ITGA - DCP webinar - Three Tools and an Opportunity - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Solomon
please mute if you are not speaking.
Bill Froehlich
Hello folks, if you have questions or comments, we will address them during the Q&A. feel free to type them here and we will add them to the list!
Gloria Aparicio Blackwell
How do we do this work now that we are operating in a virtual world and be effective?
Bill Froehlich
great question, we will TRY(!) to address this during discussion
Richelle Noroyan
Who are the students invited to be part of this process? Is it already Identified student leaders or can a student hear about this process and ask to be included?
Bill Froehlich
great question, i'll ask Ted Mason that question directly later in the conversation
Walter Woods
Robert - Were there any specific off campus groups that were invited to participate i.e. community groups, churches other groups that participate in the life of the community?
Bill Froehlich
I've just sent out the campus report to the group!
Bill Froehlich
For information about DCP's Campus Academy Initiative, please use this link: https://go.osu.edu/dcpca.
Robert Solomon
community groups are invited in specific instances. For diversity round table at the law school, we had local lawyers and mentors.
Gloria Aparicio Blackwell
When you mentioned involving the community how did you handle the immigrant community, language barrier and the timing and location of the meeting?
Robert Solomon
We have been meeting on line via zoom in every way we did in person. While it is limited, it is still an outlet. It can also provide more outlets to host small group discussions.
Brian Williams
Any suggestions related to community engagement? On how to address the current digital challenges - issues related to digital literacy and the digital divide?
Robert Solomon
We have not had to deal with language barriers with immigrant communities thus far, but we would include interpreters and community organizations or alumni. It is key to build those relationships beforehand.
Poppy Humphrey
Thank you so much for such an insightful session, it's been wonderful to hear about all the great work being undertaken. Take good care. Hopefully see you all at ITGA 2020. Poppy H from the UK!
Lynda Bell
Are there any examples where community organizations are part of the planning and implementation teams?
Gloria Aparicio Blackwell
Thank you for this presentation and the work you are doing in your campus. It is important to keep this discussion and to come up with an effective and inclusive plan. I appreciate the information. Keep up the good work.
Maggie Holroyd
Thank you for this session. We greatly appreciate the work you are doing and for sharing this information.
Bill Froehlich
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Bill Froehlich
The project invites “core leadership groups” to apply. Ideally, a core leadership group will include eight individuals. The goal is to form a leadership team that includes both those who would be at the table when decisions are made when a divisive incident or conflict arises on campus and those who would implement planning to improve the resilience and readiness of the campus. These might include, for example, two representatives from the president’s or provost’s office, a representative from diversity and inclusion leadership (may overlap with the first category), a campus police representative, a faculty member, a communications expert, a student affairs staff member, and a student leader.
John Armstrong
Thank you, very helpful!
Thank you very much for the information
Lynda Bell
Thanks to the presenters. This was very informative.
Valarie Turner
Divided Community Project model/concept has been a very instrumental model used at Howard University. It has been quite effective in working with our student leaders.
Blair Boozer
Thank you all so much!
Brian Williams
Thank you!
julian capel
Thank you for this information!
Gloria Aparicio Blackwell
Thank you