The Nebraska Community of Learners — Understanding Diversity through Education is offering 21 small learning groups for the spring semester, and registration is now open.
NCLUDE small learning groups offer a space to talk candidly over the course of a semester, addressing inclusive excellence as a part of everyday interactions. These small groups are intended to develop relationships in concentrated areas of introspection to help students, faculty, staff, alumni and the larger community understand and embrace the opportunities to create a greater sense of inclusion for all.
The wide range of topics include Nebraska farm life, generational differences, racial allyship, and leading inclusive excellence, among others. The spring slate of NCLUDE small groups are led by emerging and established diversity and inclusion leaders from across the university, including members of University Libraries, the Center for Transformative Teaching, Student Affairs, and the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Learning group participants commit to meeting with the same small group of six to 12 people six times over the semester. Participants will have designated learning materials to prepare for each meeting, and the discussions will focus on applying those materials through self-reflection and everyday action.
Registration closes on Jan. 19, although priority will be given to those who register early. See group descriptions, meeting times and dates and also how to register here. All are invited into this community of care.
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