The Center for International Affairs recently offered the closing Global Talk for the Spring 2015 semester and is excited about the collection of topics that will be offered in the fall.
The Global Talk Series was created in order to provide CWRU faculty and staff with support, guidance and information regarding international programs, research, and activities. Our Center continually monitors international programming trends and best practices in order to assist faculty and staff with integrating international dimensions into all facets of CWRU.
This semester the series included and supported nearly 100 faculty and staff as they explored meaningfully working with a diverse student population in the classroom, phase II of the plan for internationalization, the basics of international student work authorization (OPT), faculty Fulbright scholar opportunities, and most recently on April 9th, developing new CWRU faculty-led study abroad programs.
The Fall 2015 schedule is still in the development stage; however, we will be kicking off the series in August with our popular Say My Name Workshop + Supporting International Students in the Classroom
. A final schedule will be available and shared over the summer.
In the meantime, if you have particular international topics you would like to see covered and/or you would like to collaborate with the Center, feel free to contact: Kendee Franklin