at 325 N Wells St, Chicago, 60654 United States
CSSA is a central information point for TCSPP students. CSSA was founded to address various aspects of student life, which includes both personal and professional development, information resources, social outlets, as well as a voice for student concerns.
******************************************************** PRINCIPALS ******************************************************** TRANSPARENCY Make a concerted effort to inform all interested parties of our actions before actions are taken and provide information about why decisions have been made. COLLABORATION Operate as a bridge between the students and the administration. REPRESENTATION Every effort to represent the interests of the students represented should be taken. The CSSA should be committed to bringing the voices of students to all pertinent parties. COMMUNITY The CSSA should strive to always be inclusive of all people, races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, religious beliefs/lack of beliefs, ableness, residency status, military service, or any other important identity marker.
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Check it out! Campus Outlook for the events this week... “Machismo” Discussion Facilitated by Ian Nelson-Johnson and Tony McMahon Hosted by the Men’s Issues Group Wednesday, April 3, 12:00-12:50 pm, Room 4086 For more information, contact email@example.com Prejudice Against Children: A Psychodynamic Exploration of the Abandoned Child Archetype and Childism Presentation by Dr. Claude Barbre Hosted by the Center for Academic Excellence In conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness Month Wednesday, April 3, 12:00-12:50 pm, room 323 Please RSVP here: http://www.instant.ly/s/-79Ur Essentials of Therapist Wellness While Caring for Trauma Clients Presented by Dr. Kristin Kenefick Hosted by Community Partnerships In conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness Month Wednesday, April 3, 12:00-1:00 pm, room 720 By Air, By Land and By Sea: a Discussion of Immigration Experiences Facilitated by CMDS Fellow Yenny Avila Hosted by the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies Wednesday, April 3, 12:00-1:00 pm, Room 4082 (CMDS at the Mart) For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org “Mom is lying. Mom is hurting me. Please call the police.” Discussion of Chapter 9 of The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog Facilitated by Dr. Bianka Hardin Hosted by the Center for Academic Excellence In conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness Month Wednesday, April 3, 4:00-6:00 pm, room 4130 Learn more and register at: http://www.instant.ly/s/StCZu Building Multicultural Competency: Development, Training & Practice Lecture by Dr. Joseph L. White Hosted by Academic Affairs and the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies Wednesday, April 3, 5:00-6:30pm, rooms 407/412 Space at this event is limited – to reserve your seat, please RSVP here: http://josephlwhitelecture.eventbrite.com/ Dimensions of Black Psychology Workshop by Dr. Joseph L. White Hosted by Academic Affairs and the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Studies Thursday, April 4, 9:00-11:45am (followed by student lunch from Noon-1pm), rooms 407/412 Space at this event is limited – to reserve your seat, please RSVP here: http://josephlwhitelecture.eventbrite.com/ A Child’s Mark: Collaborative Installation Curated by Shyma el Sayed Hosted by the Center for Academic Excellence In conjunction with Child Abuse Awareness Month Ongoing, 9:00-6:00 Monday-Friday, Gallery 336 For more information, contact Katia Mitova at email@example.com
Midterms, and finals prep getting you down? Come unwind with free pizza, refreshments, and the movie Girl Interrupted on Nov 19th, from 4-7pm in room 412 of the wells building!
Do you like animals or are you interested in learning about using them in therapy? Come to our Animal Assisted Therapy Colloquium with Dr. Kerri Ronne, PsyD on Monday, Nov 18th from 12-12:50 p.m. in room 412 in the Wells building!!!
Have you heard about the fall social? This year the social will be held downtown at McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon on October 19th from 9 p.m. until midnight. Get your tickets early for $10 and at the door for $15! Same price for guest tickets. Hope to see you there!!!!
Thank you to everyone who came out to our suicide colloquia today! It was a great event. Keep an eye out to know when to come pick up Dr. Clark's presentation if you are interested.
Would you like to recognize a faculty member who has made a difference in your personal and professional development? We all have people in our professional lives who have made a huge difference in our lives and learning process. The Ted Rubenstein Award Committee would like to invite you to recognize that person by nominating that faculty member for the Ted Rubenstein Inspired Teaching Award. This award honors and recognizes the legacy of Dr. Ted Rubenstein who was a TCSPP graduate and faculty member who passed away on September 11, 2010. We are keeping his memory alive by establishing an annual award in his honor and promoting the qualities that we cherished in him. A group of students and faculty who knew Dr. Rubenstein held a meeting to talk about what qualities that Dr. Rubenstein embodied should be represented through the award. The two main traits that were immediately identified were "creative" and "impactful." Dr. Rubenstein' students remembered his classes as unique, challenging but fun, and enriching. He was patient and saw every student's potential. Dr. Rubenstein impacted the life of our community in a variety of ways but, most of all, he was an advocate for the students. He knew each of his students on a personal level and recognized everyone's individual interests. While always offering his support, he gave students the opportunity to explore and discover on their own. "He believed in us when we did not believe in ourselves," students state. "His passion for teaching was always evident and one could tell he truly enjoyed working with people." The recipient of the Inspired Teaching Award will be recognized at a meeting of the Faculty Council, receive a plaque and $500 . In addition, the names of this year's recipient and all future recipients of the award will be inscribed on a special wall hanging located outside the student lounge on the 5th floor at 325 N. Wells Street. The previous recipients of the award include Dr. Cynthia Langtiw (2013) and Dr. Drake Spaeth (2014). We would like to invite you to nominate a faculty member who embodies similar qualities. Please send a 1-2 page nomination letter to Dr. Cynthia Langtiw at CLangtiw@thechicagoschool.edu by April 3rd that highlights how the faculty member has made an impact in your life and professional development through their creativity, passion, and investment in their students. We have formed a Dr. Ted Rubenstein Inspired Teaching Award Committee comprised of faculty and students who will review all nominations and determine this year's award recipient and the award winner will be announced in June. Sincerely, The Ted Rubenstein Award Committee
Hope to see you at the social on Saturday! Remember that it is a POTLUCK!!! YUM YUM!
Just a quick reminder to buy your tickets for the fall social on the 19th at McFaddens! $10 if you buy them ahead of time for you and guests. $15 at the door. Click the link below to buy you tickets-- https://cssafall2013social.eventbrite.com/