Check our list of workshops below. If you do not see what you are looking for, specificially designed topics beyond the ones offered are also available. Please complete the Request a Workshop form and describe your desired topic or contact our office for more information! Make sure the workshop request is at least 3 weeks before the potential session dates. Upon receiving the completed form, a member from the Learning Edge team will contact you to schedule an intake meeting .
Who am I?
Diving deeper into being comfortable knowing your own social identity and its effects on the environment
Who is NOVA NATION?
Explore how social identities impact the way students interact and how one can change the way the campus feels.
Short Cuts and Secret Doors
Understanding Power, Privilege, & Difference in society and its continued support in the systematic oppression
Examining the concept and consequences of stereotyping and your assumptions of social issues
Say what you mean, Mean what you say!
Exploring terms and concepts within the social justice realm.
Follow the Leader
Examining the Dominant Narratives attached to Villanova and Society and ways to combat and conquer them
Socialization: “That’s why I think that way!!!”
Explore ways that we have been socialized by messages and how individuals formulate initial opinions of others.
Grass isn’t Greener…
Conversation on the oppression attached to specific socioeconomic status
Double “O” 7
Activity and dialogue on belonging to the privileged agent group or the oppressed target group of society
Discussion on diversity’s place on America’s college campuses
“But I don’t have a race…I’m white.”
Discussing the idea of Multiculturalism and who belongs within the category
Examining issues of place and privilege in this community or learning environment..
Touch of Diversity Performance
Student based performance put together from actual occurrences of social injustice on a college campus. This performance will leave the audience with real accounts of injustice and invoke the dialogue to combat its continued oppression.
A number of vignettes formed from real scenarios of cultural discomfort of faculty, staff and students. The scenarios are left open-ended for the faculty and staff to process through dialogue.