The Dietrich School will engage internal and external experts to facilitate meaningful, productive, campus-wide conversations on several important topics of diversity and inclusion. These conversations will be hosted at various locations on campus with scheduling and presenters TBD throughout the year.
How do factors such as generational learning, relational styles, and emotional expression define and impact our experience with money? And how can we move beyond our experiences to best support our economically disadvantaged students?
Gain a better understanding of the current political climate. Understand what options immigrants have to come to the United States. Learn struggles immigrants face once they are here in the United States and discuss ways to support immigrant justice work.
How can we use critical self-reflection and ongoing personal development to cultivate empathy for others and challenge power imbalances, even when we’re the ones in power?
How can the University community compassionately respond to students who are unable to meet their basic needs?
What do you wish people knew about you and why do you think they don't yet? And how can we get beyond our fears to truly be “in relationship” with others?