Discover Diversity at UA’s Crossroads
The Crossroads Community Center is an initiative of the Division of Community Affairs. Crossroads provides leadership in cultural programming and intercultural education by:
- Building relationships across cultures through innovative programs and initiatives designed to prepare students for a global society.
- Serving as a resource for organizations on and off campus concerned with intercultural issues in the community.
- Providing leadership and coordination for volunteers and professionals involved in intercultural activities.
- Conducting research and engaging in creative activity designed to build capacity for a multicultural society.
Inclusive Leadership through Sustained Dialogue UH 120 or NEW 120 Fall 2014
1.0 hour Pass/Fail credit
Thursdays 4:00 – 4:50 pm
In an increasingly globalized world, leaders need the skills to resolve conflict across difference. Sustained Dialogue is a five-stage dialogue-to-action model that requires participants to take the time to focus first on transforming change-blocking relationships, and then on solving problems.
UA Center for Ethics Director Featured on National Public Radio
The All Things Considered story by Debbie Elliott is the latest in a string of national news stories featuring the work of the University of Alabama Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility.
A new document, “UAct: Working together to create an ethical community defined by respect and civility,” has been placed on the UA website at http://www.ua.edu/uact.
The document provides UA students, employees and visitors with a list of reporting channels they can use to report incidences of illegal discrimination, harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence, retaliation, threat assessment or fraud.
McLelland: New Job Is Real-World Test of Her Preparation
Looking back after six months in her new job as director of Crossroads Community Center, Lane Busby McLelland, the former assistant director of New College, is excited by her new responsibilities, which she sees as an opportunity to apply all her academic and life experiences to the challenges facing higher ed today .