Creating an Inclusive Campus 2017: Civic Engagement and Nonviolent Philosophy in Higher Education

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All faculty and staff are invited to attend this year’s Creating an Inclusive Campus (CIC) workshop, entitled “Supporting Our Students in Turbulent Times: Civic Engagement and Nonviolent Philosophy in Higher Education.”

This half-day workshop will engage participants in exploring the history, philosophy and skills needed to promote a deep commitment to civic engagement, democratic principles and pedagogy in the classroom and broader community.

Creating an Inclusive Campus (CIC) Workshop
Monday, May 8
9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Opening General Session and Breakfast: 9 to 10:15 a.m., Chapel
Harry Boyte & Joaquin Munoz: A Dialogue on Nonviolence in Higher Education

Civic Engagement Skills Development, Breakout Sessions 10:30 to 12 p.m., OGC Classrooms
One to One Relational Meetings, Facilitator: Dennis Donovan
Nonviolent Communication, Facilitators: Sarah Myers & Joaquin Munoz
Public Narrative, Facilitator: Rachel Lloyd
Lunch and Closing Conversations, 12:15 to 1:30 p.m., Chapel

The Creating an Inclusive Campus (CIC) Workshop is offered as part of Augsburg’s on-going college mission commitment to “intentional diversity in our life and work.” The goals of the workshop are to provide faculty and staff participants with the opportunity for continued growth in personal intercultural competence and to build skills necessary for creating an inclusive campus community.

Co-sponsored by the Diversity, Inclusion & Equity Committee, the Center for Teaching and Learning & the Sabo Center.

Please click here to RSVP for the 2017 Creating an Inclusive Campus (CIC) Workshop.