These activities support IGD Welcoming Campus Initiative Objective #2: Increased clarity of how systems and structures impact cross-cultural awareness and communication across campus.
Monday, September 11, 2017 at 1:30, Campus Center 406: Communication Week Session – “Using Intergroup Dialogue to be a Superhero in your Community” with Dr. Kim White-Mills and Dr. Ron Sandwina. Experience an introductory ice-breaker exercise with Intergroup Dialogue professors. Explore your social identity and your power to be an advocate for change in your community through understanding the Intergroup Dialogue process. Participants will also learn about the Communication Studies courses C282 and C382 and their role in the IGD Certificate.
Teaching Appreciation for Differences via Intergroup Dialogue, by Carolyn Gentle-Genitty, Corinne Renguette, and Dan Griffth. International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG) Proceedings, NYC, 2017.
Created a stand-alone Certificate in Intergroup Dialogue to inform both students and units about how systems and structures impact cross-cultural awareness and communication across campus and in the community. Certificate was approved through the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.