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Restorative Justice in the Age of #MeToo Conference


Restorative Justice in the Age of #MeToo Conference
November 29, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
UHD Welcome Center

This conference will introduce students - both women and men - to the principles of Restorative Justice by shedding light on sexual harassment and sexual assault in the #MeToo age for the purpose of educating and empowering students to be agents of change in their communities.

New Students Who Enroll Full Time at UHD and Attend This Conference Are Eligible for UHD CHSS Scholarships (certain requirements must be met).

Please register to attend.

Contact Assistant Dean Crystal Guillory at guillorycry@uhd.edu for more information.


Program

9:00 am - 10:15 am - Welcome / Keynote Speakers
10:30 am- 11:45 am -  Concurrent Morning Panels:

  • 1. UHD Advising - hosted by UHD Advising Staff
  • 2. Social Work – Criminal Justice - hosted by UHD Faculty
  • 3. Psychology and Law - hosted by UHD Faculty

11:45 am - 12:45 pm -  Lunch / UHD Student Affairs Presentations
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Concurrent Afternoon Panels:

  • 1. Bayou View - UHD Literary Magazine - hosted by UHD Students and Alumni
  • 2. UHD Advising - hosted by UHD Advising Staff

2:15 pm -  Adjourn


2018 CHSS Conference Recruitment Scholarships

​Undergrad
Yes
​Graduate
No
​GPA Min.
2.0
​Status
Varies
No. of Awards
Varies
Award Amt.
$2,000
Deadline
Nov. 29, 2018

Eligibility: Prospective transfer students who attend the “Restorative Justice in the Age of #MeToo” conference on November 29, 2018 – and are admitted into UHD; declare a CHSS major; and complete 12 Semester Credit Hours in Spring 2019 and register for 6 semester credit hours during Summer 2019— will be eligible to receive $2,000 to be applied to expenses associated with coursework. This money will be applied to their account at the start of the May 2019 term. To receive the funds, students must be in good academic and financial standing.

OR

Prospective First Time in College students who attend the “Restorative Justice in the Age of #MeToo” conference on November 29, 2018 – and are admitted into UHD; declare a CHSS major; and complete 12 Semester Credit Hours in Fall 2019 and register for 12 semester credit hours at the start of the Spring 2020 term—will be eligible to receive $2,000 to be applied to expenses associated with credit bearing coursework. To receive the funds, students must be in good academic and financial standing.

Prospective students who would like to register for the conference should contact the Assistant Dean of CHSS, Ms. Crystal Guillory.

Apply for Scholarship


Last updated 11/8/2018 7:08 AM