2017 Frueauff Closing Conference

2017 Frueauff Closing Conference 2017-08-09T14:24:33+00:00

July 29 & 30, 2017

Washington and Lee University
Full agenda for meetings, conference & symposium, pdf, as of 29 July

As of 29 July 2017

Saturday, July 29 – Arrival in Lexington, VA

Time Agenda
3:00-9:00pm Interns Check-in, Gaines Hall, Washington & Lee University.
5:30-7:00pm Dinner at the Marketplace for Interns and Faculty/Staff not attending SHECP Council Meeting (W&L, Elrod Commons)
6:30-7:30pm Launching the weekend Chalk-Talk, Alan Tinkler, University of Vermont (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
7:30-8:45pm Open-Space Conversations (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
Saturday afternoon
thru Sunday
Interns are invited to reflect on their summer experience in a creative setting in the Center for Global Learning Room 134.

 

Sunday, July 30 – Frueauff Closing Conference

Time Agenda
7:45-9:00am Intern Breakfast (W&L, Elrod Commons, Marketplace- Lower Level)
8:15-9:00am Student-led Ecumenical Worship Opportunity (W&L, Elrod Commons, Living Room)
9:15-9:30am Welcome and Orientation to Closing Conference (W&L, Elrod Commons, Stackhouse Theater – Lower Level ) Welcome by Brant J. Hellwig, Dean and Professor of Law, Washington and Lee School of Law. Convener: Amy DeHart, SHECP
9:45-11:00am Intern Reports – Session One, Moderators (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
11:10-11:40am Interns Meet with Internship Directors (DuPont/CGL Room #s)
11:45am-1:00pm Lunch (Marketplace, W&L)
1:15-2:30pm Intern Reports – Session Two, Moderators (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
2:45-4:00pm Intern Reports Session Three, Moderators (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
4:00-4:30pm Break (with snacks) and Reflection
4:45-6:00pm Intern Reports – Session Four, Moderators (DuPont Hall: Ruscio Center for Global Learning, W&L)
6:30-8:00pm Banquet (Center for Leadership and Ethics, Marshall Hall, Virginia Military Institute). Open seating – meet someone new.

Remarks by Sarah Farmer, Berea College 2005, Research Fellow, Yale Divinity School

Monday, July 31

SHECP Symposium Criminal Justice, Poverty, and Race at Marshall Hall, Center for Leadership and Ethics, Virginia Military Institute.

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