Undergraduate Dialogue & Discussion Series

In this workshop, students will learn effective strategies for facilitating difficult dialogues on current social and cultural issues. We will focus on preparing students to identify specific communication and listening issues that may be contributing to a difficult dialogue. We hope to increase overall self-awareness, of both outward behaviors and inner thoughts and feelings, so that we improve communication and explore possibilities for more mindful and fruitful exchanges in classrooms and relationships with the larger community.

Facilitated by: 

Dr. Sonia Dhaliwal, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist, Director of Clinical Training (DCT), Assistant Teaching Professor, Counseling Psychology, Co-Director for Coalition of Cultural Competency (CCC) 

Jason Edwards, MA 
Graduate Student, Educational, School & Counseling Psychology


October Workshop Series

Monday, October 16th
314 Hill Hall • 2-4 pm

Wednesday, October 18th
115 Townsend • 2-4 pm 

Register at www.bit.ly/dialogue2017oct


November Workshop Series

Monday, November 13th 
314 Hill Hall • 2-4 pm

Wednesday, November 15th
115 Townsend • 2-4 pm 

Register at www.bit.ly/dialogue2017nov


2-Part Series: Participants should plan to attend both sessions in the month that they choose.

For questions contact: 

Norma Jackson, JD, MA
Director of Faculty and Professional Staff Diversity Enhancement & Engagement, jacksonnj@missouri.edu

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Event Type

Workshops, Meetings, Students, Panels/Forums

Departmental Categories

Education, Diversity Initiatives



Contact Name

Norma Jackson

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