Recognizing bias, how it manifests itself, how it impacts communities, how to report it and how to stop it is what the STOP Bias initiative is all about. “Whether it’s a single individual or multiple people impacted by one incident,…
New Course: CFE/EDU 300, ‘Dialogue in Action’
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn active dialoguing skills, consider the role of class in society, and even work to create a sustainable Scholarship in Action project with local communities? This course provides an opportunity for students to delve more deeply into understanding and implementing intergroup dialogue strategies as well as to foster the creation of Action Projects with local communities that can be sustained year after year.
Dialogue in Action: Class matters – EDU/CFE 300 – #60597 / #60598
This Spring the Intergroup Dialogue Program is offering an advanced dialogue course -CFE/EDU 300- focusing on intersectional issues of social class with an emphasis on education and learning.
This course is best suited for students who have an academic grounding and understanding of systemic issues of privilege, power and oppression.
Students may register for this course directly through MySlice.
Contact Person: Crista Gray, Intergroup Dialogue Program, 443-4849,