Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) is a credit-bearing academic course for undergraduate students to explore personal and social identities across differences through a sustained dialogue experience. In the course, students navigate difficult conversations about social power, oppression, and systemic injustice as it relates to identity. The purpose of IGD is to facilitate dialogue across differences to deepen understanding of social issues.

Graduate student practicum applications are now open for Fall 2019! Click here to apply!

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