STAY DAY 2012: Students in Action
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Clark Kerr Campus, UC Berkeley
Stay Day is a one day event, sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs,
that provides participants with the opportunity to engage in a collective
conversation about the evolving needs of our students through a series of
interactive sessions. This is a unique opportunity for us to benefit from
the abundant knowledge of our staff, students, and to promote our
professional development right here on campus! This conference is ideal
for those who work directly with students, provide “behind the scenes”
services in support of students, or are simply eager to learn more about
the “Cal student experience.”
The “2012 STAY DAY: Students in Action” Conference Committee is now
accepting proposals for innovative conference sessions for this year’s
event on Wednesday, May 23, 2012.
The content of each session should focus on the myriad ways in which
students take action at UC Berkeley. We welcome sessions focused on both
graduate and/or undergraduate student populations.
Topics might include: the ability of Cal students to self-organize and/or
engage in advocacy, student leaders who are spearheading new programs or
shifting perspectives, student communities or organizations promoting
their goals and causes, students as agents of change, students leading the
way, activating student leadership, students serving in and partnering
with diverse communities, etc.
Programs can take the form of workshops, roundtable discussions, student
panels, or poster sessions.
**Please submit your program proposal online by Monday, March 26th at
The Stay Day website will be updated regularly as details and programs are