Education & Training

The Office of Intercultural Engagement strives to provide interactive programs and comprehensive services that heighten the University’s commitment to diversity. In partnership with several key offices and academic units, the Office of Intercultural Engagement offers the following to accomplish this charge:
  • Kaleidoscope Peer Education Program
    • A dynamic peer education program using an intergroup dialogue model to create communities of learners around issues of diversity, multiculturalism and social justice.
  • Gender and Sexuality Educators
    • Gender and Sexuality Educators work with both the Assistant Director of Intercultural Engagement and Graduate Assistant for LGBTQ+ Outreach and Advocacy to plan and execute timely and poignant programming centered around gender and sexuality, facilitate educational programming and workshops, and sharing their experiences to inform the work we do in OIE.
  • Training, Skill Development and Special Topic Presentations
    • A wide range of training and skill development presentations for in-depth exploration of issues of social justice, intercultural communication and leadership.
  • LGBTQ+ Workshop Request
    • Our staff can facilitate a special workshop around topics of gender, sexuality, and inclusion for your group upon request. To best accommodate your needs and goals for the workshop, please provide two weeks in advance of your desired workshop date.
  • Safe Zone
    • SafeZone creates a network of allies who promote a campus environment that is open and welcoming to all LGBTQ students.
  • Spartans LINC! Conference
    • Spartans Leading for an INclusive Campus is an annual one-day leadership conference focused on the intersections of identity, inclusion, and diversity sponsored by the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning (OLSL) and the Office of Intercultural Engagement (OIE).
  • #WordsMatterUNCG
    • The “Words Matter” campaign aims to encourage the UNCG campus community to understand the power and impact of words in promoting inclusion on campus.