Experience Diversity Taboo Dialogue Proposal Form

The Office of Admission will host multiple Taboo Dialogues in various campus locations on Saturday, April 12 from 7:30pm-9:30pm for Experience Diversity admitted student guests.  We seek student, staff, and faculty facilitators and proposals for engaging dialogues that highlight the diversity of student perspectives on our campus.  Previous Taboo Dialogue titles for Experience Diversity include:

  • "Race and Class Intersections at an Elite Institution"
  • "Is Sustainability for White People?"
  • "I am the First Generation"
  • "What's a Mount Holyoke Woman Anyway?: Gender and Single-Sex(?) Education"
  • "We're All In This Together? Questioning 'Diversity and Inclusivity in LGBTQ Movements"

To learn more about Taboo Dialogues at MHC, go here. To propose a Taboo Dialogue for Experience Diversity on Saturday, April 13, please complete and submit the form below.

Fields marked with an asterisk* are required.

Primary contact.
If applicable.
Example: What does it mean to be the first generation in your family to attend college? do you feel pressure to succeed or follow a particular path? Who are your mentors or where do you look for support when making big professional choices? In what ways does being the first to go to college empower and motivate you?
Will you and your facilitators need any materials/supplies for your dialogue? The Office of Admission will provide markers, poster paper, tape, nametags, etc.
Do you have any audio/visual or technical needs for the space in which your dialogue will be held?