Applications for Fall 2016 Intergroup Dialogue facilitators are now open. Learn more about becoming an Intergroup Dialogue facilitator. We encourage applications from undergraduate and graduate students with
relevant experience engaging in conversations, workshops, or other sustained activities
with diverse groups of people around issues related to identities (including
race, gender, sexuality, class, ability, faith, nationality, etc.) Click here to apply online.
Dialogue is a seven-week program that provides a unique learning opportunity
for AU students to engage on
a range of identity topics including but not limited to: race, ethnicity,
gender, class, sexuality, and faith. Housed
in the Center for Diversity & Inclusion, dialogues are intergroup, gathering
people from multiple backgrounds and identities for sustained, ongoing dialogue
for two-hours each week. The
goal of Intergroup Dialogue is to:
across difference of perspective and identity
intergroup community through a diversity of identities
personal experience and societal issues
tools for navigating difference on and off campus
International Student and Scholar Services offer the TALK program, a voluntary 8-week program which brings groups of U.S. and international
students together and engages them in informal, facilitated
conversations about culture and intercultural communication. Through
experience-based learning activities, participants discover the impact
of culture on their daily lives, especially their interpersonal
relationships with others.
Have questions about CDI's Intergroup Dialogue program? Stop by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Mary Graydon Room 201/202 to meet our staff and get to know Michelle, CDI's Coordinator of Dialogue & Diversity Programs.