Intentional Training in Collaborative Dialogue Skills
We’re building on resources across Dartmouth that provide our students, faculty, and staff with intentional training in the development of essential collaborative dialogue skills.
Can the U.S. Lead the Israelis and Palestinians Towards Peace?
This in-person and livestreamed Feb. 29 conversation features Andrew Miller, deputy assistant secretary of state for Israeli-Palestinian affairs.
Motivational Interviewing Training for Faculty and Staff
Caitlin Barthelmes, directer of the Student Wellness Center, leads this two-day training on March 19 and 21, 2024. Register by March 11.
“Our society is at a critical moment when we seem to have lost the ability—and the will—to listen to and understand perspectives beyond our own. Dialogue enables us to recognize and build upon our shared humanity. ”
Elizabeth F. Smith, Director of Academic Partnerships and Faculty Engagement
Bringing Unconventional Voices Into Dialogue
Speech professor Josh Compton, a member of our steering committee, advocates for vocal diversity.
“By creating brave spaces, we will challenge our community to confront power dynamics and come together in pursuit of genuine dialogue, leading to increased empathy and a deeper sense of community.”
Kristi Clemens, Director of Student and Staff Initiatives
Dartmouth Dialogues is our shared commitment to expanding programming across the institution dedicated to facilitating conversations and skills that bridge political and personal divides.