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    Academic Centers Workshops

    Wednesday, June 30, 2021 until Wednesday, July 21, 2021 Eastern Daylight Time

    Our Academic Centers prepare you to thrive at DePauw and beyond. In these Centers, you'll practice and expand what you've learned in the classroom, gaining experience while pursuing your passions and preparing to live and work in a diverse and global world. In addition to workshops and professional development opportunities that develop your technical and interpersonal skills, our centers will place you alongside DePauw alumni and other leaders in a diverse set of career paths including media, business & entrepreneurship, technology, social justice, ethics, and creativity. Learn more about the Centers at DePauw here
    Learn more about DePauw's Academic Centers by attending one or more of these virtual events. Session and workshop descriptions are included below.
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    Tenzer Technology Center - Attend an introductory data visualization workshop hosted by Mike Boyles, Director of the Tenzer Technology Center. You will learn about some of the most powerful computers and cutting-edge technology on campus. Following this workshop you can continue on your own, asynchronously, to participate in a visualization contest.
    McDermond CenterEntrepreneurship, Innovation & the Liberal Arts - This session will introduce students to the synergies of their liberal arts focus on critical thinking, effective creative writing, and verbal communication skills with the entrepreneurial mindset of creativity and problem-solving. Students will then work together to begin a lean canvas business model for a start-up idea that solves a current issue.
    Hubbard Center: Off-Campus Study - Learn about Semester-Long Study Abroad, Winter & May Term, and Summer Programs. Off-campus study provides an opportunity to gain a new perspective on your academic interests and to refine your potential career path. 
    Hartman Center for Civic Engagement: Servant Leadership -
    This workshop introduces a leadership style, Servant Leadership, that applies the best practices of community service. Attendees will reflect on their own experiences to better understand leadership and identify the ways in which they hope to grow as leaders.
    Hubbard Center for Student Engagement: Becoming A Better Leader - Becoming a Better Leader: Participants will be exposed to and reflect on three foundational mindsets and associated tools and practices that will help them "do better, look better, and connect better” on their never-ending leadership development journey at DePauw and beyond.
    Center for Diversity and Inclusion: Positionality and Service - 
    Becoming a Better Leader: Participants will be exposed to and reflect on three foundational mindsets and associated tools and practices that will help them "do better, look better, and connect better” on their never-ending leadership development journey at DePauw and beyond.  
    Hartman Center For Civic Engagement: How Identity and Bia Impact Community Engagement
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    We are at a critical point in history where the way we participate and shape systems in our society are at once addressing the high need and a call for change. This workshop will introduce participants to how identity and bias impact community engagement. The content, activity, and discussion will invite participants to grow their understanding of self and their own cultural rules.
    You are welcome to attend one or more of these virtual events which take place on Eastern Daylight Time.