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RISC is continually evolving to support the needs of our student body and wider society

Race, Inequality and Social Change (RISC)

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We need your support to make RISC a permanent program at the University of Denver that all students can interact with.  This form serves multiple purposes.  The first is to provide a space for community members to talk about why they want RISC to become a reality.  Second, RISC is continually evolving to support the needs of our student body and wider society.  As we design the program, we are interested in your feedback.  We encourage you to share these two pieces of information on this page. 

  1. Ideas about RISC and the organization of the program. Questions for thought: What types of courses do you want to see offered? What types of restrictions exist that may keep you from taking RISC courses?  In what format (e.g., minor, major, CORE requirement) would you like to see this program implemented?
  2. Your narratives and support. Questions for thought: What has been your experience on campus (e.g., in the classroom, residence halls, dining halls, your office) as it relates to your multiple identities (e.g., race, gender, ability, sexual orientation)? How would/would have the RISC program influence your experience? How do you think the campus would change over time as a result of students taking RISC courses?
  3. Other comments. Questions for thought: How would RISC courses influence broader Denver and Colorado? What types of knowledge do students need to be successful in today's society? What are the most pressing issues of our time that could be addressed by RISC?

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