One important sub-group of our educational efforts are the ADL Campus of Difference Facilitator Cadre. The ADL Cadre is made up of 40 staff and faculty across campus who are trained to facilitate A Campus of Difference Session for student groups.
While student are at Elon, they will have many opportunities to engage with individuals and communities with values and customs both similar to and different than their own.
These experiences will happen not only in their daily interactions in class, on campus and in the residence halls, but also in the experiences in which they choose to participate: internships, leadership, service, study abroad and undergraduate research.
The ADL Campus of Difference sessions work to support those interactions through:
Members of the ADL Cadre are supported in their work by Leigh-Anne Royster, Director of Inclusive Community Wellbeing
The Office of Inclusive Well-Being offers tailored Inclusive Lens Workshops for departments and divisions across campus. The Director will work with your area to tailor a session that addresses the individual needs of your department. Overall, Inclusive Lens Workshops can help employees in your department:
The Supervisor Series for Diversity Leadership is a collaborative effort with the Office of Leadership and Professional Development. The series meets monthly with employees who have supervisory responsibility to discuss the impact of diversity and inclusion considerations in a supervisory role. The Spring 2015 Series meets the last Monday of every month from 12:00 - 1:15. Lunch is provided. The series speakers include:
For more information about registering for the Supervisor Series for Diversity Leadership, please contact Leigh-Anne Royster or Mandy Stovall
The Consortium of Diversity and Inclusion Experts (CDICE) is composed of more than 60 faculty and staff members from across campus with deep knowledge of issues related to diversity and/or bias and discrimination. These staff and faculty members have committed to create educational programming to address both immediate and long term needs. This consortium:
The Diversity 101 Roundtables series promotes a begining conversation around many of the constructs that impact diversity celebration and brings beginnning awareness to multiple forms of identity, power, privilege and inequality.
The next Diversity 101 Roundtable series will be take place in Spring 2015. Please contact Leigh-Anne Royster for more information.
The Steering Committee for CDICE is listed below. If you would like to be involved in the Consortium, please contact Leigh-Anne Royster.