Inclusive environments recognize and address conflict. These resources offer strategies for identifying and managing conflict.
Cultural and ethnic diversity is one of the major defining characteristics of intellectual as well as community life at Princeton, and a wide range of courses in the Princeton curriculum offer students the opportunity to analyze cultural diversity and cross-cultural encounters. The majority of the courses listed focus directly on racial and ethnic identity and diversity in the United States; a smaller number deal more broadly with cross-cultural encounter within and beyond the Americas.
Format: Semester-long academic courses, offered by the University
More information: View a list (.pdf) of academic courses on cross-cultural and diversity-related topics.