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Two discussions on social dynamics around the University of Colorado campus were announced on Tuesday. This comes in response to the recently announced results of the campus climate survey and the sexual misconduct survey.
The results of these surveys left much to be desired, as 1,990 students experienced some form of sexual assault and only 38 percent of African-American undergraduates felt welcome on campus.
The discussions are supposed to be an open conversation about issues facing the students and how to possible solutions to address them. All students are welcome to attend and are encouraged to give their perspectives of these issues.
Each event is a panel-led discussion, with the first one focusing on social dynamic issues around the Boulder campus. It will be held on March 9 in the UMC Ballroom. It is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. and end at 4:30 p.m.
The next panel will take place on April 15 and will talk about social dynamics in the classroom. Located in UMC 235, the discussion is expected to start at 2 p.m. and last until 4 p.m.
Both of these panels are co-sponsored by the CU Student Government, the Boulder Faculty Assembly, and the Office of Faculty Affairs.