Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2014

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Global Learning: Reaching Across Horizons

In the twenty-first century, the connections between local occurrences and global systems—financial, technological, natural, ideological—are more apparent than ever. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores the global learning students need to grapple with this complexity while preparing for responsible action in the world.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell

Global Learning

By Fernando M. Reimers, Harvard Graduate School of Education

By Kevin Hovland, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Campus Practice and Perspective

By Marcia Bronstein, Shelley Jones, and Sharyn Neuwirth—all of Montgomery College, Maryland

By Arlene Walker-Andrews, University of Montana

By Cody Dems, University of Montana

By Leigh Ann Litwiller Berte and Margaret Davis—both of Spring Hill College

By Mark Dalhouse and Tracy McLoone—both of the Washington Internship Institute

By Shala Mills, Fort Hays State University and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities

By Marianne Baernholdt, University of Virginia

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