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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 Voices

Faculty Reflection

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

By Maria Vivero, Ph.D.
Student Reflection

Finding Passion and Hope While Celebrating Diversity Through Coursework

By Amira Fitzpatrick '22
Spring 2021
DSJ Student Learning Assessment

We need your help! The Diversity ILG Working Group invites you to help us disseminate a student learning survey in your DSJ course this academic term. The survey is designed to serve not as a teaching evaluation but rather as an opportunity to learn more about how students are engaging with DSJ learning.

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DSJ Hangouts

DSJ Hangouts aim to connect DSJ educators, facilitate introductions and social engagements around classroom experiences, share insights and cool ideas, as well as address any CAP-DSJ related questions. 5 sessions are scheduled at alternative days and times for Spring 2021.

Dates & Registration
DSJ Spotlight
DSJ in Summer 2021 Global Learning Opportunities

Register for one of these summer CAP courses, RCE 200, PHL 364, HSS 302/384, SSC 200, which are part of the Global Learning Academy, and participate in the build-in two-week virtual field study on Racial Equity and Social Justice. There is no additional cost to the reduced summer tuition rate and scholarships are available. Apply by May 1, 2021.

Global Learning Academy
Curriculum on Racial Justice, Identity and Bias

While designed for high school audience, this curriculum equips any educator with resources and tools to introduce conversations on racial justice, identity, and bias into their classroom. Lessons are designed by UD Education Major students and optimized for virtual classrooms.

Ferguson Voices Curriculum

DSJ in Blogs

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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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