Study Abroad 2016:
Partnering with Faculty to Expand Global Education
Expanding global education in the 21st century is going to require significant participation of faculty from all academic areas, including STEM disciplines, business and management, and health sciences.
How do we build a more robust framework for collaboration? How can study abroad professionals and faculty work together to create programs that inspire young people, enhance curriculum, and respond to the needs of students from all academic majors and socio-economic backgrounds? How can we jointly overcome the primary barriers to study abroad: cost, curriculum, and culture? How are faculty and study abroad professionals embracing technology to facilitate and enhance international learning experiences?
Please join us in Los Angeles, November 16-19, for a lively and interesting conversation.
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