Intercultural Training Certificate


"I am a possibilist. I believe that humanity is master of its own fate... Before we can change direction, we have to question many of the assumptions underlying our current philosophy. Assumptions like bigger is better; you can't stop progress; no speed is too fast; globalization is good. Then we have to replace them with some different assumptions: small is beautiful; roots and traditions are worth preserving; variety is the spice of life; the only work worth doing is meaningful work; biodiversity is the necessary pre-condition for human survival."
- Robert Bateman




                                                               Dr. Regina McClinton, Director
                                                               Intercultural Training Certificate



The Intercultural Training Certificate is a 15-hour academic certificate of completion designed to give students the skills to interact sensitively and effectively with the rich diversity of people in our increasingly global community. Students will learn in an atmosphere of respect about the many kinds of difference that expand our human capacity and enrich our experiences.


Interested in learning more? Please click HERE for an informational video on how to complete the certificate.


Open office hours with Dr. McClinton March 14th from 9-11 and 1-2, March 19th from 8-12 and March 20th from 8-12, in 204 LOH.  Please drop by with any questions.


Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society, and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today.
    ~Jinato Hu




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