Fall Sustained Dialogue Group
- Thursday, September 16, 2021 to Thursday, November 11, 2021, at 12:00am
Sustained Dialogue at MSU will be hosting a weekly dialogue group during the fall semester over the course of ten weeks around the topic of Anti-trans Legislation in Montana and/or Mental Health and Finding Community During COVID-19. Our goal is to gather passionate participants to work together through thoughtful dialogue and take action on one or both of these important topics. Graduate and undergraduate students, as well as Faculty and Staff, are welcome to apply!
This is an excellent opportunity to:
- Learn how to dialogue in tough conversations or moments of disagreement, rather than debate, argue, or disengage
- Learn more about your own identities and the identities of your peers who you might not interact with otherwise
- Build relationships with members of the community
- Learn interpersonal and leadership skills: conflict resolution, active listening, finding comfort in silence
- Take collaborative action and create meaningful change on campus, in the community, or beyond
If you are interested in participating in a dialogue group this fall, please fill out *THIS FORM!* Please note that this form is an application to participate in the dialogue. Participants will be selected based on their willingness to deeply listen and commit to the dialogue process. If you are chosen to participate in the dialogue group, you will be notified by Thursday, September 9th.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions by emailing [email protected].
- Sustained Dialogue at MSU