We will be including the upcoming SFE Webinars in the top section- we are so excited for you to participate and remain connected during these weeks on online classes!
Throughout the semester the office will be hosting webinars. Keep eye out here and on social media to see what opportunities are coming up. Please share these with officers and members you believe would benefit from them. We are excited to kick it off with the following webinars. Please RSVP at the links below.
You can't wash your anxiety away in 20-seconds: Mental Health & Self-care 101
Guest Host: Archie Messersmith-Bunting
Session: April 8th at 5:00 PM CST
Overview: Your social media feeds and the news are telling you to, “Just be calm,” and “Practice self-care.” But what does that even mean? In this interactive webinar, you’ll walk through what mental health best practices could look like in a time of high anxiety and uncertainty while learning some self-care best practices you can begin to use to improve your mood. You’ll also learn what research says about the science of happiness and what you need in your life to create happiness for yourself. Spoiler alert: Everything you need you've always had - you just might not have known it.
“He Named Me Malala” Netflix Watch Party for Circle of Sisterhood
Session: Thursday, April 9th from 6:00-8:00 PM CST
Overview: Interested in learning how access to education for women around the globe can positively impact the entire population? Have a Netflix account? Join the Collegiate Panhellenic Council to watch "He Named Me Malala," a story about a Pakastani teenager who was shot in the head for advocating for access to education for women and girls. Following the attack, Malala has become a champion for this cause and is now the youngest person to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. We will use this time to watch the movie and reflect on how we can use our voices to make a difference.
Lunch with Council Presidents
Session: Friday, April 10 at 12:00 PM CST
Overview: Ever wanted to eat lunch with a president? Ever wanted to learn about the four different councils in the community? Ever want to get to meet the council presidents? Now is your time. Get your lunch ready and join us to learn about the councils and get to know your fearless leaders.
If we can’t have formal, what can we do? How to maintain social connections while social distancing.
Session: Friday, April 3 at 2:00 PM CST
Overview: As humans we are weird to connect socially — and as sororities and fraternities, friendship is the core of who we are. This session will focus on ways we can still connect and be social with our chapters in a time of social distancing. All attendees will receive free resources for their chapters and a guidebook for planning and implementing impactful social events virtually.
Academic Support from the Writing and Media Center During Online Instruction
Session: Friday, April 3 at 11am CST
Overview: This session will focus on the updated resources and services available to students during online instruction in a conversation with the Writing and Media Center staff. Students will also receive tips and tricks for academic success.
Lessons on Leadership: A Senior Story
Session: Wednesday, April 1 at 4:00 - 5:00 PM CST
Overview: We bring so many life experiences to our leadership journey. Four years of college definitely influences our perspective on leadership. Join seniors, Micaela Choate and Deleigha Hodges, as they share some of their own journey in leadership and answer your questions in this moderated panel. This session will discuss qualities of good and bad leaders, explore differences between missteps and mistakes, and provide insight into resiliency.
That’s Impossible: Staying Engaged in the Community During Social Distancing
Session: Friday, March 27 at 12:00 – 1:30 PM CST
Overview: Service, education/awareness, and embodying a sense of community remains relevant to sororities and fraternities as operational structures shift during a period of social distancing. This session will discuss ideas and opportunities for continued community service, educational and awareness efforts, and contributing to the good of society at a time when it is most important through adopting a community mindset.
"My Philanthropy Event is Cancelled… Now What?”
Session: Thursday, March 26 at 12:00 – 1:30 PM CST
Overview: The causes to which our chapters are committed are still in need of substantial (and perhaps increased) monetary/item-based contributions during the COVID-19 outbreak. This session will provide strategies for the continued planning of fundraisers and other philanthropic efforts while practicing social distancing.
Session One: Tuesday, March 24 at 12:00 – 1:30 PM CST
Session Two: Wednesday, March 25 at 5:00- 6:30 PM CST
Overview: This session will focus on tactics you can use to remain connected with individuals your organization was recruiting before spring break and ways you can share your organizations story and benefits of membership virtually so prospective members still have the chance to learn about you.
Session One: Tuesday, March 24 at 5:00 – 6:30 PM CST
Session Two: Wednesday, March 25 at 12:00 – 1:30 PM CST
Overview: This session will be focused on how to keep members who recently joined, or are in the process of joining currently, engaged while we aren’t physically together. We will talk through how to continue member education for those joining and how continue a sense of brother, siblinghood, and sisterhood.