Eagle Talks FAQ
When is Eagle Talks?
Eagle Talks is hosted on a monthly basis, usually during the first week of each month. Dates and times may vary.
Where are Eagle Talks usually held?
Eagle Talks began as an in-person, small-group discussion at the Rotunda outside of Russell Union on the Statesboro Campus. It was previously held as a hybrid event but has since been adjusted to a Zoom format due to COVID-19 concerns.
How long is the event? Do I have to stay the whole time?
Eagle Talks is scheduled for a 2-hour time frame. This is done in consideration of participants who have other commitments and may arrive late and to allow ample time for conversation. You do not need to stay the full time, but we encourage you to engage in the conversation as much as you can.
How do I sign in to join?
To join Eagle Talks, you will need to register using the QR code or by clicking on the link attached to the flyer. After registering for the event using your GS email, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the Zoom meeting. The confirmation email will be re-sent prior to or at the beginning of each meeting to help ensure that all participants have a working link.
Why do I need to register using my GS email address?
This is for the security of the Zoom meeting, as well as to prevent Zoom bombing and make it easier for the facilitators to track the number and names of participants.
I tried to join the Zoom meeting, but the link isn’t working – what do I do?
First, double-check to make sure that the email you are signed onto Zoom with matches the email that you used to register for the event. If they match and you are still having trouble, you may email the host for assistance.
I have an idea for a future Eagle Talks discussion – what do I do?
We would love for you to share your ideas with us. Complete the form for our Virtual Eagle Talks Suggestions Box. (Link included on this webpage)
Last updated: 3/22/2021