The 3D Series is a campus-wide collaboration to have engaging and thought-provoking dialogue on Thursdays at 6 pm in the Davidson Room of the Memorial Center (unless noted otherwise). All events are open to the IWU campus community.

Fall 2018 3D Programs 

  • September 6 - Ianne Fields Stewart - A Dying Breed   

     

  • September 13 - Human Rights Workshop  

     

  • September 20 - Diversity Progress Report  

     

  • Sept. 25 (Special Day) - Denice Frohman     

    7 p.m. in the Young Main Lounge

     

  • October 8 - Keith Night  

     

  • October 11 - Race and Reconciliation in South Africa  

     

  • October 25 - Amy Funk - "Discussing the Nuances of Racism Through the Power of Story"   

     

  • November  1 - Latinx Heritage Month  

     

  • November 5 - Spatial Injustices: Racial Segregation & the Ironic Mobile Barriers of Public Transportation  

     Location TBD

  • November 15 - The International Student Experience at IWU  

     

  • November 29 - Kwanzaa Dinner  

     

  • December 6 - Light the Night  

     

Fall 2018 Poli-Talks Programs 

The Poli-Talks Series was created in spring 2017 to provide an on-going opportunity for students, faculty and staff members to discuss current political and cultural issues. The discussions are structured in a manner that allows program participants to share their thoughts, opinions and feelings and welcomes multiple perspectives and viewpoints. Poli-Talks take place on Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. in the Davidson Room of the Memorial Center (unless noted otherwise).

  • September 19th - Are National Parks Evil? Exploring Environmental Advocacy in South East Asia.   

     Presented by Tera Wilson '20

  • October 17th - Pay Inequality Between the Sexes  

     Sponsored by F:EM , Feminism: Equality Matters

  • November 14th - Exploring Racial Identity Development  

    Presentation by Kwame Patterson, Dir. of ODI