Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend a free Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training session Saturday, Jan. 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Thwing Center, Room 101.
Participants will learn about the Sustained Dialogue program and tools for effectively moderating a Sustained Dialogue program. The training is mandatory for anyone wishing to serve as a Sustained Dialogue moderator in spring 2018.
The training also will benefit those who would like to discover more about Sustained Dialogue, learn skills to facilitate critical conversations in the classroom or with colleagues, and practice the art of dialogue.
The training is free and open to Case Western Reserve University staff, faculty and students.
Lunch will be provided.
About Sustained Dialogue
Sustained Dialogue brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to discuss diversity and inclusion issues, as well as campus issues of concern. Groups develop proposals on ways to improve the campus experience. At the conclusion of the program, participants present their recommendations to members of university leadership.
The Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, the Office for Multicultural Affairs and First Year Experience and Family Programs sponsor the Sustained Dialogue program.