Friday 8:45 – 9:45 a.m.
Building a Foundation with DMIS and IDI — Penelope Pynes (University of North Carolina-Greensboro) – PDF
Friday 10:00 – 11:15 a.m.
Global Orientation: Providing Students with a Framework for Culture and Ethics — Gina Asalon (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill); Tripp Tuttle (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) – PDF of handout, link to presentation
A Mentoring Approach to Teaching in Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs: Perspectives After 20 Years of Trying to Get it Right — Tim Wallace (North Caroline State University) – PDF
Study Abroad 101: Things to Consider — Penelope Pynes (University of North Carolina at Greensboro), Steven Duke (Wake Forest University) – PDF
US and International Faculty Cooperation to Enhance Short-Term Study Abroad Learning & Cultural Understanding — Susanne Hovmand (DIS), Rob Straughan (Washington and Lee University), John Kelley (Villanova University) – PDF
Friday 1:45 – 3:00 p.m.
How will we know? Assessing Students’ Intercultural Learning in Education Abroad Programs — Darla Deardorff (AIEA and Duke University) – PDF
Minority and Non-Traditional Students: Intercultural Awareness and Study Abroad — Adelheid Eubanks (Johnson C. Smith University), Cindy J. Kistenberg (Johnson C. Smith University), Melissa Knosp (Johnson C. Smith University), Aman Nadhiri (Johnson C. Smith University) – PDF
Pre and Post Program Pedagogies for Worldview Literacy — Joan Clifford (Duke University), Amanda Kelso (Duke University), Deb Reisinger (Duke University) – PDF
“Three Goals with One CORE”: Multiple Benefits of Study Abroad Support Curricula — Marina Markot (University of Virginia), Catarina Krizancic (University of Virginia), Loren Intolubbe-Chmil (University of Virginia) – PDF
Friday 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
Challenges and Solutions to Direct Assessment of Student Learning on Study Abroad Programs — Michael Ballagh (Pitzer College), Mike Donahue (Pitzer College) – Presentation, Steps, Resources, Sample Coding Rubric, Pitzer SLO’s, Distance Course Syllabus, Sample Prompts, Samples of Coding
Integrating Language Learning and Cross-Cultural Communication — John Lucas (School for International Training)
Curriculum Design and Training for Intercultural Learning: A Working Example — Catherine Menyhart (CIEE), Michael Vande Berg (MVB Associates) – PDF
Taking Students to a Developing Country: Challenges and Opportunities — Ananda Mitra (Wake Forest University) -
Saturday 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Effective short term study tours – a practitioner’s point of view — Ullrich Lohrmann (IES Abroad), Lee L’Hote (IES Abroad) – PDF
How to Enter Culture to Gain Intercultural Competency — Prudence Layne (Elon University)
Peer Led Orientation and Training — Marianne Magjuka (Wake Forest University) – PDF
Saturday 9:45 – 10:45 a.m.
Does the Length of Study Abroad Impact Global Competencies Development? — Catherine MacDermott (St. Edward’s University) – PDF
Language Matters, Even in Non-language Programs — Rebecca Thomas (Wake Forest)
Service Learning as a Tool to Develop Intercultural Skills and Awareness — Fernando Mino-Garces (Andean Center), Fernando A. Mino (Andean Center) – PDF
Wake Forest University’s Cross Cultural Engagement Courses — Andrew Smith (Wake Forest University) – PDF
Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Bennett Belles are Global Belles: Fostering International Education at Bennett College — Valerie Johnson (Bennett College), Gwendolyn Bookman (Bennett College), Karla McLucas (Bennett College)
Managing Risks Across Cultures — Steven Duke (Wake Forest University) – PDF
Preparing to Cross Cultures: Local Experiential Activities as a Bridge to Intercultural Awareness — Phillip Motley (Elon University), Amanda Sturgill (Elon University), Ananda Mitra (Wake Forest University) – PDF, Handout
Strategies for Providing Culturally Transformative Experiences in Short-Term Study Abroad Programs — Jonathan Zarecki (University of North Carolina at Greensboro), Maura K. Heyn (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) – PDF of presentation, Sample Pages from Program Guide