Values Day 2012
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012
One of the university's strategic goals is to Increase Awareness and Understanding of Stetson's Core Values, and our Strategic Map's foundation rests on Deepening the Way We Live Our Core Values. Values Day is designed to continue dialogue, have a stronger appreciation and understanding of the university's core values. It's a day of celebration, learning and growing.
For questions regarding Values Day, please contact Chris Kandus at email@example.com or 386.822.7200.
Students: Please note that Values Day is also an opportunity for you to receive cultural credit. You can earn a maximum of 3 cultural credits for attending the various programs throughout Values Day (Keynote Address = 1 credit; Choose Your Own Adventure Session= 1 credit; Work Group Session =1 credit). When you arrive at Values Day, you will receive a passport where you can you document the cultural credits that you have earned.
Welcome and Schedule Overview (Lee Chapel)
Dr. Wendy B. Libby
Values Defined- Process- Outcome
Associate Professor Emily Mieras and Vice President Christopher Kandus
Remarks and Introduction of Values Co-Chairs
Professor Bob Sitler, Values Chair
Ranjini Thaver, Associate Professor of Economics and Danielle Sanderson
Keynote Address (Lee Chapel)
Community Lunch- Commons and Outdoors
Club and organization tables will be set up throughout the lunch area.
Students will use meal plan. Faculty, staff and commuters are complimentary.
Choose Your Own Adventure
Work Groups (Led by Values Co-Chairs)
Personal Growth (Lee Chapel)
Global Citizenship (Rinker Auditorium, LBC)
Intellectual Development (Stetson Room, CUB)
Report Back, Closing Remarks and Discussion of the Future (Stetson Room, CUB)