Session Materials: Global Citizenship for Campus, Community, and Careers

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Opening Keynote: The National Security Threat We Are IgnoringThe Failure of American Education to Prepare Students for the Future
Margee M. Ensign—Dickinson College
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Poster 2: Intersections: Faculty Teaching and Retention of Diverse Students
Synthia Janeen Schumacher—Soka University of America and Pepperdine University
Poster

Poster 8: Integrating Global Experiential Learning into the Curriculum
Diana Cvitan and Michele Barto—both of Fairleigh Dickinson University
Poster

Poster 34: Innovation in Higher Education through Outreach to Muslim-Majority Countries
Younus Y. Mirza—Shenandoah University; and Jamie Frueh—Bridgewater College
Poster

Poster 37: Embedded Global Learning for All
Karen Polon and Denise Hedges—both of Cottey College
Poster

Poster 41: The Global Citizens Credential Program
Corissa Wandmacher—University of Houston
Poster
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Friday, October 18, 2019

Featured Session: Mountaintop Initiative: From Creative Inquiry to Sustainable Impact
Khanjan Mehta—Lehigh University
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CS 1: Multifaceted Global Learning: Campus-Community Partnerships
Elizabeth Konwest, Deborah Getz, Jessica Samuel, and Teresa Nichols—all of Indiana University Bloomington
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CS 7: They Made Global Learning Their Own: Stories from the Making Global Learning Universal Podcast
Stephanie Doscher—Florida International University
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CS 13: Creating a Global Brand
Robert D. Leis and Holly Joyner—both of Baylor University
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Featured Session: Synergizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Global Education is Necessary to Confront Twenty-First-Century Challenges 
Amer F. Ahmed—AFA Diversity Consulting
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CS 25: Dismantling the “United States versus International” Dichotomy: Creating Diversity and Global Synergy
Amer F. Ahmed—AFA Diversity Consulting
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CS 28: Partnerships to Promote Global Education: Stanford University–Community College EPIC Program
Denise Geraci—Stanford University; and Danni Redding Lapuz—Skyline College
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CS 30: The Experiential Learning Lifecycle for Global Learning
Amy Gibans McGlashan, Cheryl Whitney Lower, and Kristen Mullins—all of Middlebury College
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Rountable 10: Structuring Short-Term Study Abroad to Maximize Learning
Jed W. Metzger, Samatha Sassone, and Mark Primus—all of Nazareth College
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Rountable 22: Rethinking the Mission of Foreign Language Houses on Campus
Angela Leruth, Veronika Jeltsch, Paulina Carrion, and Aiko Kitamura—all of College of William and Mary
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Handout

Saturday, October 19, 2019

CS 38: Strategies to (Better) Support Off-Campus Study Leaders
Dana L. Gross and DeAne Lagerquist—both of St. Olaf College
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CS 47: Global Learning Gaps? First, Tell Me Who You Are: The Impact of Ethnicity and Gender
Paloma Rodriguez, Timothy Brophy, and Mary Kay Carodine—all of the University of Florida
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Closing Plenary: The Global Next Door: Local Engagement, Accompaniment, and New Forms of Diversity
David Hernández—Mount Holyoke College
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