WASC Town Hall Diversity February 22, 2007 11:30am – 1:00pm Loker Student Union The Discussion Continues….. Having the “Uncomfortable Conversation” A Frank Discussion of Interactional Diversity in the CSUDH Learning Community Four Core Issues for the WASC Self-Study
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February 22, 2007
11:30am – 1:00pm
Loker Student Union
A Frank Discussion of Interactional Diversity
in the CSUDH
Core Issue 3: Diversity
Members of our
Core Issue 1: Academic Quality
enhancing student outcomes
Core Issue 2: Campus Change
Building sustainable structures and processes for educational effectiveness
Core Issue 4: Civic Engagement
(Moderator) and Resolution Peace Building Program
College of Education
College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences
Studies Departmentand Director, Division Head of World Cultural Studies
enrich the classroom setting;
to see themselves in the curriculum
this would be a beginning to learn about the views of other people
Are student learning experiences enhanced by the diverse student
and faculty/staff population here at CSUDH? If so, in what ways?
What types of activities in class and out-of-class will encourage interactions among diverse groups of students?
The following slides contain excerpts from the panel and audience members responses. They have been rephrased.
Panel Responses (con’t):
If we, as a campus, believe that it is our responsibility to encourage student awareness and/or meaningful interactions related to diversity, how do we accomplish this?