MtA, CCDI partner to offer students DEI training through See Different program


Mount Allison University and the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) have partnered to offer diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training through the See Different program to all student residence leaders. Student residence leaders will learn how to create a welcoming, inclusive environment that celebrates diversity. “This partnership will help us provide more accessible resources and tools for our student leaders in residence and prepare them to navigate complex issues within the DEI space,” said MtA director of student experience Danai BĂ©langer. MtA says that it is the first academic institution to participate in the program.