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in the Senate chambers: Lena Sleiman, Crystal Bryan, Brayden Butler, Idil Mahamud, Achol Bab, Peter Ndubu.Students, faculty, and staff can learn about the UWindsor Senate in a free workshop March 20. Pictured in the Senate chambers, from left: Lena Sleiman, Crystal Bryan, Brayden Butler, Idil Mahamud, Achol Bab, Peter Ndubu.

Workshop to simulate Senate meeting

An interactive workshop Friday, March 20, will give students, faculty, and staff a chance to learn about the University of Windsor Senate.

The experiential learning opportunity is being developed by student Crystal Bryan as a project for the course Ways of Doing.

“Skills such as understanding the procedures for formal meetings gives students a stronger voice on campus and beyond,” she says. “Professional communication, interpersonal communication, minutes, agendas and supporting documents, voting procedures, membership, and committees of Senate are all part of a successful Senate.”

Participants will take on personas during the simulated Senate meeting, be responsible to act in the best interests of the University, follow proper voting procedures, and present accurate information.

The free workshop has limited seating and will take place from 3 to 4:30 p.m. March 20 in room 203, Toldo Health Education Centre.

Registrants will receive a meeting notice, an agenda, and a persona. Registration is open until March 13 at https://uwindsor.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8HaELx4Sjp781RX.