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Faculty Voices. January 21, 2009 APU Dialogue on Diversity Kim Denu, PhD & Mary Rawlings, PhD. Introduction. Target Goal Increased understanding (Interpathy) of faculty experiences of diversity in order to build unity and respect on campus. Themes

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Faculty voices

Faculty Voices

January 21, 2009

APU Dialogue on Diversity

Kim Denu, PhD & Mary Rawlings, PhD


Introduction

Introduction

Target Goal

Increased understanding (Interpathy) of faculty experiences of diversity in order to build unity and respect on campus.

Themes

Race & Ethnicity, Gender, and Faith Traditions


Sharing our stories

Sharing Our Stories

  • Why stories?

    • Understanding before intervention

  • Norms of Collaboration

  • Attitudes of humility, reconciliation, and openness, seeking accurate understanding of each others experiences.

  • Considerations


Activity overview

Activity Overview

  • Select someone from your table that is diverse from you in some way: Race/Ethnicity, faith tradition, gender.

  • Guidelines: The first person talks for 4 uninterrupted minutes, for 1 minute the listener reflects back what they learned/heard, for 1 minute other clarifies any misunderstandings, then switch.

  • Feel free to take a moment to organize your thoughts before you begin.

  • Listen to each other using the following questions as a guide.


Guiding questions for dyads

Guiding Questions for Dyads

  • What is your ethnic/racial background and your faith tradition?

  • What is it like to be you and what has your experience been like as a person with your background (in terms of race, gender, faith tradition)?

  • What are the advantages you associate with being you?

  • What are the challenges or disadvantages you associate with being you?

  • What has your experience been like at APU (in terms of your race, gender, or faith tradition)?

    ***You only have 4 minutes to reflect on all these questions***


Table reflection

Table Reflection

1. What impacted you the most about the story that you heard?

2. How can this knowledge be used to build unity and respect among faculty on campus?


Closing thoughts

Closing Thoughts

Key Themes…

Next Steps….

Facilitators to summarize responses for each table.


Campus resources

Campus Resources

Kneeland Brown, ext. 2055

Director of Diversity Initiative

Kevin Mannoia, ext. 3243

Faculty and Staff Chaplain

Jamie Noling, ext. 3855

AssociateCampus Pastor of Community Care

Christopher Adams, ext. 3855

AssociateCampus Pastor


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