Power of Students

Our team of Crim Center interns are in the final stages of planning Power of Students , a yearly student organized conference used to discuss pressing issues in the GSU community and to celebrate the students in our spaces.

Our theme for 2016 is POSI+ (Power of Students Institute) where we seek to gather the heads of student organizations from all parts of campus to have an honest conversation about the issues facing our campus to cultivate a desire for action and change.

POSI+ will take place on October 20, 2016 from 4- 7 PM in The Senate Salon (Room 110C – Student Center East). The Institute experience will consist of interactive activities, dinner, round table discussions, and most of all interaction with organizations that usually do not find themselves in the same location.

Our hope is that through having these hard conversations, we will break down the barriers that divide us to build a true community that can serve as an example for the city of Atlanta and the University in all capacities—domestic and abroad.

For more information on POSI+ please contact one of our Interns listed below

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Shaidah Ehehosi is a sophomore Public Policy major at Georgia State University. In addition to her internship at the Alonzo A. Crim Center she is a student at the university and the Community Outreach and Engagement Chair of Georgia State's Black Student Alliance. Shaidah aspires to become an urban planner for the metro-Atlanta area.

Shaidah can be contacted at sehehosi1@gsu.edu

Ivie Touched

Ivie Osaghae is one of the newest interns at the Center; she is currently undergoing her undergraduate studies working towards a B in anthropology with a minor in African-American Studies. In her short time here, Ivie has been put on a myriad of projects including flipping the website and podcast mixing. Ivie carries the energy and care of the Center into her role of President of Black Student Alliance here on campus. One day she hopes to create a curriculum or program for students that teaches them the true histories of those around them.

Ivie can be contacted at iosaghae1@gsu.edu