October 5-9, 2020
Schedule Your TRIO Meeting
We will be utilizing Microsoft Bookings to schedule these meetings. See the below video on how to utilize the Bookings system and connect to your meeting during your scheduled time with Microsoft teams. ***These meetings are VIRTUAL***
There are two things that need to be done BEFORE your meeting with TRIO SSP:
- A meeting (via appointment or email) with your academic advisor to have your Spring 2021 courses prepared or verified
- A Student Needs Assessment has been completed at least 48 hours before your semester meeting
**If these two criteria are not met before your meeting, we will need to cancel your appointment. You will be responsible for rescheduling a new meeting time.**
ALL TRIO SSP students will need to complete a semester meeting, including students who were admitted to the program Fall 2020. Failure to meet with a TRIO advisor for this meeting will result in a Academic Hold on your WMU account.
Once you are ready, book your appointment here: wmich.edu/triostudentsuccess/advising
Virtual Bronco Bash
4 to 7 p.m.
THIS Thursday, Oct. 8
- Virtual Bash is the digital adaption of Western Michigan University’s annual Bronco Bash celebration! Traditionally, the event spans the center of campus and introduces students and the local community to a wide array of clubs, organizations, fraternities, sororities, sports, local businesses, and WMU offices in a fun and exciting way!
We Talk Series
Women of Color and Political Influence
7 to 8 p.m.
THIS Thursday, Oct. 8
- Commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment—with which some women gained the right to vote—and learn about the key role of women of color in civic engagement, historically and currently in this panel presentation. A keynote address by Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins, author of the book, The Untold Story of Women of Color in the League of Women Voters, will open the panel. Hosted by WMU We Vote and the League of Women Voters of the Kalamazoo Area. Contact: Dr. Denise Keele. Program link goes live 15 minutes prior to the program.
Lean In to Difficult Conversations
4 to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 14
- Take part in the final program of the fall We Talk series with an interactive experience exploring civil discourse in today’s volatile political climate. The program opens with the highlights of a TED Talk featuring Zachary Wood, a national speaker who probes "Why it’s worth listening to people you disagree with.” Breakout discussions will follow. Access the program link 15 minutes prior to the presentation.
Learn more about We Talk and find program links to connect to these events here: https://wmich.edu/wetalk