Critical Conversations Dialogue Program (CCDP)

Individuals of various races and genders sit on white foldable chairs in a circle.

The Critical Conversations Dialogue Program is an interprofessional opportunity for individuals across difference to come together and engage in dialogue on topics related to social identity. 

CCDP is a 4-week cohort-based dialogue program facilitated by 2 trained facilitators. Each dialogue session is 2 hours long and is limited to 15 participants.

During the Fall 2022 semester, we will have one interprofessional student intergroup dialogue and one interprofessional staff and faculty intergroup dialogue focused on the topic of race and racism. In the Spring 2023 semester, we will have dialogues on the topic of gender and sexuality. ​In the future we hope to expand CCDP and offer dialogues on various social identities and topics including social class, disability, immigration, and more.

If you are interested in serving as a facilitator for both or either of these dialogues, please complete the form below. The registration form for participants will open in September 2022. 

Dialogue Facilitator Application Now Open

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