We are pleased to announce our Spring 2014 programmatic opportunities!
Through their intentional collaborations within higher education, the professional staff in the Office of Intercultural Affairs has extensive experience in developing lesson plans, facilitating dialogues, and working with diverse groups for training and development. Committed to providing culturally relevant and contextually important lessons, the staff actively works with faculty and other hosts to develop a solid theoretical and conceptual outline for every training session.
If you are interested inviting a professional staff member to a class, workshop, seminar, panel, or special session, please contact our office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Liza Talusan, Director of Intercultural Affairs, at 508-565-1409 for availability.
Don't Cancel That Class! Ask if a member of Intercultural Affairs is available for an in class lesson!
Each film also includes a process discussion with a professional staff member from Intercultural Affairs.
Post graduate preparation highlighting diversity competency, diversity related interviewing skills
Pre- and post- departure training
Education and Teacher Training
- Ways to increase intercultural awareness
- Reflective exercises to gain self awareness about "what we bring to the classroom" as teachers
- Challenge our practices as educators in a diverse classroom
- Introduction of social justice education
- Ways that media, marketing and presentations walk a delicate line in using racial imagery
- Outsourcing, immigration and the case for diversity and inclusion
- Focus on US History and race
- Going beyond heroes and holidays
- Using various philosophers (ie John Dewey, Paulo Friere, Max Greene) to discuss contemporary and Stonehill specific diversity issues
- Reading and writing for a diverse audience
- The use of language (diversity related)
- Racism as a public health issues
- The biology of race
- The cost of diversity vs the cost of the absence of diversity
- Using numbers to teach diversity and social justice
- Racialization of poverty and social class
- Racial identity development
- Racism as a public health issue
- Construction of identity
- Privilege in the criminal system
- Religious diversity
- Ways that religion and religious beliefs have shaped acceptance and/or dismissal of identity
- Issues of Christianity and privilege