Facilitated Discussions: Mapping Global Learning Capacities across the Undergraduate Experience

A two-part discussion to begin on Friday, October 17, 9:45-10:45 am and reconvene on Saturday, October 18, 8:00-9:00 am.

Designed around shared interests and faciliated by campus practitioners, these discussions will provide a framework for approaching the conference program and for applying the gleanings of the conference to participants' work on campus. The sessions will feature a mapping exercise and will encourage reflection and networking.

Conference registrants are asked to select one of the below topics for the two-part discussion.

Identifying specific skills and knowledge
Dawn Whitehead, Director of Curriculum Internationalization—Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Developing an equity framework for global learning 
Vijay PendakurAssociate Vice President for Student Retention, California State University-Fullerton and Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Scholar—AAC&U

Designing innovations
Lee Knefelkamp, Professor Emerita, Teachers College—Columbia University, Senior Scholar—AAC&U

Assessing global learning; providing evidence of effectiveness 
Hilary Landorf, Director of Global Learning Initiatives and Stephanie Doscher, Associate Director of Global Learning Initiatives—Florida International University

Implications for faculty and departments
Norah Shultz, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Sociology —Penn State Abington and Jeff Shultz, Professor of Education and Director of Educational Studies and Innovative Graduate Programs, School of Education—Arcadia University

Helping students connect and integrate learning
Tammy Birk, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program—Otterbein University

Sustaining work as institutional priority
Harvey Charles, Vice Provost for International Initiatives and Director of the Center for International Education—Northern Arizona University