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SSA Conference Speakers
The speakers for the 2014 Secular Student Alliance Annual Conference have been announced! Check our page for speakers at SSA - West and speakers at SSA - East.
Amazon.com has started a new program called Amazon Smile that lets you donate to non-profits while you shop on their site!
To start using Amazon Smile, just follow the simple steps below:
- Go to www.smile.amazon.com and log in to your Amazon account.
- Type "Secular Student Alliance" into the search box where you can pick your own charitable organization.
- Select Secular Student Alliance as your charity.
- Bookmark www.smile.amazon.com as your new Amazon shopping hub so you remember to use it.
- Start shopping and supporting secular students!
Amazon Smile contributions stack with the special link we told you about, so feel free to use them both to give even more of your sale to the SSA!
Commuter School Resource
It can be hard to organize student groups at commuter schools. Commuter schools have less of a culture for community since there are little to no dorms in the area. If students don't live there, it can hard to organize meetings or events and what not on campus. Without community, a group is not serving its purpose.
Commuter schools often attract more nontraditional students than 4 year colleges, so meetings and events need to be designed with the specific needs of non-traditional students in mind. This guide will be a resource to help you make the most out of a commuter school or community college environment.
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Steven Martin is a Professor of Communication at Ripon College, in Ripon, Wisconsin. He received his
Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Public Address from Penn State University. Steven
Teaches courses on the rhetoric of social movements, U.S public address, political campaign communication, public speaking, argumentation theory, and metaphor and social problems. He is also the advisor of Secular Student Alliance at Ripon CollegeLearn More