Have you ever wondered… is Dartmouth really diverse? Who is middle class? Does race matter?
Are you looking for a safe place at Dartmouth to have open and honest conversations with your peers about identity?
IGD at Dartmouth seeks to engage students in authentic conversations about difficult issues, bringing together Dartmouth undergraduate students from different identity groups and class years over six weeks to create new levels of understanding, relating, and action. IGD will be co-facilitated by Dartmouth staff and faculty members.
What are the benefits to participating in IGD?
- Explore your own personal and social identities
- Learn from and with others as you story share around aspects of diversity
- Develop communication and conflict exploration skills
- Practice dialogic principles integral for success in an increasingly diverse global workplace.
Fall 16 IGD Sections
- Religion, Faith & Spirituality
- Race & Ethnicity
- Socioeconomic Status