ENGAGE: Virtual Programming, The New Frontier!

Jul 8, 2020

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM


Jul 8, 2020 2:00 pm

How COVID-19 has impacted the future of programming and events on campus   

Student Activities and Involvement invites student organization leaders, members and advisors to hear from a panel of Virtual Programming trailblazers on tips, tricks and best practices for successful virtual engagement programs and events. With the transition to hybrid and exclusively virtual programs, this session will provide organizations with insight on how to plan, market and execute successful virtual events and engagement.

The panel will feature:

  • Cat Cramp – Director for Programs, RecSports
  • Kimone Simmons – Coordinator, Living Learning Initiatives Housing
  • Kyle Garner – Senate President, Student Government
  • Harrison DeVoe – President, Reitz Programming Board
  • Simmone Horman- Asst. Director, Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs

The ENGAGE Web Series is an online webinar program presented by the Department of Student Activities and Involvement to provide a toolkit for student leaders and student organization advisors to gain skills and connect with campus resources on various topics of leadership and organization management. ENGAGE with us this Summer B every Wednesday at 2:00pm. Visit SAI for more information on upcoming sessions.

Participants must have a valid ufl.edu Zoom account to access the event.

This conversation is taking place on Zoom: Access Conversation


If you are a UF student with a disability and need accommodations in order to participate in a Student Affairs sponsored program or event, please contact DRCaccessUF@ufsa.ufl.edu at least 3 business days prior to the program or event.

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