Issues to Action Series

Join the conversation as part of the Issues to Action series. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome. These discussions are a way to get students more engaged with local, regional, national, and/or international matters. 

Issues to Action Series

The Issues to Action series (formerly Campus Conversations and New York Times Talks) bring students, faculty, and staff together to become more engaged around the issues they care about, through meaningful conversations, resource sharing, and the creation of next steps towards meaningful action. Attendees are encouraged to be active participants in the conversation, as well as have an open mind and be respectful of other’s thoughts, opinions, and ideas. Unless otherwise noted, all Issues to Action Series events are virtual gatherings, and registration is required to receive the link to join.

Upcoming Issues to Action Series Events

The Power of Your Voice

Wednesday, March 3, 2021
4-5:30 p.m.

Our next Issues to Action event of the semester will focus on the power of your voice. What are some skills and best practices that can help you more effectively advocate for the issues that you care about, especially when communicating with elected officials at every level? 

Joining us for this conversation are Sarah Parker Hughes, Director of the Public Communication Center, and Katie Maloney, Executive Director of Government and Community Relations with the Office of the President.

View, Snack, Chat - Amend: The Fight for America

Thursday, March 4, 2021
5-6 p.m.

During this View, Snack, & Chat, we willdiscuss and reflect on many historic events that led to the establishment of the 14th Amendment, based on the first episode of Amend: The Fight for America. Watching the episode beforehand is not necessary but it is encouraged! This docuseries is available on Netflix. Feel free to bring your favorite snack!


Need access to The New York Times or The Baltimore Sun? As a TU student, faculty or staff member, you have complimentary access! Visit Pawprints Collegiate Readership Program for more information.

Interested in Hosting an Issues to Action Series event?

The Office of Civic Engagement & Social Responsibility actively looks for student leaders, faculty and staff who are interested in engaging the campus community in a discussion about a topic they are passionate about.  If you, your student organization, or campus unit are interested in facilitating an Issues to Action Series event, or have any questions about facilitating one, please contact .