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Medallion Program

Cognitive Complexity Workshops:

*Dates are subject to change: visit this website and see advertisements for updated dates and times*

Workshops and experiences under the Knowledge Acquisition domain focus on all or some of the concepts or skills below:

  • Critical thinking
  • Reflective thinking
  • Effective reasoning
  • Creativity

Workshops are on a first come first serve basis and can fill up fast (Signing up prior to the workshop date is highly encouraged! Register for workshops here). 

Cognitive Complexity:

All workshops are held in Douglass Commons - Room 401

Wednesday9/13/20177:00pm-8:00pmDr. Jessica Guzmán ReaSubconscious Hate: Exploring Implicit Bias, Microaggressions, and Bystander Intervention
Friday10/6/20173:00pm-4:00pmDr. Jessica Guzmán ReaUnderstanding Privilege and Taking Action

Medallion Approved Experiences:

(If you have attended or participated in any of the following Workshops/Events/Programs and want it to count towards your Medallion Program progress, record it as your Level 1 Cognitive Complexity workshop in CCC-You must be enrolled to have access to the Medallion Program on CCC) You can only count 1 Medallion Approved Experience towards your Medallion Level 1 progress.

If you have a workshop, event, or class that you would like to be Medallion eligible fill out this form

  • Special Interest Housing Retreat
    •  Office for Residential Life and Housing Services
  • Fall Leadership Conference
    • Wilson Commons Student Activities
  • Mid-Year Leadership Training
    • Wilson Commons Student Activities, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, Interfaith Chapel
  • Being a Speaking Fellow
    • The Writing Center
  • Being a Writing Fellow
    • The Writing Center

If you want to complete Level 1 you must complete the tasks outlined in Level 1's description which includes participating in a Level One Opening Session in addition to participating in 1 workshop from each of the 5 domains (5 workshops in total).

Co-Sponsoring Workshops: If you are interested in co-sponsoring a Medallion Program workshop please fill out this form. Co-sponsoring a Medallion Workshop means you agree to send 5 or more members to the workshop and you agree to help advertise for the workshop. Co-sponsoring workshops are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Filling out the form does not guarantee co-sponsorship. You will receive an email informing you of your co-sponsorship status after you submit the form.