Voices of Discovery Intergroup Dialogue Program
Voices of Discovery is a program designed to structure interaction between undergraduate student diverse groups with the goal of creating greater understanding about intergroup/diversity issues. More specifically, the program brings together small groups of undergraduate students (8-10 students per group) representing different groups for intergroup dialogues. Undergraduate students who participate in Voices receive course credit (points) as an incentive for participating in the program. Group sessions are two hours per week for five weeks and is facilitated by two trained facilitators. The goal is to create a safe space to engender greater interaction between diverse groups and understanding about intergroup/diversity issues.
For more information, please contact Tamara Carter.