Our Dialogue Facilitators are trained faculty and staff from throughout the University who facilitate our Dialogue Classes and Community Conversations. Selected through an application process and thoroughly trained and evaluated, facilitators will have a deep understanding of identity and power, social justice and the dialogic process.
Please email the Dr. Terry Nance Center for Dialogue if you’re interested in joining the Facilitator Team.
This training is designed to equip students with basic dialogic skills and practices. During Orientation, ACT students then utilize these skills to facilitate small groups after the Diversity Skit for all first-year students.
The Institute is designed to train faculty in antiracist principles and practices, and participate in dialogic conversations. Faculty members at any rank who teach 3-credit courses in any of the Colleges are eligible to apply. Faculty members representing all six colleges have completed the RJDI since 2021.
2024 Institute dates: TBD. Participants receive a stipend upon completion.