Is this a Cultural Thing? Collaborative Approaches to International Student Interventions

Thursday, February 13th, from 12:15-2:15pm in Serra Hall 204 Presented by: Chia-Yen Lin & Greg Grassi (Director & Associate Director of International Student and Scholars), Lynn McGrath (Associate Professor, Mathematics), Neena Din (Assistant Dean, CAS Dean’s Office), Tom Dalton (Professor, Accountancy and Taxation), & Continue reading

Charting a New Course for Faculty Recruitment: Re-imagining Our Efforts in Finding Fabulous Faculty

Thurs, April 25th 2013, from 12:15-2:15 p.m. in UC 128 Arguably no endeavor matters more to the future strength of our departments and the university than faculty recruitment. We decide how our faculty will grow and socialize new folks into the Continue reading

Lunch & Learn: Cultural Journeys in the Classroom-Working with International Students

Here is an article to get the conversation started! Please Comment Below! International students are a growing part of USD’s student population. This offers opportunities for an enriched classroom environment, enhanced cultural understanding and increased global awareness for U.S. Continue reading

CEE Lunch and Learn Travel Grant Presentation – Cultural Immersion, Service, and Civic Participation Monday, October 15, from 12:20 – 1:30 p.m. in KIPJ-A

CEE Travel Grant Recipient, Mike Williams (Dr. J. Michael Williams), will facilitate a workshop that will focus on how to establish a service-immersion program and/or a study abroad experience that allows faculty and students to collaborate with communities on sustainable Continue reading

Workshop: Co-Educating for Change-Getting Started with Community Service-Learning (CSL)

Title: Workshop: Co-Educating for Change-Getting Started with Community Service-Learning (CSL) Location: The day will begin in Salomon Hall (inside Maher Hall) Link out: Click here Description: This workshop will take faculty on a trip to Chicano Park as an example Continue reading