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Student Programming

Purpose

Rebekka Parker from the Detroit Institute of Arts leads a discussion for MiSPP students, faculty, and staff on visual thinking strategies.

Rebekka Parker from the Detroit Institute of Arts leads a discussion for MiSPP students, faculty, and staff on visual thinking strategies.

Programming at MiSPP is focused on the continued development of our student body through educational and social activities. Programs connect directly to classroom themes in efforts to spark creativity and thoughtfulness about learned subjects.  Each month a topic is chosen that activities and initiatives center around.

Programming Topics

September – Creativity
October – Honesty
November – Confrontation
January – Authenticity
February – Self Actualization
March – Unconditional Positive Regard
May – Congruence
*Topics chosen from humanistic values by Diane Blau and theory by Carl Rogers

Events

Activities and guest speakers, connected to the programming topics, are hosted each month at MiSPP.  We have had great speakers such as TEDx speaker Marina Morris discussing authenticity, Rebekka Parker from the Detroit Institute of Arts discussing creativity, and MiSPP President Dr. Blau discussing healthy confrontation. Poster campaigns and handouts about each topic are used as well to spark thought and discussion among our students.