. However, the benefits of having emotional regulation include cultivating self-awareness of one's emotions, developing a sense of emotional intelligence, and promoting inner peace. Learn how to identify, understand and regulate personal emotions through various practices and strategies.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive coping strategy to implement for emotional regulation
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive benefit to regulating their emotions

Gen Z - Who are You and How do You Fit in the Workplace?
Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Lake Huron Room of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Carol Anne Ketelsen, Career Consultant with Career Services
Today, there are six generations in most workplaces working together. If you were born in 1995 or after, you are part of the newest generation, Gen Z. What are the social scientists saying about YOUR generation? Your employers and faculty are “Baby Boomers”, “Gen X” or even “Traditionalists.” Who are they? What do they expect of you in the classroom and workplace?

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discover who Gen Z is and what the social scientists know about you so far
  • Understand the five other generations in the workplace today
  • Learn the communication style and work ethic of the different styles
  • Examine generational strengths and weaknesses
  • Explore ways for us all to belong and work together

Leading with Your Values
Monday, October 22, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room A of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Jeremy Heinlein with the Office for Student Involvement
Leaders often have to make difficult decisions, but how do they make the right one? This interactive workshop will help you enhance your leadership skill set, discover your core values, and learn how these values help guide your decisions as a leader. After this workshop, you’ll be able to lead with confidence on campus and beyond.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand what is a core value
  • Learn your personal core values
  • Understand how core values impact your leadership style

Build Your Network to Build Your Career
Monday, October 22, 2018, 5 – 6 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Mark Guthrie, SECS '86 SBA '91 - Information Systems and Services , Infrastructure and Operations Consultant at AM General in partnership with the Office of Alumni Engagement
Do you know how to network? Do you have a sponsor or mentor, and where can you find one? Exactly what are the skills and experiences that you should emphasize to land that critical internship or dream job? Attend this session and network with a successful OU Alumni who will answer all these questions and more!

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be comfortable in knowing how to outreach to professional mentors and explain the difference between a sponsor and a mentor
  • Students will be able to share resources on how they can personally grow their professional network
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal career readiness and competencies from pulling from current employment, involvement, and classroom experiences after participating in this workshop

Mistake Monday Series featuring OU Alum Stacie R. Behler
Monday, October 29, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
The Habitat of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being and Alumni Engagement
Let failure be your fuel! Join OU Alum Stacie R. Behler, Group Vice President, Public Affairs and Communications for Meijer, as she shares her biggest mistake and reflects on how it ultimately shaped her success today. This will be a candid presentation followed up by a limited opportunity to ask questions and talk further with Stacie.

Sneak peak: "My biggest mistake - one so bad that Ted Nugent called to tell me to F-off."

Aceing the Interview
Monday, October 29, 2018, 2 – 3 p.m.
Gold Room B of the Oakland Center

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Presented by Kelly Dorner, Director, Internal Operations with Career Services
Learn how to wow potential employers through in-person, phone, and Skype interviews. Join an expert from Career Services for hands-on practice and tips. This workshop is geared toward students preparing to interview for on-campus jobs, internships, or full-time employment.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Prepare to answer common interview questions about your professional profile
  • Respond to behavioral interview questions using the S.T.A.R. method
  • Make a great first impression with interviewers
  • Conduct appropriate post-interview follow up

Discovering Your True Colors
Tuesday, October 30, 2018, 2 – 3 p.m.
Gold Room B of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by the School of Health Sciences Advising Office
Ever wonder why it's easier to work with some people and not others? True Colors is a personality assessment that will help you better understand your personality temperament and that of others. Knowing more about personality temperament gives insight into different motivations, actions, and communication approaches — extremely useful knowledge for surviving college.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will identify how their perspective affects relationships and communication with others
  • Students will learn how to communicate effectively as a member of a team
  • Students will be able to adapt in their ability to interact with others

The Importance of Emotional Leadership
Monday, November 5, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room A of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Jessie Hurse in partnership with the Office for Student Involvement
Managing relationships can be difficult. A good leader takes inventory of their feelings and the feelings of other group members. Whether you’re working on a group project, sitting in class, or working at your job, your emotions and feelings play a major role in impacting group dynamics. Assistant Dean Jessie Hurse will lead an interactive workshop helping students understand the importance of relationship management, emotional intelligence, and learn how to effectively use it in all settings on campus to be a more effective leader.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the role emotions play in group dynamics
  • Learn how to use emotions as an effective leadership tool
  • Learn techniques to manage interpersonal relationships with emotional intelligence

Having an Attitute of Gratitude
Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

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Presented by Terry Dibble, Special Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences in partnership with University Recreation and Well-Being
Want to improve your well-being? Change your attitude and practice gratitude. This program will teach you what gratitude looks like and how it can benefit you and those around you.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive outcome from practicing gratitude
  • Participants will be able to name at least two of the characteristics of gratitude

Build Your Network to Build Your Career
Thursday, November 8, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Dr. Douglas Templeton, SECS '76 '79 '86 Technical Consultant at DWT, Consulting in Partnership with the Office of Alumni Engagement
Do you know how to network? Do you have a sponsor or mentor, and where can you find one? Exactly what are the skills and activities that you should emphasize to be competitive and land that critical internship or dream job? Attend this session and network with a successful OU Alumni who will answer all these questions and more.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be comfortable in knowing how to outreach to professional mentors and explain the difference between a sponsor and a mentor
  • Students will be able to share resources on how they can personally grow their professional network
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal career readiness and competencies from pulling from current employment, involvement, and classroom experiences after participating in the mandatory Connect I Mentor I Network session

Mistake Monday Series featuring Head Men’s Basketball Coach Greg Kampe
Monday, November 12, 2018, 12 – 1 p.m.
“The Habitat” of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being and OU Athletics
Let failure be your fuel! Join OU's Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Greg Kampe, as he shares his biggest mistake and reflects on how it ultimately shaped his success today. This will be a candid presentation, followed up by a limited opportunity to ask questions and talk further with Coach Kampe.

Sneak peek: "The band Queen sang ‘bad mistakes, I’ve made a few’ . . . I wish I had only made a few. My mistakes have helped shape me as a professional."

Do You Have What Employers Want?
Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 2 – 3 p.m.
Lake Huron Room of the Oakland Center

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Presented by Jess Tess-Navarro, Career Consultant with Career Services
What employers want is not a secret! Come to this session to learn about the skills needed in order to be competitive in the workplace. Through guided activities, participants will better understand how their skills fit into a career, as well as, what skills they need to continue developing in order to achieve their professional goals.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Discover the eight career skill sets that employers seek when hiring new talent
  • Evaluate which skills need to be further developed versus those which are personal/professional strengths
  • Develop specific ideas on how to deepen abilities in a skill area
  • Learn how Career Services can assist students in gaining new skill sets

LGBTQ+ 101
Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 5 – 6 p.m.
Lake Huron Room of the Oakland Center

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Presented by Blake Bonkowski in partnership with the Gender and Sexuality Center and the Center for Multicultural Initiatives
LGBTQ+ 101 serves as an introduction to LGBTQ+ identities and experiences, and systems of oppression related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. This program provides participants with specific knowledge, skills, and guidance around LGBTQ+ exclusivity and equity, which can be applied to their personal, social, and professional lives.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will increase their comfort with, and knowledge of, LGBTQ+ identities, experiences, and related concepts
  • Participants will be able to communicate with LGBTQ+ people about their identities and experiences in an affirmative and empathetic manner
  • Participants will gain a better understanding of the diversity within the LGBTQ+ community and the concept of intersectionality

Meditation and Mindful Movement for Success
Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 3 – 4 p.m.
Gold Room B of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being
Finals are coming! Practice focusing your mind and creating a stronger mind-body connection with techniques that can reduce anxiety during exams and other stressful situations. Participants should dress to move comfortably and bring a yoga mat or towel.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will be able to identify at least one positive outcome from practicing meditation
  • Participants will learn at least one technique they feel comfortable utilizing in future stressful situations

Build Your Network to Build Your Career
Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 5 – 6 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Taylor Van Dyke, SECS '15 SBA '17 Digital Manufacturing Engineer at FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in partnership with the Office of Alumni Engagement
Do you know how to network? Do you have a sponsor or mentor, and where can you find one? Exactly what are the skills and activities that you should emphasize to be competitive and land that critical internship or dream job? Attend this session and network with a successful OU Alumni who will answer all these questions and more.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be comfortable in knowing how to outreach to professional mentors and explain the difference between a sponsor and a mentor
  • Students will be able to share resources on how they can personally grow their professional network
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal career readiness and competencies from pulling from current employment, involvement, and classroom experiences after participating in the mandatory Connect I Mentor I Network session

You've Made a LinkedIn. Now, What?
Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 2 – 3 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Jess Tess-Navarro, Career Consultant with Career Services
Most students have heard they need to get on LinkedIn ... but don’t know what to do with it! Join this workshop to become LinkedIn savvy and brand yourself as a professional student with unique strengths and skills. Leverage your virtual network via LinkedIn toward career success, whatever the goal. Appropriate for students with or without a LinkedIn account.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn how to make an attractive, professional student profile
  • Find out who to network with on LinkedIn and when to send connection requests
  • Discover features on LinkedIn that can assist with career exploration
  • Explore company pages and search/apply for job opportunities

I Heart Values
Thursday, February 7, 2019, 2 – 3 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by the School of Health Sciences Advising Office
If someone asked you to explain why you do what you do, would you be able to provide an answer? Values Cards are a great tool for discovering your core values and for reflecting how values play a role in the way you live your life. Come learn more about who you are, what you care about, and how your values impact you as a leader.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will recognize own values and those of others
  • Students will identify how their perspective affects relationships and communication with others
  • Students will identify the importance of values

Becoming an Innovative Thinker
Monday, March 4, 2019, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

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Presented by Jess Tess-Navarro, Career Consultant with Career Services
Many fields and industries are seeking talent who can prove themselves to be “innovative/creative thinkers.” Join this workshop to practice concept-mapping as an activity to develop the innovative mind and break down “creativity” as something concrete and accessible to anyone. Concept-mapping can be done tech-free or with online tools, per user-preference.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Define creative/innovative thinking as it may apply to any workplace setting
  • Discover free, online tools to use for concept-mapping
  • Create a concept-map to think about current career goals

Women's Panel
Friday, March 8, 2019, 12 – 1 p.m.
Lake Huron Room of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by the Center for Multicultural Initiatives and the Gender and Sexuality Center
Join us for a discussion about women and power. The panelists will focus on women’s leadership as it relates to various social movements.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Participants will gain understanding of current social movements
  • Participants will understand how to have agency within social movements
  • Participants will identify ways to translate social activism to the workplace

Mistake Monday Finale featuring Dr. Ora Pescovitz, President, Oakland University
Monday, March 11, 2019, 12 – 1 p.m.
“The Habitat” of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by University Recreation and Well-Being
Let failure be your fuel! Join President Pescovitz as she shares her biggest mistake and reflects on how it ultimately shaped her success today. This will be a candid presentation followed up by a limited opportunity to ask questions and talk further with Dr. Pescovitz.

Build Your Network to Build Your Career
Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C of the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Colby Haan, SECS '16 Program Engineer at Faurecia in partnership with the Office of Alumni Engagement
Do you know how to network? Do you have a sponsor or mentor, and where can you find one? Exactly what are the skills and activities that you should emphasize to be competitive and land that critical internship or dream job? Attend this session and network with a successful OU Alumni who will answer all these questions and more.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be comfortable in knowing how to outreach to professional mentors and explain the difference between a Sponsor and a Mentor.
  • Students will be able to share resources on how they can personally grow their professional network.
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal career readiness and competencies from pulling from current employment, involvement, and classroom experiences after participating in the mandatory Connect I Mentor I Network session

How to be an A+ Intern
Thursday, April 4, 2019, 12 – 1 p.m.
Gold Room C in the Oakland Center

Register HERE!

Presented by Jess Tess-Navarro, Career Consultant with Career Services
Learn how to shine in your future internship by participating in a Q&A with our A+ Internship Panel of current students and alumni. Panelists will share how they took full advantage of their internship experiences to showcase their strengths, learn and explore their industry, and network toward future opportunities. You’ll be prepared to bring your internship A-game after this workshop!

Learning Outcomes:
  • Hear what employers are looking for out of their intern talent and first impressions
  • Ask questions about the internship success of current students and alumni
  • Discuss strategies for turning internships into full-time offers
  • Find out how to learn and navigate company culture during an internship program
Golden Grizzlies Lead Events

Learning is doing! Don’t just attend workshops – get involved by attending a few of the many OU activities and events this year.

Intramural sports fall calendar – click here

Group exercise class fall schedule – click here

Friday, September 15 | Viernes 15 de Septiembre
Opening Ceremony:
Nicholas Valentino, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan
A Theory of Affective Agency: The Emotional Substrates of Electoral Support for Anti-Immigrant Policies in the Developed World
Oakland Room, Oakland Center | noon – 1 p.m.

Monday, September 18 | Lunes 18 de Septiembre
Panel on Hispanics and Civil Rights
Moderator: Adolfo Campoy
Representatives from: Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, South West Solutions and ACCESS.
Gold Rooms B & C, Oakland Center | noon – 2 p.m.

Saturday, September 23 | Sábado 23 de Septiembre
Community Service Project at Hispanic Outreach Center
Work alongside Hispanic Outreach Center students and mentors to prepare their facility and grounds for the fall. Lunch provided with a special appearance from the Grizz! Please sign up at oakland.edu/cmi/hhm.
Meet at the Hispanic Outreach Center, 76 Williams, Pontiac, MI | 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Friday, October 6 | Viernes 8 de Octubre
Ask the Latina | Pregunta a una Latina
Keynote Speaker: JoAnn Chavez
This conference will provide Latinas with decision making tools to utilize throughout their lives journey. Presentations on Health, Law, Finance, Business and Education will be offered in both Spanish and English. Pre-register at www.askthelatina.com | www.preguntaaunalatina.com
Free to OU students.
Banquet Rooms, Oakland Center | 8 a.m – 2 p.m.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 | Career Services Etiquette Dinner

Friday, October 27, 2017 | International Night Costume Party

Saturday, October 28 | Make a Difference Day

Friday, November 10 | RHA Presents Slam Poet Ashlee Haze