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About DPE Program

Diversity Peer Educators (DPE) program brings together students from diverse backgrounds and experiences to promote social justice education and intergroup relations through peer-to-peer workshops, D.E.E.P., using activities that explore identity and group dynamics, with the goal of better understanding self and others. 

Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for International Programs.

DPE Involvement Opportunities

Interested in learning more about becoming a Diversity Peer Educator?

More information about 2017/2018 programs, events, workshops and meetings coming soon. Additional questions can be emailed to DPE@udayton.edu
 

DPE Benefits

  • Receive mentorship from UD faculty/staff trained in intergroup relations.
  • Become eligible to live in special interest housing for one academic year while serving as a DPE on campus.
  • Train, develop and engage in dialogue facilitation and social justice.
  • Gain accelerated leadership opportunities.

DPE Time Commitment

  • Participate in fall and spring retreats.
  • Attend monthly DPE development and update meetings.
  • Host programming, events or workshops for peers.