A diverse crowd of students gathers around for a picture.

A Different Dialogue

A space to engage critically and meaningfully across differences

Dialogue \ˈdī-ə-ˌlȯg, -ˌläg\ (noun): a) a conversation between two or more persons, b) an exchange of ideas and opinions, c) a conversation between representatives of parties who have a history of the conflict that is aimed at resolution.

A Different Dialogue \ˈā\ \ˈdi-fərnt, ˈdi-f(ə-)rənt\ \ˈdī-ə-ˌlȯg, -ˌläg\ (noun): a) multi-faceted and rewarding exchange between students of all backgrounds, b) Georgetown University’s diversity and inclusiveness initiative that brings together undergraduate students to discuss promoting, fostering and sustaining diversity, c) a conversation between soon to be friends.

The following co-curricular dialogues are offered in Fall 2019:

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Director of A Different Dialogue, Dr. Ester Sihite, at es1444@georgetown.edu.