What is Intergroup Dialogue?
Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) is a model of peer learning that involves semi-structured face-to-face meetings across social identity groups, discussion of relevant reading material, and exploration of group experiences in social and institutional contexts. The goal is to create a setting in which participants engage in open and constructive dialogue and explore issues of intergroup relations, intellectual diversity, free speech, conflict, and community.
At Miami, students can register for two different sprint courses: IDS 253 Voices of Discovery-Intergroup Dialogue, or IDS 151, Diversity Seminar. Both courses will be offered online this fall, and a few spots remain open for enrollment.
Watch the video below to learn why students say that there is nothing else like it at Miami!