Student Empowerment Network
Wednesday, February 17th @ NOON
in BIC G11 - Enjoy treats and drinks while we discuss upcoming projects for the semester.
Wednesday, March 24th @ NOON
in BIC G11 - Come listen to Speaker Randy Tvrdik about living with a Spinal Cord Injury.
Wednesday, April 21st @ NOON
in BIC G11 Come see speaker Amy Bones and learn about updates to ADA!
The Student Empowerment Network (SEN) is a campus-wide organization committed to empowering each member to have the knowledge and political savvy to make positive change happen for and with individuals with disabilities while increasing an understanding among the student body regarding the nature of various disabilities. By serving with and for disabled persons, SEN members strive to ensure justice in education while celebrating the diversity that makes each Creighton student unique.
Any Creighton student or faculty member with an interest in disability issues is welcome to join the Student Empowerment Network. To become a member or to learn more about the organization, please visit our membership information form.
Comments about SEN....
"One of the things I find most significant about the SEN committee is their eagerness to seek out the needs of the disabled community and their efforts to create a strong awareness program. The value in outreach programs like this emulate the great tradition and character Creighton University applies throughout its campus and the community. As the founder of Mascot Productions, I take great pride in our mission to serving needs of the disabled and feel honored to be partnered with Creighton and the SEN committee." -- Scott Grove/Mascot Productions