The Center for Sustainability and Wellness & Sports Sciences Department Present
Growing Cities Film Screening 6pm in SMC Multipurpose Room
Free and open to all followed by discussion and Q&A session.
- Film Screening and Discussion of Constitution USA with Peter Sagal
- Voter Registration
- Free Speech Wall
- Constitutional Conversation and ice cream sundae bar
- ADA Conference
- PA Senator Folmer discussion Senate Bill 1182: The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Act
- Find out more on the Constitution Week Webpage
September 17th-18th ADA Anniversary Celebration
The ADA Legacy Tour will be at Millersville. Events include
- Disability Film Fest
- A 40-year perspective on the disability rights movement by Tom Olin, the iconic disability rights photographer
- History of the ADA and future CRPD Treaty success by Judith Heumann, longtime disability rights leader
- Lunch accompanied by Songs of Freedom by Johnny Crescendo
- Thanks for the Memories but This is What's Important to Us: a four-member panel of ADA generation activists
- Directing the newly founded Disability Student Union at MU and finding its organizing voice, by Robin Stephens and more
Nation Wide information: http://www.adalegacy.com/ada25/ada-legacy-tour
At Millersville: For more information and to register check out the website.
September 24 Campus Sustainability Day
October 20th Congress to Campus- Free pizza, Policy & Politics Event
Free pizza, salad, and dessert buffet. Meet and converse with two former members of the US Congress. Bring your questions! Bring a friend! 4pm-7pm in the University Room, Bolger Conference Center/Gordinier Hall
November 4th Election Day
Register to vote, request an absentee ballot, sign up for reminders to vote on Election Day, November 4th at mu.turbovote.org. If you are interested in being a paid poll worker on November 4th, please contact email@example.com or come to the Huntingdon House across from the SMC.
International Policy Conference November 6th and 7th, 2014
2014 International Policy Conference
Inequality: Defining our Time?
November 6-7th Bolger Conference Center at Gordinier Hall
Issues of equality continue to be a focus in America and the world stage. Come learn and discuss about why/if inequality matters for you. Session information coming soon!
The Civic and Community Engagement holds regular events. To see some details of our past events, click here.
- Past Center for Public Scholarship and Social Change Events
- Hassina Sherjan- Aid Afghanistan for Education
- David Kennedy, Author of Don't Shoot
- Reflect and Connect
- Past Center for Sustainability Events
- Food Day
- Sustainability Conference
- Past Walker Center Events
- Congress to Campus
- Constitution Day
- Soul of A Citizen Author
- Past Policy Conference
- Past Distinguished Civic Leadership Award Winners and Past Distinguished Civic Leadership Award Keynote Presenters