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|Posté le: Jeu 1 Fév - 10:25 (2018) Sujet du message: Diplomacy Forum Sweetens Communication Among Students, Admin
Since assuming the position of dean at the School of Diplomacy and Internationals Relations in July 2013, Dr. Andrea Bartoli has infused its academic and professional culture with an abundance of vibrant ideas and creativity. As a peace and conflict studies specialist in theory and practice, effective, collaborative communication is at the core of his vision for the school.
Born from the desire to foster an open, interactive community between students and administration, the Diplomacy United Leadership and Communication Exchange launched in September 2014.
DULCE—a play on the Spanish word for “sweet”—serves as the ideal forum for students to interact with one another and the Dean, faculty and staff of the School of Diplomacy. Comprised of both undergraduate and graduate students, many representing the numerous student organizations on campus, DULCE meets monthly to discuss a wide range of topics relevant to the Diplomacy community.
The group provides an outlet for all constituencies of the School to work collaboratively and share feedback on school policies, events, student leadership, professional development and more. DULCE is open to all Diplomacy students and participation is encouraged.
As Gwen DeBenedetto, Director of Marketing and Communications at the School explains, “DULCE is all about coming together to maximize the strengths of our Diplomacy community at Seton Hall—undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.”
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