Advisers 2 ways to get involved this winter: Democracy through Dialogue!

Undergraduates of all perspectives and backgrounds encouraged to apply to either or both programs! The next priority deadline for both programs is January 21st.

Democracy through Dialogue is offering four one-session dialogues for undergraduates this Winter! Dinner is provided. Apply to one or more! The topics are #Metoo Movement, Negotiating our Identities, Socio-economic Class at the UW, and Climate Change & Responsibility.

The Deep-Dive Dialogue Series on Free Speech is an opportunity for twelve UW undergraduates of different backgrounds and perspectives to have ongoing (5-session) dialogue about an issue they all care about – over dinner.

Deep-Dive Dialogue Series on Free Speech occurs:

  • Mondays, February 4, 11, 25, March 11, April 8th (2019): 5-7pm

Between March 11th and April 8th, there will likely be another meeting/outing that your group does together at a time convenient for you and without the facilitators.

DtD one-session dialogues occur:

  • Wednesday, February 13th, 5-8pm: #Metoo Movement | Socio-economic Class at UW
  • Friday, February 25th, 5-8pm: Negotiating our Identities | Climate Change & Responsibility

Next priority deadline for both experiences – January 21st! Feel free to apply for both.

Space is limited to 12 people per group. As always, our goal will be to comprise a group of students whose perspectives and backgrounds reflect many walks of life, but who have interest in the same issue/topic. Please know that if you are not invited to this series simply because of the need to balance the group, there will be other ways to stay involved!

Please look for the applications on the website at www.uw.edu/carlson/dialogue.

For questions, email engage.

Our best,

Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

171 Mary Gates Hall

Box 352803

Seattle, WA 98195

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