How do post-pandemic institutions begin the process of re-engaging their students in experiences abroad? While it may take longer than expected, schools can start taking steps towards integrating global education back into the student experience, today. These opportunities are crucial for students to effectively development Global/Cross-Cultural competence and are a key High Impact Practice that must not be forgotten.
Our hope is that you will be part of this ongoing dialog so that we can learn both with each other and from each other. We will provide a platform for your thoughts and comments along with a monthly roundtable discussion to stimulate creative thinking on important topics such as re-envisioning student engagement, competency-based models, addressing disparities within student engagement, how data can impact or obstruct student engagement outcomes and other topics that will surface over the next several months. We look forward to your input, ideas, and contributions.
Wednesday, September 22 11:30AM-11:45AM
By Dr. Audrey Murrell
Wednesday, September 22 11:45AM-12:30PM
Join us after the presentation for an open discussion and academic discourse on the topics presented.
Professor, Author, Researcher
Director for Research and Resources, The Forum on Education Abroad & Managing Editor, Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad