GOODTalk seeks to bring together staff members in the Division of Student Affairs and University Faculty to engage around topics which influence our communities and are relevant to understanding and facilitating dialogue. This ten week experience will offer an opportunity for personal reflection and growth, conversations across and about difference, and the development of a social justice knowledge base that will assist in facilitating dialogue with Clemson students.
Topics participants can expect to explore include, but are not limited to: ability status, gender expression, national origin, race, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status of origin.
GOODTalk 2.0 is a follow-up experience to the traditional GOODTalk program. It is a 10-week intensive dialogue focused specifically on one social identity topic from diverse perspectives. In addition to deepening the learning associated with the outcomes of GOODTalk, this follow-up experience allows participants to further study the intersectionality of your social identities.
Who can participate?: This experience is open to all of our graduates of the GOODTalk program and meets weekly for 2 hours.
What are the topics?: Depending upon interest, we will offer a session on either Gender & Sexuality, Religion & Spirituality or Race & Ethnicity.
If you are a graduate of our GOODTalk program and are interested in participating in GOODTalk 2.0 please complete the form below: