Intergroup Relations

ALA 324, Facilitation for Effective Leadership

ALA 324 is a new course that was created as part of the IGR Minor in Intergroup Relations Education. This course prepares students to be facilitative leaders in campus and community organizations throughout their undergraduate years at U-M and beyond.  Whether students hold leadership roles on campus or in the community, serve as members in student or civic organizations, are part of study groups, or would like to expand their general repertoire of leadership skills, this course will help them learn various methods of facilitation, develop and practice effective facilitation, and acquire li



You Are Invited to Register for the Second Biennial Conference!

We invite and encourage all members of the IGR community to consider attending this event. IGR and The National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) will be this years' site hosts. IGR will also be presenting two sessions at the conference.

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Alumni Spotlight: Adam Falkner

IGR shines this month’s Alumni Spotlight on Adam Falkner, a 2007 Graduate of U-M and IGR. Adam was deeply involved in many aspects of the program while a student, and he went on to pursue a uniquely designed life path that incorporates many facets of his IGR experiences, which have significantly shaped who he is as an individual and a community leader. Adam works in the non-profit sector using arts and education to further dialogue and social justice, and is also currently pursuing a Ph.D.

Photo of Adam Falkner

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