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Student-Faculty Dialogue (ANNOUNCE)

Student-Faculty Dialogue

Tuesday Jan 17 - May 2 | 5:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Want to join a conversation with other students and professors across campus? Please join us!

Student-Faculty Dialogue is a space for conversations among students and professors across TCU’s campus, with meaningful dialogue about various topics, such as “what is it like being a student or professor at TCU?”, diverse campus experiences, and how to increase empathy and understanding across campus. We meet once per month and meetings last 90 minutes (a 30 minute interpersonal communication activity and hour for open dialogue).

Dialogue meetings begin in the Spring 2023 semester. We are accepting applications now.

Bass Building

Bass Building
2800 West Bowie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Student Association of Social Work (SASW)

Student-Faculty Dialogue
The purpose of SASW is to link social work students with the professional organization through activities at local, state, and national levels, promote knowledge and interest in social work at TCU, provide orientation to students new to the TCU campus who may be interested in social work, promote social action and community service both within and outside TCU, and provide opportunities for interaction among social work majors and other students interested in social work at TCU. SASW is a support system for students passionate about social justice, human worth & dignity, service, and the importance of human relationships.