Diversity and Democracy, Spring, 2016

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Working Collectively across Differences

College students should have significant practice solving complex problems with diverse groups of collaborators in order to prepare for the challenges they will face in the workplace and in civic life. This issue of Diversity & Democracy contains articles highlighting courses, programs, and initiatives where students are engaging in such collaborative problem-solving across differences.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Working Collectively across Differences

By Regan Breeden, Susquehanna University

By Autumn Brown, Anti-Oppression Resource And Training Alliance; Nickyia Cogshell, Century College; Susan Gust, Partners Three Consulting Company; Tania D. Mitchell, University Of Minnesota; Sinda Nichols, Minnesota Campus Compact; and Julie Plaut, Minnesota Campus Compact

Research and Assessment

By Benjamin P. Correia, Interfaith Youth Core; Alyssa N. Rockenbach, North Carolina State University; and Matthew J. Mayhew, New York University

By David Wong and Dawn Simpson Branham—both of Michigan State University

Campus Practice

By Michael White and Karl Lorenz—both of the University of Minnesota

By Amani Elshimi, American University in Cairo

By Julia Carroll and Amy E. Traver—both of Queensborough Community College

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