CCU Dialogue Fellows
The CCU Dialogue Fellows program was founded in May 2018 to promote the idea that personal, political, social, and cultural differences can be bridged through honest, informed civil dialogue. This idea is at the core of democracy and citizenship, as well as a vital part of university life. CCU Dialogue Fellows provides the opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to interact with individuals with a diversity of experiences and backgrounds to explore issues of identity, access, free speech, equity, social justice and inclusion.
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CCU Dialogue Fellows Events
Join the CCU Dialogue Fellows in September to discuss various aspects of gun rights and gun violence, come share your thoughts and perspectives and hear from others in our community. The following events are free and open to all.
Gun Violence, Mental Health, or Both: What is the Real Issue?
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., EHFA 101
Deborah K. Conner
Vice President for Student Affairs
Lib Jackson Student Union A-108
Holley E. Tankersley
Associate Provost for Strategy and Development
Singleton Building 201B