Manage Political Friction on Campus

6/28/17 (Wed), 11AM-12:30PM CLSA 100A

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It is very easy for us to surround ourselves with people who think and look like us – on our campuses, neighborhoods, and especially through our social media feeds.

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Register:  To sign up for this webinar, please call the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at (530) 898-4764.

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Join us on June 28, 2017 and in just 90 minutes, you and your staff will learn how to rise above the accusations that higher education institutions are too insular and out of touch with mainstream America.  Find ways to manage friction that exists between students, facilitate heated conversations with opposing viewpoints before they get out of hand, and encourage the civil discourse that higher education prides itself upon.

You can cross the cultural divide, provide the hope to all students and fulfill your responsibility in providing marketplace for the sharing of ideas.  Most importantly, you will be able to keep your own emotions in check so you can help students speak across differences, fell safe and feel welcomed on campus.

Panelist:  Rhonda I. Fitzgerald is the Managing director for Sustained Dialogue Campus Network

Audience: All campus employees.

Sponsor(s): Office of Diversity and Inclusion

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