Located in Grand Hall, Saint Louis University's Diversity and Global Citizenship Learning Community aims to create an open-minded environment that appreciates difference, celebrates diversity and promotes cultural education.
Why Choose the Diversity and Global Citizenship Learning Community?
The Diversity and Global Citizenship Learning Community helps students to answer what it means to live in a global society by exploring the human experience. The students and faculty in this community are passionate about social justice and inclusion on a local and global scale. The community participates in dialogues about identity, dinners with faculty and workshops to further their understanding of diversity. This community is open to all students.
Recommended for: Students majoring in women's and gender studies, African American studies, American studies, sociology, anthropology, communication, economics, environmental studies, international studies, political science, and other arts and sciences majors.
Diversity and Global Citizenship Courses
All learning community students will be placed into the associated Diversity and Global Citizenship courses by the learning community academic coordinator.
J.D. Bowen, Ph.D., studies Latin American politics, race and ethnicity, U.S. foreign policy (particularly in Latin America), and elite politics. Bowen has been teaching with the learning community program since 2009.