Students can learn so much from each other, particularly considering the range of backgrounds and experiences that Wheaton students bring to campus from the 39 states and 72 countries that they represent.
What does Wheaton do to create an inclusive environment in which this learning and sharing takes place? And how are the college’s efforts affected by the prejudice, political discord and violence making headlines in the wider world.
On the next Lyons Lunch and Learning webcast, President Dennis M. Hanno will talk about the college’s efforts to foster an inclusive learning environment as well as the work beginning to develop a strategic plan to further the college’s progress.
President Hanno will be joined by members of the community who are taking the lead on college efforts to strengthen inclusion, diversity, and community. The discussion will begin at 12:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, Sept. 15.
Join the conversation. How do you view the importance of diverse viewpoints on a college campus? What might Wheaton do to promote an inclusive environment that encourages students to learn from each other, from differences as well as similarities?
Share your thoughts or ask a question of President Hanno and our students by sending a message in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. And register for the webcast today.
Date: Thursday, Sept. 15
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Where: Wheaton’s YouTube channel