2014-2015 Activity Calendar
- The Gift: LD/ADHD Reframed, April 23, 9am-12pm, Medford Library's Large Meeting Room
The Diversity Programming Board at RCC is hosting an exciting conference called The Gift: LD/ADHD Reframed on Thursday, April 23 from 9:00am – 12:00pm, at the Medford Library's Large Meeting Room. Key goals will be to empower students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities (LD) issues to self-advocate, and to inspire their families, peers, and teachers to become partners in the students' educational journey.
The keynote speaker will be Jonathan Mooney, a writer and activist who because of his learning disabilities and ADHD did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. Today, he is a graduate of Brown University and holds an honors degree in English Literature. With the publication of Learning Outside the Lines, Mooney established himself as one of the foremost leaders in LD/ADHD, disabilities, and alternative education. Jonathan and an RCC student panel will help conference attendees better relate to the problems and opportunities associated with LD/ADHD, and challenge participants to consider a progressive view of learning and intelligence.
The program will be enlightening for students, faculty, and staff. Given that so many students have these concerns, we urge RCC faculty members to come and to encourage their students to attend. Seating will be limited to the first 200. For more info, contact Andrew Childress, Ext. 7692.
Free Discussion about the State of Marriage - The Tuesday, April 28th, events are part of Oregon Humanities’ statewide Conversation Project, and are hosted by Rogue Community College (RCC) in Medford and Grants Pass.
This is the focus of “Something Old, Something New: Exploring the State of Marriage,” a free conversation with Leslie Dunlap on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, from 9:30- 11:00 a.m. in the Medford Library’s large meeting room, 205 S. Central Ave, Medford; and from 1:30-3:00 p.m. in the RCC Redwood Campus Student Lounge, 3345 Redwood Highway, Grants Pass. Dunlap is an assistant professor of history at Willamette University, where she teaches courses on the history of women, families, sexuality, and social movements in the United States. She earned a doctorate in history from Northwestern University and is working on a book on women’s efforts to reform men, marriage, and the state in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
For more information about this free community discussion in Grants Pass please contact Jenny Jackson at 541-956-7128 or email@example.com and for the Medford event contact Melissa Merryman at 541-245-7727 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Advocacy/Diversity Training – Winter Term. Date/Time/Place TBD
- Human Library Redwood and Riverside Campuses – May 12 at the Medford Library and May 13 at the Redwood Campus Library
- Disabilities/Celebrating Abilities – Winter/Spring. Date/Time/Place TBD
- Diversifying Our Food System – Panel/Film – April. Date/Time/Place TBD
- Body Empowerment. Date/Time/Place TBD.
- Diversity Climate Survey. Spring