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DIVERSITY DIALOGUES 
CIEE CONFERENCE 
November 23, 2014 
Carol Larson, University of Pittsburgh 
Catherine Menyhart, CIEE
Insights 
List two or three insights generated during this conference 
•What actions will you take as a result of these i...
Questions 
List two or three questions that have been generated or are still unanswered for you? 
•What are the assumptio...
Questions 
In small groups, discuss these questions and choose one to “move forward” 
November 23, 2014 
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Diversity Dialogue

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Participants will reflect on conference sessions and speakers – all devoted to the theme of breaking barriers and increasing diversity in international education – and identify key themes and actions for moving forward. We'll engage in discussions and develop action plans to ensure that conference insights result in positive change and an increased ability to support all students on international and intercultural programs.

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Diversity Dialogue

  1. 1. DIVERSITY DIALOGUES CIEE CONFERENCE November 23, 2014 Carol Larson, University of Pittsburgh Catherine Menyhart, CIEE
  2. 2. Insights List two or three insights generated during this conference •What actions will you take as a result of these insights? •Who will you share them with? •What are possible barriers to putting them into action? •What assumptions underpin those perceived barriers? November 23, 2014 2
  3. 3. Questions List two or three questions that have been generated or are still unanswered for you? •What are the assumptions underlying these questions? •What are the perceived barriers to addressing these questions? •What could you do to address those barriers? November 23, 2014 3
  4. 4. Questions In small groups, discuss these questions and choose one to “move forward” November 23, 2014 4

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