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UIC Dialogues Courses

Spring 2014

Campus Course (CC)

CC 120 - First Year Dialogue Seminar: an eight-week course offered to incoming first-year students in various colleges. Uses the IGD four-stage model and offers introductory content on social identity, privilege, discrimination, and communication across difference, while introducing students to the diverse UIC campus.

Fall 2013

Campus Course (CC)
CC 120 - First Year Dialogue Seminar: an eight-week course offered to incoming first-year students in various colleges. Uses the IGD four-stage model and offers introductory content on social identity, privilege, discrimination, and communication across difference, while introducing students to the diverse UIC campus.

Honors College
HON 140 - Intergroup Dialogue on Race and Gender. A semester-long course that uses the traditional four-stage IDG format to explore social identity group membership, privilege, power, opression, and what it means to be an ally, but focuses on two aspects of social identity (race and gender), rather than just one. Offered in the Honors College.

College of Pharmacy
PHARM 385 - Intergroup Dialogue offered to professional students in the College of Pharmacy. Uses the IGD format and applies the content knowledge gleaned from the course to explore issues of social identity relevant to the health sciences

Fall 2011

College of Pharmacy
Facilitated by Clara Awe, PhD, EdD – Director of the Urban Health Program in the College of Pharmacy & Jason Rebello – Diversity Affairs Coordinator for the College of Pharmacy

Past Pilots

Honors College
This course, facilitated by Dr. Donna Baptiste and Charu Thakral, took place in the UIC Honors College during the Fall 2010 Semester. Its focus was race and gender.

Communications
This course, facilitated by Dr. Patricia Harkin and Danielle Smith, Assistant to the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, took place in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Communications during the Spring 2011 semester.