Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
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Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Identity, Liberal Learning, and Democracy: Reflections
Campus Diversity and Ethnic Identity Development
The Long Road to Truth: Haiti, Identity, and Knowledge in the Global Classroom
Helping Students Explore Their Privileged Identities
Exploring Religious Identity through Intergroup Dialogue
Self-Exploration, Social Justice, and LGBTQ Autobiography
A Call to Professors with Invisible Disabilities
Campus Practice
Critical Service Learning as a Tool for Identity Exploration
Arts and Humanities: For the Common Good
Research Report
Stereotypes, Student Identity, and Academic Success
And More...
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Diversity, Learning, and Pathways to Inclusive Excellence

AAC&U's Network for Academic Renewal will host Facing the Divides: Diversity, Learning, and Pathways to Inclusive Excellence on October 21-23, 2010, in Houston, Texas. The conference will focus on ways to bridge the divides of ideology, belief, and access that are affecting democratic discourse and student success in college and beyond. For more information or to register, visit www.aacu.org/meetings/diversityandlearning/DL2010/index.cfm.

Intergroup Dialogue Institute

The University of Michigan will host its annual Intergroup Dialogue Institute from June 16-19, 2010, in Ann Arbor. Drawing on the university's deep investments and expertise in intergroup dialogue, the institute is designed to help faculty and staff develop dialogue programs at their home institutions. For more information about the application (due on May 15), visit www.igr.umich.edu/about/institute.

Call for Proposals: AAC&U Annual Meeting 2011

AAC&U invites session proposals for its 2011 Annual Meeting, to be held from January 26-29 in San Francisco. Submissions that explore topics related to diversity, global learning, and civic engagement in a pluralistic democracy are particularly welcome. The call for proposals will be issued in May with a July deadline; for more information, visit www.aacu.org/meetings/annualmeeting/index.cfm.

Summer Institute of Civic Studies

Tisch College at Tufts University will host a two-week seminar on citizenship and the institutional and pedagogical practices that support it on July 12-22, 2010, in Medford, Massachusetts. The seminar, which is open to faculty, graduate students, and practitioners, will be followed by a public conference on July 22. For more information and to apply, visit activecitizen.tufts.edu.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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