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A New Diversity Programming Model at the University of New Haven: SUN Program - Students United at New Haven
Transcript of A New Diversity Programming Model at the University of New Haven: SUN Program - Students United at New Haven
•Encourage RSOs to
with one another on various programmatic initiatives
•Assist with the provision of
to the campus community
Establish and strengthen personal connections
between student leaders by way of participation in meaningful dialogue with one another
•Provide a means to
address and overcome the communication and social climate challenges
present in a multicultural environment like the University of New Haven
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SUBJECT: SUN Program
RSOs and USGA
officers want to
see unity &
Spring '13 Leadership Day:
understanding of diversity
SUCCESS on a diverse college campus (& society) in the 21st century
SUN Program Objectives
How Do We Get Involved?
For More Information...
Wanda D. Tyler
Office of Intercultural Relations
Bartels 208 (wing opposite Student Activities)
RSOs need/want money to plan and execute programs
Opportunities & Challenges
SUN participants will seek out collaborations with RSOs they don't typically work with.
Groups can also co-sponsor with academic and student affairs departments.
Approximately $2000 will be available from Intercultural Relations to assist with funding these collaborative efforts.
Monthly Planning Meetings + Diversity Roundtables
SUN participants will come together monthly to make connections and work out details for future diversity programs.
During these monthly meetings, participants will also have the goal of discussing issues related to campus climate and cross-cultural relations.
Attendance at these roundtables is optional, but highly encouraged.
Roundtables would ideally be co-facilitated by individuals trained on group process.
Office of Intercultural Development:
Lafayette's Intercultural Networking Council
Funding Request Form
Spring '15 "Die In" + Aftermath
There's room for education and compassion around issues of diversity, esp. race.