Join C-IDEA at an upcoming event and submit proposals for the upcoming RISE Conference.
Pet the Stress Away
Monday, Dec. 5
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Veterinary & Biomedical Education Complex (VBEC) Courtyard
KAMU and C-IDEA invite you to pet the stress away during finals and ahead of the release of the third season of the acclaimed series “All Creatures Great and Small.”
Come spend time with stress relief dogs from Aggieland Pets with a Purpose,
get free snacks, and pick up a goodie bag for your pets.
Additionally, KAMU will give one student, faculty, or staff attendee a free subscription to PBS Passport, the PBS’ digital library of extended on-demand content. The recipient can binge seasons one and two of “All Creatures Great and Small” ahead of the release of season three on Jan. 8, 2023.
RISE Program Proposals Due
Friday, Dec. 16
The Texas A&M Race Identity and Social Equity (RISE) program committee invites proposals for the fifth annual RISE Conference that will take place in the Memorial Student Center on Friday, March 24, 2023.
The RISE initiative provides a year-long research opportunity for undergraduate students at Texas A&M University, culminating with presentations of the research at the RISE Conference. The RISE Conference also seeks to provide opportunities for a campus-wide discussion around significant issues of race, identity, and social equity on campus, in the nation, and on a global scale.
Proposals for panels, individual papers, workshops, and alternative session formats that allow for audience participation and community engagement from faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduates are welcomed. All submissions should be completed electronically at tx.ag/RISE2023 and are due by December 16, 2022. To learn more about the RISE initiative, visit the RISE webpage.