New Fall Course!
EDHI338U: Dialogue on U.S. Identity in a Global Context
Education Abroad and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion are partnering to offer an intergroup dialogue course for undergraduate students in the fall. Please share with your students:
Interested in Study Abroad? Have an International Experience? Interested in Intergroup Dialogue? Sign Up for EDHI338U: Dialogue on U.S. Identity in a Global Context
Mon: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
7 Sessions: 10/23/17 - 12/04/17
1-Credit and Counts towards Cultural Competency Gen Ed!
This dialogue is sponsored by Education Abroad and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The dialogue engages undergraduate students in thinking about their identities in the context of the United States and the way those experiences may influence or affect our experiences at home or away. We will create a space of critical reflection -- to think of how the social dynamics around identity, privilege, and oppression exhibited in the U.S. context play out in other cultures and communities, and what that may say about the interconnectedness of our world. This course is for students who want to study abroad, have studied abroad, and/or have international experience/identities. If you are an undergrad student interested in the course, please reach out to Jeremy Gombin-Sperling at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.