Early applications will be accepted beginning May 2019.
This annual two-day workshop is designed for undergraduate and graduate/professional students** to understand and practice the art, concepts, and tools of dialogue as a method to develop and strengthen productive campus relationships and decide upon community action.
Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training covers inclusive leadership and conflict resolution skills such as inquiry, influence, mindful listening, facilitation, and convening. Participants will learn the critical skills needed to moderate dialogues about difficult and often divisive issues important to our campus community.
Participants will also have the opportunity to explore their own identities in relation to socially critical topics and their role as moderators.
This two-day workshop is offered at no cost however all participants are asked to commit to the full workshop. Space is limited. The program is scheduled from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday and Saturday.
** A select number of seats are available for staff, faculty, and other academics.