The SEXinar Series: Student Discussions on Sexuality, Sustainability, and Media



MISSION: The SEXinar Series at CSB/SJU is a week of programming organized by students in the Jackson Fellows Program and geared towards the student body.  The goal is a series of interdisciplinary, thought-provoking conversations.  Our objective is not to promote sex, but rather to promote conversations about sex, in particular, how sexuality may or may not connect to issues related to the environment, media and relationships at CSB/SJU.  The conversations will be inclusive of all faiths, sexual orientations, and beliefs. Whether students are sexually-active, believe in abstinence, or just want to know more about the topics, the SEXinar Series covers concepts that are relevant to all CSB/SJU students. 


March 11, 2013: Separate but Sexual - An Interactive Analysis of the Sexual Culture at CSB/SJU

March 12, 2013: REEL Sex (vs. REAL Sex)

March 14, 2013: The Sustainable Sexinar: Sustainable Sex and Eco-Sexuality