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Complex Identities, Difficult Dialogues. Two years of iBelieve. What is iBelieve ?.

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what is ibelieve
What is iBelieve?
  • iBelieve is a new course offering at the University of Pennsylvania designed as part of our response to the President’s Interfaith Campus Challenge. The course combines academic investigation with interfaith experiences and community service.
what are the goals
What are the goals?
  • To prepare students to facilitate dialogue around interfaith issues on campus and in their various career paths.
  • To create and/or expand leadership around interfaith community-building.
  • To develop skills in communicating and collaborating across differences.
privileged identity exploration
Privileged Identity Exploration

Fear

Entitlement

From Watt, S.K. (2007), Difficult Dialogues, Priviege and Social Justice: Uses of the Privileged Identity Exploration (PIE) Model in Student Affairs Practice. The College Student Affairs Journal, 26 (2), 114-126

ibelieve norms
iBelieve Norms
  • I: imagine yourself in someone else’s place, speak from the “I” perspective
  • B: just be, bring your whole self
  • E: everyone comes from a different place, empathize
  • L: listen, love each other
  • I: introduce new ideas, include everyone
  • E: engage, express emotions
  • V: value differences, voice concerns
  • E: expand your comfort zone, expect the unexpected