The Office of International Programs, with support from Office of the Provost for Undergraduate Affairs, and TILT, is proud to host invited speakers who present thought-provoking research on the internationalization of higher education. The goal is to bring global learning into discussions and applications of other instructional initiatives and to contribute to a holistic advancement of graduate and undergraduate teaching and learning.
Caryn McTighe Musil
“Global Learning and Action: What’s at Stake?”
October 15, 2014
“Global Teaching: Encouraging Students to Transcend Borders and Care about the World” – April 25, 2014
“Global Learning: Interactive Global Course and Curriculum Design” – September 29, 2014
The Office of International Programs hosted two lunch discussions on the global dimensions of undergraduate curriculum in April 2015. The purpose was to explore global learning outcomes, current successful strategies, and ways to that the Office of International Programs can further support faculty/staff in the development of globalized curricula. Click here to see a summary of these discussions.