Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion
We believe that our outcomes and interactions are affected by personal, cultural, and societal factors.
Just as it is incredibly important to understand our personalities and how this plays into our interactions with—and perceptions of—others, we should also understand our cultural norms and the role our various societal affiliations impact perception, interpretations, values, and actions.
It is our goal to help the Champlain community develop this multidimensional framework—we like to call it "cognitive complexity." We believe this way of thinking is required to create an inclusive campus and help us thrive in a global, multicultural, and interdependent world.
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