Introduction to Intergroup Dialogue

If you have any questions or if accommodations are needed to access the facility or the content of the presentation, please contact Kymberley Leggett (kelegget@umich.edu) as soon as possible.

This workshop will introduce participants to intergroup dialogue pedagogy as it is practiced in The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR). The awareness, knowledge, and skills learned through this pedagogy are valuable for all in everyday life. This workshop will include experiential exercises that require self examination, sharing your experiences with culture, social identity, and the impacts of privilege and oppression in society.

IGR is a partnership program between LSA and Student Life.

What you will learn/goals of the session:

  • An understanding of Intergroup Dialogue (the Michigan Model)
  • Ways to examine how cultural and social identity impact our life experience
  • Tools for increasing your and others knowledge about social inequality

Audience:

This session is open to all LSA Staff.


Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.




Available Seats 14
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LSA Building, Conference Room 2001
Monita Thompson (Co-director) and Scott Hwang (Associate Director), The Program on Intergroup Relations

If you have any questions or if accommodations are needed to access the facility or the content of the presentation, please contact Kymberley Leggett (kelegget@umich.edu) as soon as possible.

This workshop will introduce participants to intergroup dialogue pedagogy as it is practiced in The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR). The awareness, knowledge, and skills learned through this pedagogy are valuable for all in everyday life. This workshop will include experiential exercises that require self examination, sharing your experiences with culture, social identity, and the impacts of privilege and oppression in society.

IGR is a partnership program between LSA and Student Life.

What you will learn/goals of the session:

  • An understanding of Intergroup Dialogue (the Michigan Model)
  • Ways to examine how cultural and social identity impact our life experience
  • Tools for increasing your and others knowledge about social inequality

Audience:

This session is open to all LSA Staff.

Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.

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