Logan Center

Events


May

19

Day 1: Prison Industrial Complex Abolition Symposium 2021

Zoom

Justice Works, a Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice student organization, presents a two-part virtual symposium on prison-industrial complex (PIC) abolition theory and practice with abolitionists from the greater Chicago area.


May

20

Entrepreneurship Essentials (E2): Talent Strategy For Founders and Entrepreneurs

Zoom

One of the most difficult challenges founders and entrepreneurs face when building a business is deciding how and when to grow their team. This workshop will provide tools and frameworks to answer some of the most crucial hiring questions.


May

20

Grief and Grievance in a Pandemic: A Roundtable Discussion

Zoom

This panel brings together experts on mourning, melancholia, and grief to reflect on the way that grief and grievance have shaped our responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.


May

20

Nonprofit Networking Fair: Connecting Nonprofits with Potential Board Members

Virtual Event

Join the Rustandy Center for the Nonprofit Networking Fair, which connects nonprofits seeking board members with attendees seeking board opportunities.


May

20

George E. Kent Lecture feat. Ta-Nehisi Coates

Virtual Event

Hosted by the Organization of Black Students, the Kent Lecture series features world-renowned scholars discussing social issues. This year's featured speaker is author and journalist, Ta-Nehisi Coates.


May

21

Leading for the Future: How to Propel Nonprofits Forward

Virtual Event

In this closing keynote, a panel of nonprofit leaders will speak to how this year can provide insights on the future of giving, innovation, leadership, impact-driven strategies, how boards can pivot, and more.


May

21

Crisis and Risk Management for Nonprofits

Virtual Event


May

22

Day 2: Prison Industrial Complex Abolition Symposium 2021

Zoom

Justice Works, a Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice student organization, presents a two-part virtual symposium on prison-industrial complex (PIC) abolition theory and practice with abolitionists from the greater Chicago area.


May

25

Social Impact Leadership Series: How Strengthening Communities Can Solve the World’s Pressing Problems

Zoom

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, communities around the globe struggled to combat the pressing issues of our time—growing inequality, automation of jobs, the growth of the state, and dependence on global markets. The key to addressing these challenges, according to Chicago Booth Professor Raghuram Rajan? Place decision-making power back with local communities.


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