Trotter Multicultural Center

Fall 2021 Flourish Series

Join Trotter Multicultural Center, the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and the LEAD Scholars Program Wednesday evenings 5:00-6:30 PM during the month of September in the Trotter Multicultural Center Multipurpose Room to explore many dimensions of wellness through the lens of personal and social identities.  

September 8: Social & Emotional Wellness

September 15: Academic Wellness

September 22: Physical Wellness

September 29: Financial Wellness


Inclusive Student Leadership Program

Inclusive student leadership programming at Trotter focuses on developing leaders who recognize and address the nuances of individual identities through their leadership informed by their understanding of multiculturalism and social justice.  Through courses and retreats in the Fall and Winter semesters, this program seeks to enhance students' leadership skills and knowledge and capacity for: Empathy, Critical Consciousness, Commitment to Justice, Equity in Purpose, Value of Collective Action, Controversy with Courage and Coalescence.


Intercultural Learning Program

Offering intercultural learning experiences and workshops for students, student staff teams and classes.  Often utilizing tools including the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), Intercultural Conflict Styles Inventory (ICS), etc., these offerings encourage global and inclusive mindsets as a strategy to effectively engage across differences.


Interfaith Program

The Interfaith Program at the Trotter Multicultural Center recognizes the critical role religious, spiritual and secular (RSS) worldview has in identity exploration, self-expression and in the practice of scholarship. Through intentional programming, this campus-wide initiative seeks to create and support efforts where students can explore their own RSS identity and make transformative connections with their peers across worldviews. Interfaith efforts are available through a collaborative partnership between the Center for Campus Involvement and the Trotter Multicultural Center.

 


Trotter Distinguished Leadership Series

Trotter Distinguished Leadership Series (TDLS) is designed to increase healthy discourse and learning throughout U-M by inviting speakers from the political and public service sectors of national and international note. Our goal is to bring together bright minds with talks that are idea-focused on a wide range of subjects to foster wonder and provoke conversations that matter to students.


Collaborative Programming

Collaborative Programming at the Trotter Multicultural Center offers a variety of programs in partnership with Schools, Colleges, and Units across campus to advance key DEI initiatives through the lens of Multiculturalism and Intercultural Development and to better serve students and the campus community. 


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