The Women and Gender Collaborative will host the Spring 2018 Series of Collaborative Conversations: Practices of Faith and Belief for Gender Equity at CSU.
Four panel participants will explore questions such as: What is it like for a person with a frame on the human spirit to engage with gender-related issues on campus? How might faith, belief, and spirituality inform gender equity on campus? What opportunities exist to develop shared practices for gender equity?
Collaborative Conversations provides a space and ongoing collection of video resources for those who are seeking to dive a little deeper into complex topics related to gender, diversity, inclusion, and equity. The dialogues featured in Collaborative Conversations do more than just highlight the “what” of diversity and inclusion – they also model the “how” of engaging in unscripted, open-ended dialogue to learn from and with one another across our differences.
Collaborative Conversation I
Tuesday, March 20
Cherokee Ballroom – LSC
Each Collaborative Conversation features an hour of dialogue with opportunities for audience participation. The space will be held for an hour immediately following the dialogue so that attendees who wish to stay may informally discuss and process topics raised in the conversation.
These events will be recorded and links will be made available for future viewing by public audiences.
This program is a collaborative effort with technical support from CSU Online and The Institute for Teaching & Learning.