For participants in primary education, facilitating effective communication in sensitive and emergency situations is essential for individuals who interact with students, faculty, families, and the school community as a whole. A separate version of the program provides innovative and meaningful diversity and leadership training to students and professionals on college and university campuses. Participants in both primary and secondary education use paintings, sculpture, and photographs as tools to consider and reconsider assumptions, biases, and ethical issues germane to working with diverse groups in educational settings.

  • Columbia School of Journalism, New York, NY
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
  • The New York Times School, New York, NY
  • Smith College Executive Education for Women, Northampton, MA
  • St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN
  • University of Georgia, Athens, GA
  • University of Nebraska, Great Plains National Security Education Consortium, Lincoln, NE
  • University of Virginia Nursing School, Charlottesville, VA