Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training

Join Us!
Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training

Saturday & Sunday, September 10-11
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Total of 6 PD Hours for BOTH Days
CWRU Campus, Location TBD

Have you thought about being a Sustained Dialogue group moderator?  Or perhaps you want to learn how to facilitate critical conversations with staff, colleagues or in the classroom.  Maybe you simply want to gain more information about the program and practice the art of dialogue before you join a dialogue group.  If the answer is yes to any of these, this training is for you!

The training is free and open to CWRU staff, faculty and students.   
 

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
Registration deadline for the training is September 5.
To register, click below:
https://orgsync.com/106568/forms/210028.

Sustained Dialogue brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to discuss diversity and inclusion issues as well as campus issues of concern.  Groups make recommendations on ways to improve the campus experience and present their proposals to the university president and vice presidents.

Sustained Dialogue is a wonderful opportunity to meet others, discuss important issues with colleagues and make a positive change on campus.

 

Training is required for anyone interested in being a dialogue group moderator and is strongly recommended for those wishing to participate in a dialogue group.
Not sure how you want to participate in the program this fall?  No problem — you are welcome to attend the training and make a decision about your involvement later.

 

Participate in Sustained Dialogue &
Be a Change Agent on Campus!

 

For more information about the campus program or to apply to participate in the program, visit http://students.case.edu/programs/dialogue/.

 

Sponsored by  

The Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Student Affairs — Office of Multicultural Affairs and First-Year Experience and Family Programs
For more information, contact janetta.hammock@case.edu in the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity or john.killings@case.edu in the Office of Multicultural Affairs