Diversity, Cultural Fluency to be Discussed in Special Campus Presentations
In a place as diverse as the University of Arizona, the ability to understand and communicate across different cultures is important. This month, two special campus presentations will focus on ways members of the UA and greater Tucson communities can communicate across diverse communities, and as a result increase creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
L. Michelle LeBaron, professor of law and director of the dispute resolution program at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, will speak on Feb. 27 and 28 at two events sponsored by the UA Ombuds Program, in collaboration with the UA BookStores and the offices of the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Special Advisor to the President for Diversity and Inclusion. read more »