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College Specific Resources

The following section presents items of interest to faculty within a given college. This might include programs and exchanges specific to that college, faculty development resources, student scholarships appropriate to your college and related reports.

University-wide Resources

  • A National Action Agenda for Internationalizing Higher Education (2007): Report sponsored by the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. http://www.nasulgc.org
  • Current trends in U.S. Study Abroad & The Impact of Strategic Diversity Initiatives: IIE Study Abroad White Paper Series, Issue No. 1, May 2007 http://www.iienetwork.org/?p=StudyAbroadCapacity
  • GLOSSARI (Research on Study Abroad Learning Outcomes) (Powerpoint on Georgia Study) http://www.usg.edu/oie/facstaff/policies/index.phtml#adminTools
  • Maximizing Study Abroad: Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use (A project of the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota http://www.carla.umn.edu/maxsa/index.html
  • How to create a Sustainable Study Abroad Program: A Faculty Guide - A NAFSA funded professional development tool
  • The 2007 National Study on Student Engagement(NSSE) features information on study abroad throughout the report.
  • Overview of assessment tools of intercultural communicative competence prepared by Alvino E. Fantini, School for International Training, http://www.sit.edu/publications/docs/feil_appendix_f.pdf.
  • Meeting American's Global Education Challenge: Current Trends in U.S. Study Abroad and the Impact of Strategic Diversity Initiatives - www.iienetwork.org/page/103277/ under Study Abroad White Paper
  • College-Bound Students' Interests in Study Abroad and Other International Learning Activities, American Council on Education, 25 February 2008.

College of Agricultural Sciences

  • Forestry in Ireland (SIU Global Seminar)
  • Tropical Rainforest Conservation (SIU Global Seminar)
  • MAST International: Trainee program through the University of Minnesota

College of Applied Arts and Sciences

  • Architectural Field Studies in Europe (SIU Global Seminar)

College of Business and Administration

College of Education & Human Services

  • Social Work Germany (SIU Global Seminar)
  • Social Work Bangladesh (SIU Global Seminar)
  • Toward Globally Competent Pedagogy E-Publication: this NAFSA publication outlines frameworks for defining and implementing global competency in K-12 classrooms, along with strategies for first bringing this knowledge and training into teacher preparation programs
  • Toward Globally Competent Pedagogy: resources from NAFSA’s 2012 Internationalizing Teacher Education Colloquium
  • Internationalizing Your Educator Preparation Program: materials from a session at 2012 CAEP conference, sponsored by NAFSA, on the importance of preparing globally competent teachers
  • Preparing Globally Competent Teachers: NAFSA’s background paper for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Commissioners

College of Engineering

  • Embracing Globalization: Meeting the Challenges to U.S. Scientists and Engineers, Assuring a Globally Engaged Science & Engineering Workforce. A workshop report of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society (link to full report)
  • International Colloquium on International Engineering Education, University of Rhode Island
  • Cultural Engineering (article from the Chronicle of Higher Education)

College of Liberal Arts

  • National Security Language Initiative - A federal initiative to increase the number of Americans learning critical need foreign languages. A variety of new and continuing federal language initiatives are featured, from K-12 education to university Flagship Language programs.
  • Japan Studies Institute: Incorporating Japanese Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum - An intensive summer institute sponsored by the American Association of State Colleges & Universities.

College of Mass Communication and Media Arts

Global Media Research Center mcma.siu.edu/research-creative/gmrc/ 

College of Science

  • Embracing Globalization: Meeting the Challenges to U.S. Scientists and Engineers, Assuring a Globally Engaged Science & Engineering Workforce. A workshop report of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society (link to full report)
  • ISEP: Study Biological and Environmental Sciences Abroad (New version coming this Fall)
  • Organization for Tropical Studies - www.ots.duke.edu - SIU is a member institution