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CAP Diversity & Social Justice

By educating the mind and the heart, the school can form people who in turn can work at changing the very structures of their society to ensure a community of justice and reconciliation.

Blessed William Joseph Chaminade

DSJ Faculty Reflections

Global Languages

Echoes from the Past: Poetry of Resistance and Emerging Feminism

By Tatiana Liaugminas
Engineering

Engineering Systems, Theories and Modeling to Drive Solutions and Hope

By Raúl Ordóñez
Business

Financial Markets: It is Not What They Are, But What You Do With Them

By Maria Vivero

I never really enjoyed learning economics in any of my previous classes, but in my DSJ course, we learned about models showing all of the things our societies need to be working towards including environmental and social action, in order to achieve equality, prosperity and citizens' well-being.

Brynn Shoup-Hill

Art History

DSJ Classrooms

4 Dimensions

Intersectionality, Social Justice, Bias, and Intercultural Competence.

200+ Courses

Creating and developing skills to apply and practice these competencies.

1 Component

Part of a scaffolded model for a holistic educational experience.

DSJ Coordinator

Lecturer; Diversity and Social Justice Coordinator, Common Academic Program (CAP)

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Michelle C. Pautz, Ph.D. Assistant Provost for the Common Academic Program


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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302
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