Community Reflection takes place on Fridays from 11:05-11:45am in Stetson Chapel.
Fall Quarter 2023
Week 1, Friday, September 15
Ways and Why we Engage—It is essential that we partake fully in our communities, especially in politically charged times. Come learn how you can participate in creating equitable, joyful community with the Center for Civic Engagement.
Week 2, Friday, September 22
MythBusters: Religious People –Is it true that most K students aren’t religious? Do religious students reject science? What counts as religious and what is spiritual? Sponsored by the Interfaith Student Leaders
Week 3, Friday, September 29
Introducing the Strategic Plan — How does the college prepare graduates to better understand and live in a complex world? How does the institution live out it’s values as an employer and an educator? Gather for this community engagement regarding where we are and where we are going as we live together on this fair arcadian hill. Sponsored by the Dean of Students, Malcolm Smith and Provost, Danette Ifert Johnson.
Week 4, Friday, October 6
Asking for Help—It can be scary to ask for help, especially when you are new and faculty office hours are intimidating. Yet, we all exist in an ‘economy of help’–one person to another. Come learn more. Sponsored by Professors Dani Arias-Rotondo & Quincy Thomas.
Week 5, Friday, October 13
Fall Break Day —No Community Reflection
Week 6, Friday, October 20
Intimate Partner Violence Awareness—October is Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month. We will remember those in our community who face violence as well as the history of K’s own struggle to become a place free of violence. Sponsored by SPEAK and Religious and Spiritual Life
Week 7, October 27
Conflict & Communication—Most of us hate conflict, but without it, we can’t get what we need. Learn how to engage in productive conflict and practice a skill that will serve you throughout your life.
Week 8, Friday, November 3
Honors Day Convocation—This service is a time to present special awards to students for their accomplishments in a particular area during the previous academic year. Please come and support your fellow students as they receive their awards.
Week 9, Friday, November 10
Resilience— Hear faculty, staff and students talk about their experiences of failure and rejection and what they learned from those experiences. Sponsored by Religious and Spiritual Life
Week 10, Friday, November 17
Transgender Day of Remembrance Service— A service to memorialize those murdered as a result of anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. Sponsored by Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership and Religious and Spiritual Life
Community Reflection Application
Interested in applying for a week of Community Reflection time? APPLY HERE