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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

Students and Campus Life

2021 Early Launch Students Share Diversity and Social Justice Reflections

The Early Launch program provides an engaging learning community for incoming first-year students to ease their transition to the collegiate learning experience during the summer and accelerate their progress toward earning their degree by fulfilling requirements for the Common Academic Program or their major. First year students starting in Fall 2021 share key takeaways from their CAP-Diversity and Social Justice course.

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Fall 2021

DSJ Hangouts

DSJ Hangouts aim to connect CAP DSJ educators, facilitate introductions and social engagements around classroom experiences, share insights and cool ideas, as well as address any CAP-DSJ related questions.

Race, Place and Human Rights

This (co)-curricular series focuses on race, place, human rights, and movements for just access to land and community; all with connections to local history and social action:

  • Racial Wealth Gap - Simulation by the Hall Hunger Initiative
    September 28 | 5-7 pm | KU Ballroom
  • Undesign the Redline - Exhibit on display
    October 2021 | Roesch Library Gallery
  • The Border Is Everywhere: mobilizing for rights in an Ohio detention center
    October 13 | 5:30-7 pm | Location TBA
  • Native Sovereignty and Land
    November 2 | 3:30-5 pm | Dialogue Zone
Faculty Events Resource Packet

DSJ in Blogs

CAP DSJ Coordinator
Youssef Farhat

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

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CONTACT

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


300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302
937-229-3651
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