Intergroup Dialogue Program
Spring 2014 Enrollment Information
CMM 230: Intergroup Dialogue - Race/Ethnicity CRN 31289
crosslisted with AAM 250: Intergroup Dialogue - Race/Ethnicity CRN 28997
The class is limited to fifteen students and is filling up quickly so enroll now!
Fulfills Social Science Core Requirement
Fulfills Arts & Sciences U.S. Cultural Diversity Core requirement
Offered out of the Department of Communication
Crosslisted with the African American Studies Program
The Intergroup Dialogue Program (IGD) is a collaborative and cross-division initiative, involving stakeholders from the Division of Student Development and the College of Arts and Sciences. IGD utilizes undergraduate students who are trained as peer facilitators to lead weekly discussions over the course of a semester around issues of race, gender, and other social identities (e.g., religion, class, physical ability, age, etc.). The goals of the dialogues are to improve skills in communicating across different social identities, enhance conflict management skills, and create opportunities to learn more about other cultures by engaging in structured dialogue in a safe environment.
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