We have been asked to pause our academic programming from September 2022 to March 2023 to allow for an external review process. During this time, we’ll reflect on accomplishments and lessons learned from past semesters and how we can shape future semesters to best serve our students.
Over the past 20 years, approximately 1000 students have graduated from our Semester in Dialogue program. That’s 1000 students who have learned the art of dialogue to advance causes they care about. These graduates have gone on to found non-profit organizations, be elected as mayors and on city councils, and be appointed in civil service positions at municipal, provincial and federal levels. We can’t wait to see how our next 1000 students shape their communities.
The Semester in Dialogue is a core program of SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. Many of our graduates also go on to be key contributors in shaping other core initiatives at the Centre, elsewhere in SFU, and with many of the organizations that partner with the Centre.
We’re excited about the future of a redesigned Semester in Dialogue. Stay tuned!