think: international CWRU Newsletter, March 14, 2014


IN THIS ISSUE:
  • School of Nursing: WHO Collaborating Center
  • CWRU Students Go Abroad Over Spring Break 


 

News and Announcements
 

Faculty Proposals Due for Winter Break Study Abroad Programs (March 25, 2014)

Free Online Seminar - Shrinking Population: Japan's Demographic Challenges (March 26, 2014)

Call for Proposals: Australian International Education Conference (AIEC) 2014 (Submission Deadline - March 28, 2014)

Fulbright Regional Network for Applied Research (NEXUS) Program (Application Deadline - April 1, 2014)

Call for Peer Reviewers: Core Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Specialist Program


100,00 Strong in the Americas - Grants of $20,000-$70,000 available for Study Abroad Programs Promoting STEM and Sustainability Development Between the U.S. and Chile or Peru (Application Deadline - April 1, 2014).  If interested, please contact Molly Watkins at the Center for International Affairs for more details.

Internationalization of U.S. Education in the 21st Century: The Future of International and Foreign Language Studies Conference (April 11-13, 2014)


Free Online Seminar - Tatami and Hamburgers: Japanese Culture and Daily Life (April 29, 2014)

 

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School of Nursing: World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center 



The Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is one of 10 World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centers for Research and Clinical Training in Home Care Nursing in the US and one of 38 in the world.

The focus of the WHO Collaborating Center at CWRU is home care nursing -- the delivery of health care services in the home setting. As part of the activities of a WHO Center, the School of Nursing hosts international visitors, provides consultation around the world for the advancement of home care and the evaluation of existing programs, and works with international colleagues in the development of health policy materials for the World Health Organization and the Pan American Healthcare Organization.

Associate Dean, Elizabeth Madigan, has been leading the WHO Center for the past 12 years and adds, "Home care and home-based care are taking on increasing importance with the explosion of chronic diseases as most routine and self-care takes place at home. Helping people figure out how to take care of themselves has been the focus of home care nurses for more than 100 years."

CWRU hosted and co-sponsored the inaugural conference of the International Home Care Nurses Organization – The Future of Health Care at Home.  Nurse participants included representatives from 13 countries, including Chile, Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Nepal, Qatar, South Korea, Singapore, Surinam, Thailand, Uganda, United States, and Zimbabwe. The School of Nursing, making this type of networking activities and group meetings available, provides opportunities to envision the future of home-based nursing care around the world.
 


CWRU Students Go Abroad Over Spring Break

Nearly 200 CWRU students are attending one of 14 different education abroad programs that are taking place in 9 different countries worldwide.  CWRU students are taking classes and working on projects in the Netherlands, France, Greece, Poland, Nicaragua, Jordan, Guatemala, United Kingdom, and Uganda.

CWRU faculty have designed a variety of spring semester courses with international experiences in which students can participate. Some students are learning about the Thames Watershed in London  in a SAGES class, exploring the Arab Experience in Jordan in a course offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literature, or completing their senior engineering project in Uganda. Other students are exploring topics ranging from social justice in the Netherlands to medical ethics in France to examining Athens in Greece. Another group of students are completing service projects in Nicaragua.

Short term study abroad courses led by CWRU faculty allow students the opportunity to have an international experience while earning CWRU credit. Many of the short term students eventually participate in semester-long programs.

The Office of Education Abroad can help faculty who are planning short-term study abroad programs. Visit the Education Abroad website for information about study abroad programs and for faculty resources. www.case.edu/studyabroad

 




 
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