|The Center for the Study of Global Change, the IUPUI Office of International Affairs, IUB Campus Instructional Consulting, and the Office of the Vice President of International Affairs are hosting an IU International Learning Workshop on November 6, 2009. This one-day workshop (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m) will be held at the Bloomington campus (at the Neil Marshall Black Culture Center – 275 North Jordan Avenue – view map) and will provide focused discussions on various aspects of internationalization. Participants will choose a topical strand to stay with for the day so that they have the opportunity to intensely consider specific aspects, implementation, and the logistics of internationalization at Indiana University.
You will have the option to choose one of the following three thematic tracks that explore the internationalization of course, curriculum, and campuses. Participants will stay with their tracks for the day, though opportunities will be made for conversation across the workshop themes. (NOTE: Please click on thematic track for more information on workshop themes.)
We are extremely honored to have Dr. Meredith McQuaid, the Associate Vice President and Dean for International Programs for the University of Minnesota system, make the keynote presentation during lunch. She has worked diligently to create global opportunities; expand international and interdisciplinary components of teaching, research, and public engagement activities; recruit and support international students, faculty, and staff; and facilitate development of critical interdisciplinary and international partnerships important to the University’s of Minnesota’s strategic plan
Track A: Course Internationalization
Track B: Curriculum Internationalization
Track C: Campus Internationalization
Lunch will be provided to all participants, and coffee will be available throughout the day.
Registration is now closed. If you have any questions, please contact Hilary Kahn.
Neil Marshall Black Culture Center (Google Map to 275 North Jordan Avenue, Bloomington, Indiana 47405)
For any questions, please contact Hilary E. Kahn or Dawn Whitehead.