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Reflections on Intercultural Learning in Higher Education
Case Study: One Professor’s Intercultural Learning & Teaching Journey Aug 06, 2019

Above: Professor Kelly Jameson (back row in white, holding the child in green) and fellow faculty, staff, and their families in Alnwick, England, where she recently led a nine-week study abroad program (and lived in this castle!).


In this post, I’m interviewing Kelly Jameson, Professor of...

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Lessons Learned from Institutional Approaches to Intercultural Learning Aug 27, 2018

In this fifth and final post in a series highlighting how different institutions are supporting intercultural learning, we examine some of the themes and lessons learned from these institutional spotlights.

If you haven’t yet read the previous posts in this series, I’d encourage you to...

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Spotlight on Wofford College’s Intercultural Living & Learning Community Jul 24, 2018
This post is the fourth in a series highlighting how different institutions are supporting intercultural learning. While previous posts have looked at institution-wide approaches, this one discusses one particular project—an intercultural living and learning community—developed by two...
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Institutional Approaches to Intercultural Learning Series: Spotlight on Purdue University Apr 22, 2018
I often get asked by educators, “What are other schools doing to foster intercultural learning?” So I’m answering this question with a blog series highlighting several institutional approaches to intercultural learning.
 
For background on how I’m defining intercultural...
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Institutional Approaches to Intercultural Learning Series: Spotlight on Augsburg University Mar 19, 2018
I often get asked by educators, “What are other schools doing to foster intercultural learning?” So I’ve decided to answer this question with a blog series highlighting several institutional approaches to intercultural learning. In this month’s post—the...
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