The responsibility of curriculum internationalization does not rest solely on the faculty nor on the administration; rather internationalization should be defined, reinforced, and supported through a dialogue among faculty, administrators, and staff who are responsible for fostering, encouraging, and implementing global learning and teaching on campuses.
If you are faculty, staff, or administrator from a public or private university, research or liberal arts institute, community college, HBCU, TCCU, HSI and any other, by participating in this institute you will:
Learn how to internationalize your curriculum and campus
Understand comprehensive internationalization and the importance of collaboration and dialogue
Identify innovative pedagogies, technologies, and best practices
Explore the teaching and assessment of global learning objectives
Examine strategic planning and measurements of institutional success
Become a member of a network of international educators and administrators and much more ...
All participants must join one of two tracks, for the entire institute, that best matches her or his objectives and interests:
Key Guest Leaders and Speakers:
Barbara Hill, Senior Associate for Internationalization, Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement, American Council on Education –Speaker and Leader
Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Scholar and Director of Civic Learning and Democracy at the Association of American Colleges and Universities – Keynote Speaker: Bringing the World Home: Social Responsibility in a Global Context
Susan Buck Sutton, Senior Advisor for International Initiatives, Bryn Mawr College – Pre-institute Workshop Leader: The Increasingly Comprehensive World of Academic Internationalization: The Essential Context
May 19th, 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
An optional Poster Session, during which individuals or teams can share their course or campus best practices with all ICCI participants, is offered.
May 18th, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
An optional Pre-Institute Workshop, designed for those new to the field and/or seeking a firmer grounding, is offered in the morning on day one of the institute.