Diversity - Religion and Spirituality Identity
- Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
- Strand Union Building, Ballroom B - view map
Overview: During this workshop, an interfaith panel discussion will explore questions relating to what is held sacred; religious and spiritual practices, beliefs, and biases; and the skills that support interfaith connections. Participants will also have the opportunity to engage in critical self-reflection and exploration related to religion and spirituality, areas of bias related to this aspect of cultural identity, and how awareness of this aspect of cultural identity in others is beneficial at MSU.
Why should you attend: This workshop provides an opportunity to learn and engage with religious and spiritual leaders from different faith traditions and observe how they approach interfaith dialogue. It’s also beneficial for people wanting to explore this aspect of identity, learn cultural attunement skills that aid in dialogue with others, and engage with MSU members across the religious and spiritual diversity spectrum.
Who Will Benefit: Staff, Faculty, and Students
To register for the Diversity Development Certificate offerings, visit the HR Training Registration site and search for the Diversity course you would like to attend.
- Human Resources