The CWRU Sustained Dialogue program brings together individuals from various backgrounds to discuss campus, local and national issues of concern, including diversity and inclusion matters.
Students are a significant part of Sustained Dialogue and help drive the conversation by sharing ideas, topics and contributing to the conversation.
Dialogue groups are forming now; so apply to join the conversation via CampusGroups.
Groups meet weekly or biweekly to share their experiences and perspectives and work collectively to suggest ways to make our campus more welcoming and inclusive. The program is open to CWRU students, staff and faculty. No experience or special skills are needed to participate.
The benefits of Sustained Dialogue include:
- Meeting individuals from across campus;
- Developing new friendships;
- Enhancing communication and listening skills;
- Learning how to effectively engage in critical conversations;
- Gaining tools for and comfort in engaging with individuals from various backgrounds; and
- Developing proposals for positive change at CWRU.
Join a Sustained Dialogue group to help make a positive impact in the Case Western Reserve community.