The Program on Intergroup Relations hosts a National Intergroup Dialogue Institute annually for faculty and staff who wish to learn our philosophy and techniques for the purpose of creating dialogue programs on their own campuses.
The National Institute will be held June 17th - 20th, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Join us in learning about intergroup dialogue and how you might use it at your institution!
Explore the overall dialogue framework and The Michigan Model
Strategize the development and support of academic and co-curricular programs
Participate in engaging activities commonly used in intergroup dialogue settings
While we will engage in interactive activities, the purpose of this Institute is to demonstrate the curriculum and structure of intergroup dialogue.
The Institute provides support and skiils for applying the pedagogy on home campuses. (Time does not permit formal facilitator training, although there is discussion of next steps in this regard.)
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Wednesday, June 17th
8:00am - 9:00am - Registration
9:00am - 5:30pm - Institute
** There will be no onsite registration. Furthermore, you must order additional books as part of your registration / ahead of time, as we will not have onsite book purchases. **
We recommend bringing teams from your institution, as time will be dedicated to strategizing the development and support of programs at your particular institution. Additionally, we strongly recommend that undergraduate or graduate students attending the institute be accompanied by a faculty/staff member and/or be a part of an institutional team.
Registration for the Institute has been limited to a maximum number of 60 people in order to ensure that we are able to meet the needs of all attendees. Please contact IGR before registering if you plan on bringing more than 6 people from your institution or program to the Institute.
Registration rates include:
4 day attendance
Lunch on all days
Snacks during breaks
A flash drive with all of the institute power point presentations, many of our exercises/activities, our complete dialogue curriculum, and other training information and assesment tools
The most inexpensive way of getting from the airport to Ann Arbor is via the Michigan Flyer. Information can be found and reservations can be made at the Michigan Flyer website.
Other travel arrangements may be made through a taxi or car service. U.S. Limo Sedan & Taxi Service has 24-hour service and a variety of transportation services. Information can be found and reservations can be made at the U.S. Limo Sedan & Taxi Service website.
There are also taxis at the airport. A few local companies are: