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Center for Cultural Pluralism

Center for Cultural Pluralism

The Center focuses on the intersections of issues of culture and social justice.

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To see what events and programs we have planned, check out CCP's events calendar.

Welcome to the Center for Cultural Pluralism!

Our Mission & Philosophy

The Center for Cultural Pluralism (CCP) is an office of the Diversity & Equity Unit under the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity & Multicultural Affairs.

The mission of the Center is to equip faculty, staff and students with the cultural and social justice competencies necessary to function at their best in their intellectual, leadership and pedagogical practices so that the Unviersity can provide the highest quality of education.

The Center offers a unique “Cultural Hub” where individuals and organizations working on behalf of cultural diversity and social justice issues can focus on collaboration and coalition efforts. The Center offers advising, consulting, educational programs and smallgrants to further UVM’s strategic objectives linked to cultural diversity and social justice.

The Center provide resources and assistance to the UVM community, Burlington and the State of Vermont on issues of multicultural education, cultural awareness, prejudice reduction, and social justice.

The Center supports and initiates educational and social programs designed to raise awareness, expand understanding and knowledge and develop skills for effective intercultural communication.

The Center for Cultural Pluralism is a highly visible, tangible symbol of UVM’s commitment to equity, social justice, inclusiveness and critical thinking.

What can the Center for Cultural Pluralism do for you?

  • Provide a consulting resource for curriculum transformation and infusion of multicultural issues
  • Offer general professional development workshops, including unit specfic trainings for faculty & staff
  • Offer small grants to develop programs or curriculum focused on cultural pluralism and social justice themes
  • Educational programs and training’s for students, faculty & staff to attend
  • Provide physical space for meetings, workshops and retreats
  • Suppor the distribution of information on social justice and multicultural events
  • Loan library and video materials for viewing or class use on short term basis to UVM faculty and staff
  • Take a look at our Information Guide in (Word) or (PDF)

CCP News You Should Know

03-24-2015

Spring 2015 Social Justice Film Series Presents: A Darker Side of Fair

The University of Vermont Center for Cultural Pluralism has proudly announced the schedule for this Spring's Social Justice Film Series: Internationalizing Social Justice  Shedding new light upon issues of global diversity, A Darker Side of Fair focuses on the extent to which a "fairness fetish" has permeated different levels of ...

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03-20-2015

The Importance of Intercultural Communication: A Two-Part Series with Dr. Leeva Chung

Dr.Leeva C. Chung is Professor and Interim Chair in the Communication Studies Department at the University of San Diego. She is also an affiliate faculty member in Ethnic Studies, and faculty onsite coordinator for the Winter Intersession in Hong Kong. She enjoys teaching intercultural communication, global teams, and ethnic ...

01-21-2015

Giving Voice to the Pain: Black Lives Matter

A MLK Celebration, Education and Learning Event.   

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