The dynamic team developing, co-facilitating, and supporting academic courses, research, and community engagement is comprised of multi-disciplinary faculty and graduate students, experienced program staff, and committed administrators.
Graduate Research Assistant
Undergraduate Program Assistants, Joel Garcia & Kyrani Ashley Reneau
The program is administered through the School of Education, in the Department of Cultural Foundations of Education, and is supported through Academic Affairs and the Chancellor’s Initiative Fund. Program offices, and classroom and meeting space, are located at 113 Euclid Avenue and 111 Waverly Avenue.
Our Fall 2012 Teaching Team includes:
SOC/WGS 230 Section 1 Women’s Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity: Co-facilitated by Afua Boahene & Diane Swords
SOC/WGS 230 Section 2 Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity: Co-facilitated by A. Wendy Nastasi & Jermaine Soto
SOC/WGS 230 Section 3 Dialogue on Sexuality & Gender: Co-facilitated by Chase Catalano & Crista Gray
Our Spring 2013 Teaching Team includes:
SOC/WGS 230 Section 1 Dialogue on Faith, Conflict & Community: Co-facilitated by Tiffany Steinwert & Diane Swords
SOC/WGS 230 Section 2 Women’s Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity: Co-facilitated by Afua Boahene & Diane Swords
SOC/WGS 230 Section 3 Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity: Co-facilitated by A. Wendy Nastasi & Jermaine Soto
CFE 300 Section 1 Dialogue in Action: Class Matters: Facilitated by Meredith Madden (Spring 2012)
CFE 300 Section 2 Dialogue in Action: Many Faiths One Humanity: Co-facilitated by Tiffany Steinwart & Diane Swords
More information about team members may be found under team member bios.
Contact Information for Teaching Team 2012-2013
George Athanas, Assistant Director, Office of Residence Life
James Duah-Agyeman, Ph.D., Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Adjunct Faculty, Cultural Foundations of Education
Lisa Pye, M.A., M.P.A., Doctoral Candidate, Cultural Foundations of Education
Thomas V. Wolfe, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs
Earlier co-facilitators have continued their work on intergroup dialogue in new positions on other college and university campuses or in community/work settings including: Jacob Bartholomew, Courtney Brewster, Janet Dodd, Rebecca Johnson, Jared Halter, Lauren Hannahs, Judy Hamilton, Adrea Jaehnig, Jennifer Koslovsky, Sacchi Patel, Roslyn Rasberry, Tremayne Robertson, Carolyn Salter, Amit Taneja