Oct. 16: Global-Local Curricular Connections and Experiential Education
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship 20th Anniversary event. Register by October 12.
Friday, October 16
2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
RSVP required by Monday, October 12
Zoom link will be sent to registrants
Join members of the Global Engagement in the Liberal Arts Conference Community, along with the Community-based Global Learning Collaborative and the Haverford College Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, for this important and current conversation.
In the name of education that is enriching, engaging and relevant both with respect to students’ trajectories and in terms of understanding and addressing 21st Century Challenges, faculty, staff, students and community partners have worked to better align interdisciplinary global engagement programs. During this opportunity for connection and conversation we will hear from a range of faculty, staff, and administrative voices who have made progress on these efforts at selective liberal arts institutions.
Each presenting team will have 10-minutes to share a deliberately concise summary of (a) institutional changes they’ve made to advance local-global-curricular-experiential engagement, (b) challenges they’re currently sitting with, and (c) next steps or opportunities that excite them most in this kind of work. Following these presentations, the community gathered will have an opportunity for a short break, followed by one-hour of facilitated discussion regarding how institutions can continue to build momentum for these kinds of programmatic efforts and related institutional changes. Presenters include:
- Carleton College:
- Scott Carpenter, Professor of French and Director of Cross-Cultural Studies
- David Tompkins, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Global and Regional Studies
- Connecticut College:
- Amy Dooling, Associate Dean of Global Initiatives Director of The Walter Commons for Global Study
- Kimberly Sanchez, Associate Director of Engaged Scholarship & Community Learning
- Dickinson College:
- Samantha Brandauer, Associate Provost and Executive Director of the Center for Global Study and Engagement
- Julia Carnine, Resident Director Dickinson in France and Contributing Faculty in French and Francophone Studies
- Haverford College:
- Thomas Donahue-Ochoa, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Associate Director for Curricular Innovation and Connection, Center for Peace and Global Citizenship
- Eric Hartman, Executive Director, Center for Peace and Global Citizenship
- Swarthmore College
- Ayşe Kaya, Associate Professor, Political Science and Co-coordinator, Global Studies Program
- Carina Yervasi, Associate Professor of French/Francophone Studies and Co-Coordinator, Global Studies Program
- Wesleyan University:
- Stephen Angle, Professor of East Asian Studies and Philosophy and Director of the Center for Global Studies
- Magdalena Zapędowska, Assistant Director of Fellowships
Learn more about the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship and the series of events dedicated to reconnecting, celebrating, and visioning as part of our 20th year.