IJourney workshops are peer developed, peer led workshops covering a variety of topics. Facilitated by pool of trained student-facilitators, IJourney workshops explore issues of social identity, exclusion/inclusion, and being an ally. Student-faciliators with requestors to adapt, modify, or create a workshop to meet the needs of the specific groups.
Workshop topics include:
- segregation on campus
- building inclusive organizations
IConnect is a peer led workshop explores diversity, social identity, and ally behavior. Make the connection!
Who Am I? Examining Our Social Identity takes an in-depth look at our personal identities and their effects on the world around us.
Enhancing Stereotype Awareness works to draw our attention to stereotypes we hold and how they effect our interactions with other.
A Campus Divided: Who, Where, & Why We Segregate explores group dynamics on campus with the goal to increase our awareness and understanding of “self segregation.”
I-Include examines the group dynamics behind inclusion and exclusion, and how we may help foster or hinder diversity.
Belief: Exploring ways of Making Meaning assists participants in learning from one another about their religious/non-religious beliefs and ways they make meaning.
I’m Aware: Examining Our Privilege looks at how privilege is connected with our identities and how it applies to our everyday lives.
Real Talk: Connecting Communities through Intercultural Communication provides opportunities to explore ways to communicate effectively across cultural differences.
Taking Off the Training Wheels: Cycling through Socialization investigates our own awareness of the ways we are socialized through an interactive art gallery.
...Or perhaps you are interested in a completely different workshop. Let us create a unique workshop that caters specifically to your purpose.
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