Why do faculty and staff from across the University volunteer to lead sections of the First-Year Seminar? Consuelo Endrigo-Williams and Rhonda Chester do it for the connection with students and the life of the University outside the boundaries of their…
Apply for Spring 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Courses Today
The Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) Program invites students to fill out an online interest form for our 2018 academic course offerings: SOC/WGS 230 and CFE 200. IGD is an educational model that brings together students from diverse backgrounds to engage in deep and meaningful conversation across social identities toward a place of action.
Courses include Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity (Mondays 3:45-6:30 p.m.) and Dialogue on Socioeconomic Inequality and Education (Wednesdays 3:45 – 6:30 p.m.). Visit our website to learn more today.
Contact person: Robin Higgins