Hearing One Another

"Hearing One Another," developed by the Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership at Booth in partnership with The Second City and offered by the Office of the Provost, uses interactive activities to introduce students to the skilled practice of communicating across difference and understanding one another. The workshop focuses on recognizing the richness of each University community member's identity and experiences, and on developing listening and conversation habits that can promote more meaningful interactions and a stronger sense of belonging.  

When will Hearing One Another be offered?

All incoming students - and current students will have the opportunity to participate during Orientation. 

Incoming College Students
Campus Life Meeting: Hearing One Another
Tuesday, September 19, 9:00-11:00am
Keep an eye out for an appointment card from the College Programming Office.

Incoming Graduate/Professional Students
Graduate Student Orientation: Hearing One Another
Tuesday, September 19, 2:00-4:00pm
Please sign up through UChicagoGRAD by clicking here.

*JUST ANNOUNCED* Current Cllege and Graduate/Professional Students
Campus Workshop: Hearing One Another 

Tuesday, September 19, 2:00-4:00pm
Please sign up through CI+I by clicking here.

What about faculty and staff?

We plan to offer additional workshops starting in Fall Quarter. Interested in learning more? Let us know by emailing inclusion@uchicago.edu.

Are you looking for facilitators?

We are grateful to have more than 120 staff members, faculty members, graduate/professional students, postdocs, and community partners who volunteered to facilitate the sessions during Orientation.  Interested in participating in the next facilitator training session?  Drop us a note at inclusion@uchicago.edu

What happened to CLM: RISE Together?

Hearing One Another replaces RISE Together. This new workshop emphasizes the everyday social interactions that are essential to creating a more inclusive community. It will be the first of many opportunities for students to build and practice skills in these areas.

Additional questions?

We would love to hear from you at inclusion@uchicago.edu