October 30, 2020, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM
With Ashley Artist, Fitness Coordinator for Recreation Services, nicci port, Project Director for Diversity & Inclusion and Gender & Sexual Diversity Initiatives, Michelle Roling M.Ed., LMHC, CEDS-S , exhibition guest curator and Senior Staff Therapist , Counseling Services and Alison St. Germain MS, RD,LD Associate Clinical Professor, Dietetics Internship Program
Engage further with the newest reACT exhibition Body Image Conflict: From Hostility to Harmony by attending a panel discussion. Four members of the campus community from different areas of expertise will share their thoughts on the exhibition, topics of body image more generally and share information about available campus resources. This lively conversation will allow the audience to ask questions as well as hear and learn from the panelists.
The program will also be recorded and later available on the University Museums' YouTube Channel.
The reACT Exhibition Series is generously supported by the Offices of the Vice President for Research and the Senior Vice President for Operations and Finance.
Know Before You Go - Programs / Events
In-person programs will be limited to 10 people, unless otherwise noted. Attendees must pre-register via the online calendar system. Registration spots are first come, first served; however there will be a waiting list in case there is a cancellation. This attendance cap will be reevaluated throughout the semester to respond to current safety measures.
Masks are required for all program attendees per Iowa State University policy. Seating will be placed 6 feet apart and we kindly ask that all attendees respect physical distancing. Chairs will be cleaned both before and after the program. Hand sanitizers will be available at the entrance to each museum. Many in-person programs will be recorded to allow those who are unable to attend to participate online at a later date.University Museums cannot guarantee an environment free of the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Visiting University Museums includes possible exposure to and serious illness from infectious diseases including but not limited to COVID-19. Attend/visit at your own risk. University Museums does recognize the possibility of a second outbreak and that things may change. The University Museums and ISU emergency teams will monitor this closely and facilities may have to close again. University Museums may make very quick decisions on shutdowns or cancellations due to capacity concerns, health precautions, staffing and occupancy-related considerations.