Civil Dialogue

Civil dialogue on campus can be boosted with Perspectives

How a new version of an eight-week course with a long history can help improve discourse at your college.

Ready for the fall? 10 potential policy pitfalls college leaders must address this summer

One litigation specialist says institutions should ensure procedures and strategies are updated before the fall.

When is the right time for college presidents to speak the truth?

Four leaders share how and why they might use the ‘bully pulpit’ to address tough topics in their communities.

What is really being taught in a course on critical race theory?

How an institution in one highly polarized state is going against the odds to offer it to undergraduates.

How colleges are honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, hosting Day of Racial Healing

Peaceful marches, powerful speakers and students serving their communities will highlight week of activities.

The student vote: Why it counts and how colleges can help in the process

Raising awareness and aiding young students in navigating a complex system can make them more civically engaged.

Critical race theory: 3 experts discuss its true role in higher education

University leaders offer a history lesson by debunking several theories, including its prevalence on campuses.

How a new Roadmap for colleges on civil dialogue can drive free expression

Bipartisan Policy Center and task force of higher education leaders combine to improve free speech on campuses.

How CSU-Monterey Bay president says colleges can improve civil dialogue

Bringing disparate groups together through well-structured forums is just one way to build trust on both sides.

Among top 8 priorities, college leaders rate civic engagement near bottom

Are institutions underestimating its importance given the national divide and potential for protests on campuses?

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