Applications Open: Virtual Institute on Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers – Mar 15

Posted by American Association of Colleges and Universities on February 21, 2023

The AAC&U is designed to help campus teams identify evidence-based strategies that support their vision of what their communities will look, feel, and be like when the false belief in a hierarchy of human value no longer exists. Participating teams will establish strategic goals that align with both their institution’s vision and the , identify steps for achieving those goals, and develop plans for evaluation, communications, engagement, and sustainability.

Attend and find practical guidance, mentoring, and resources for campus teams. Participants in the Institute will:

  • take part in and design Rx Racial Healing® Circles;
  • develop a comprehensive action plan to implement at their institutions and within their communities;
  • prepare to facilitate racial healing activities on their campuses and in their communities;
  • examine current realities of race relations in their communities and the local history that has led to them; and,
  • learn to pinpoint critical levers for change and to engage key stakeholders.

Learn more and apply for the Institute.

For full consideration, your institution’s campus team lead must complete and submit the 2023 TRHT Institute application form no later than Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

Teams from any regionally accredited two- or four-year institution that are interested in learning more about the TRHT Framework, have an interest in hosting a TRHT Campus Center at their institution, or currently host a TRHT Campus Center are invited to apply.

For questions about the Institute on TRHT Campus Centers, please contact Jane Turk at .

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