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Week of June 8, 2020
SBA General Notice
The 2020-2021 SBA Executive Board has chosen to begin a few months early to help maintain a sense of community and preserve student representation during Summer 2020. Email us!
Org on the Horizon: The Art and Cultural Property Law Society
ACPLS is a student-run organization that is committed to promoting the study of art, museum, and cultural heritage law and preparing students for practice in these fields. Please sign up here if you are interested in becoming a member of ACPLS. Board elections will be held later this summer.
It’s Survey Season!
Student Org Roll call: SBA seeks to update our records on existing active organizations and their newly elected board members. This survey will impact student organization funding and communications. The deadline to complete the survey: Monday, June 15, 2020.
Campus Caregiver Survey: Please complete this survey by Monday, June 15, 2020 if you are a caregiver or expect to become a caregiver while enrolled. This survey will determine whether there exists a need for caregiver resources and help us evaluate which kind of resources will best serve the student caregiver community. Please keep in mind caregivers include students who provide care for their family members or loved ones: this is not just limited to students who are parents.
Feedback on last Friday’s Community Dialogue on Pain and Protests: All students – whether you attended the community dialogue or not – are welcome to complete this survey by Monday, June 15, 2020. This is a tool to help us understand how to serve you better and strengthen our community – especially during this time of social distancing and remote learning.
This word cloud was created from the text responses shared during the Community Dialogue titled “Pain and Protests” and encompasses how our C-K Community is feeling during this time.
SBA is thankful for the openness and honesty that took place during the dialogue, and remains hopeful for Chicago-Kent as we continue to work together to grow and become better allies.
From the Library
Don’t forget the library provides free Procertas accounts to all students. This tool is designed by lawyers for lawyers and includes short training videos and self-testing with sample legal documents.
Have a tricky document to edit for work and forgot a step? Want to refresh your skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Acrobat? Brushing up your LinkedIn profile and want to document your basic tech skills? Procertas can help.
Go through their modules to review specific skills and tips or complete a set of lessons to get certified. Forgot your Procertas login or how to access it? Contact dginsberg.