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Spring 2018 BA Liberal Studies Senior Symposium

May 31 @ 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

free

You are invited to join our BA in Liberal Studies graduating senior students as they present their program research and creative projects for graduation at theSpring 2018 BA in Liberal Studies Senior Symposium.

See below for the schedule of events.

11:00 a.m.

Jacob Meier

Re-Mythologizing Psychic Wounds -Room 202

By examining the origin and dynamics of deep emotional and psychological wounds, individuals can amend their personal mythology, creating a new lens on life. Jacob explores the notion that those who ‘re-mythologize out of their wounds’ can bring healing to themselves and acquire unique abilities to promote healing in others.

12:00 p.m.

Tiffany Hakim

LOVE HER, FIRST – Room 202

Join Tiffany as she shares with you her journey of the creation and facilitation of her own group for female youthLOVE HER, FIRST. This group highlights the importance of self-love and implements core factors such as self-care and positive self-affirmations while also discussing the ways society effects body image.

1:00 p.m.

Austin Cresap

Elder Sex: Talking Healthy Sex with Seniors – Room 202

Sex is a large part of our lives that does not change as we get older. Austin will explore the common misconceptions and prejudices surrounding sex and aging, burning questions from the elderly and how to own your sexuality as we age.

2:00 p.m.

Jennifer Bell

Once Upon a Brutal Patriarchy – Room 202

It is commonly understood that women and girls, and those who identify as such, experience systemic patterns of discriminatory treatment and expectations. Through the medium of personal story, Jennifer will identify the ways in which a diverse group of women close to her have been so similarly affected by injustices.

3:00 p.m.

Jeff Wright

Vomit On My Converse: Addiction, Connection, and Change – Room 202

Addiction touches all of us, either personally or through someone we love. Jeff will describe his experience emerging from the torment of addiction and explore some of the newer models for support, including Refuge and SMART recovery, and compare them to the traditional twelve-step approach.

4:00 p.m.

Toqa Khalif

Post-Conflict Trauma: The Egyptian Youth – Room 202

Toqa shares her own experience and explores the long-term collective trauma caused by nationwide conflicts. Specifically, she focuses on the emotional and psychological impact on the youth involved in the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the aftermath.

5:00 p.m.

Helen Morrison

Swimming in the Parking Lot – Room 202

Helen examines education as it pertains to the treatment of children with disabilities. She will provide a framework for inclusion in our public schools as necessary for the growth of all our children and communities. Her passion for inclusion is driven by her personal journey raising a child with multiple disabilities.

6:00 p.m.

Dahkotahv BeckhĂ­_m

Not Shawshank Redemption, But Like It – Room 202

Have you ever wondered how many young people captivated by institutions find themselves homeless upon their discharge? Join Dahkotahv as he explores the reality of a broken system that over 670,000 young people in our country are facing.

7:00 p.m.

Alana Franklin

Before and After: My Body Image Makeover – Room 202

Alana will take us on her journey developing a deepened understanding of the personal and social implications body image. Cultivating a positive body image is a practice of disrupting shame and comparison and replacing it with compassion and acceptance.

8:00 p.m.

Tracy Young

Thank Full: Imagining a New Paradigm of Gratitude – Room 202

Thanksgiving is considered the most American of holidays, yet its historical origins are rooted in the colonizing of land and the decimation of Indigenous peoples. Contemporary Thanksgiving celebrations often center on food consumption, football-watching and “avoiding politics” instead of expressions of gratitude. Tracy applies multiple lenses from the Liberal Arts to examine and re-imagine the ritual of thanks giving.

Christina Elderkin

Connecting, Serving, and Empowering our Service Learning Community – Room 221A

Christina’s passion for conservation and environmental stewardship has led her to explore regional service learning organizations and their different program methods and participant experiences toward the strengthening, connection, and empowerment of environmental citizenship in Seattle.

Details

Date:
May 31
Time:
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Cost:
free

Venue

Antioch University Seattle
2400 3rd Ave #200
Seattle, WA 98121 United States
Phone:
(888) 268-4477