Winona State University
Weekend Workshop: How to Have Meaningful Conversations About Race Across Race (ended)
#: 2100001   ID: CECT 0268   Section: 45  
This course introduces participants to the process of facilitating meaningful dialogue around race in personal and professional settings. Focus is on the difficulties faced when attempting to discuss the often-sensitive issue of race, overcoming defensiveness about and resistance to conversations about race, and/or establishing a mindset that can lead to more meaningful conversations. The course is delivered using a combination of lecture, discussion, and experiential activities. 

*** Please note that non-credit seats are offered on an as-available basis. Priority is given to for-credit students.
To take this course for non-credit / 1.3 CEU | 13 Clock Hours: Add this workshop to your shopping cart and complete registration and check out.
If you are a current WSU student and wish to take this course for undergraduate or graduate credit please choose one of the following below: 
If you are a new or returning WSU student and wish to take this workshop for undergraduate credit, contact the WSU-Rochester Student and Campus Services staff at: 507.285.7100 to review your student record status.
If you are not currently admitted to WSU as a graduate student and wish to take this workshop for graduate credit, contact Brenda Canar in the Graduate Studies Office at 507.457.5038.
 For more help or information, call 507.457.5080 or email:
Bring to Class:
Please note that Friday dinner and Saturday lunch are both working meals. Plan for that by bringing a sack lunch and snacks each day.

This offering will be held at the Winona State University - Rochester Campus in room 206/208 in Coffman 
Varied Schedule
4:00 PM
Contact Hours:
Registration Cutoff Date:
Dates & Times:
9/10/2021   4:00PM - 9:30PM Coffman Center - 206 ( See Map )
Coffman Center - 208 ( See Map )
9/11/2021   9:00AM - 4:30PM Coffman Center - 206 ( See Map )
Coffman Center - 208 ( See Map )