• RECENT NEWS •
We recently sat down with our Managing Director of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network, Rhonda Fitzgerald to discuss our long-standing partnership with Ethiopian universities, Life and Peace Institute (LPI), and the Peace and Development Center (PDC). Rhonda has led our partnership with LPI and PDC from inception to now, and we can’t wait to hear her reflections.
As you move your educational and professional spaces into digital spaces, we are able to provide our workshops and trainings virtually! Sustained Dialogue Institute has workshops for groups of all sizes and lengths of engagement.
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Are you suddenly conducting dialogues on Zoom and struggling to make it work? Check out our 10 tips for success!
You can learn more during our weekly Introduction to Using Zoom for Online Dialogue workshop! Sign up here: https://bit.ly/39pInkV
SDCN is excited to still able to offer workshops to campuses and communities based on our 20+ years of experience. Here are our three main offerings right now: Virtual dialogue groups that meet weekly in the following weeks Skill building workshops for individuals who want to facilitate or continue their dialogue work Tested virtual offerings for campuses, especially those seeking to find creative ways to engage students in dialogue View our current offerings and register here. How can virtual workshops […]
The guide is meant as a tool for moderators leading a dialogue group that has been formed for the purpose of explicitly focusing on faith, religion, and worldview. Moderators using the guide should have already participated in a Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training, and should be using the resource guide in conjunction with the full SD Moderator Manual. If you don’t have the full moderator manual reach out to the SD leadership team on your campus or to Sustained Dialogue at […]
As we kick off 2020, we’re reflecting on the year that just finished. Check out this infographic to learn about what the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network team was up to during 2019!