CFANS Deans and the Office for Diversity and Inclusion invite you to Dean's Dialogue.
Social Class in America and in CFANS
Whether it is socioeconomic (wealthy vs. poor), educational attainment, rank or position, these and other examples of differences in social class play a significant role in shaping our experiences. Social class is an aspect of diversity that is not always discussed but can intersect with a variety of areas and issues.
How do we experience issues of social class in the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) and at the University of Minnesota? Why do people tend to shy away from this topic? Are there consequences to social stratification?. Join us for this dialogue as we discuss social class and how it shapes who we are and how we interact with others.