Free Classes

We have partnered with businesses and organizations from the community to offer you a variety of no cost classes that will help get you started on a variety of projects or get involved in the community. Browse the list below and register today! Need help, contact us at 501.450.3118 or outreach@uca.edu.

Leading from New Spaces

How many times have you said, “If someone would have told me a year ago that we’d be overcome by a global pandemic and forced to work from home, I would have never believed it!” No one could have ever imagined the turn of events that have flipped our lives upside down. Nevertheless, we’re left having to lead from a new space. Whether you’re leading your family, your organization or your community, Kim Lane will show you how to tap into the leadership skills that are inherent in you and transfer them to a new set of realities. Please join the Women’s Leadership Network live for EMPOWER Hour with Kim Lane on Wednesday, May 20 from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. Kristy Carter will be your host and Dr. Shaneil Ealy will be your Q & A moderator.

Regular Fee: FREE

Wed, May 20 - May 20

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: Zoom or Facebook Live

Instructor: Kim Lane

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Book Discussion: Difficult Conversations about Racial Equity and Inclusion – CANCELLED

Book Discussion meets February 11, March 10, and April 7 from 3-5 pm on UCA Campus. Race is one of the most contentious topics across our social and cultural diaspora. That contentiousness is partly why we need to understand and learn how to facilitate conversations and engage in dialogue until race no longer becomes such a divisive topic. To help achieve that goal, Conway Conversations has organized a series, Difficult Conversations about Racial Equity and Inclusion. The series kicked off with a webinar on micro-and macro-aggressions. A study with the book, Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence: Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race, will serve as an opportunity to learn how to engage in meaningful conversations about race and how to approach these conversations from a place of humility. The series is designed to value, validate, and learn together how we can better live together. It will culminate with an interactive discussion to move from awareness to action. A copy of the book will be provided, but registration is limited to 30 participants.

Regular Fee: FREE

Tues, February 11 - April 7

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Books will be provided to the first 30 registrants

Location: UCA Student Health Center Room 307

Instructor: Dr. Candice Barnes