Webinar: Global-Local Curricular Connections and Experiential Education – Oct 16
Posted by PHENND on September 22, 2020
The Community-based Global Learning Collaborative, the Pennsylvania Council for International Education, and the Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development are cooperating to support a series of fall events designed to deepen understanding of local inclusivity and its relationship with global processes and understanding. Join us for this free, discursive webinar.
Date and Time: Friday, October 16, 2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
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.
Learn more and register: https://compact.org/upcoming-webinar-global-local-curricular-connections-and-experiential-education/
Read more for background and context: https://compact.org/volunteering-that-hurts-global-change-campaigns-universities-and-nonprofits/
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