It has never been more important for educators and other professionals engaged in the field of education to be globally conscious and equipped to instill global competency in their own students. Through engagement with international students, institutional partnerships, on-campus international programming, study abroad opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students, and research with visiting scholars, we prepare globally conscious citizens, teachers, administrators, researchers, and policymakers who are ready to confront the global challenges and embrace the worldwide possibilities of our time.
Join us on May 5th!
Keynote Speaker: Robert O'Dowd
Keynote Presentation: Virtual Exchange: Opportunities and Challenges for Inclusion and Diversity in Higher Education
More information: https://international.education.illinois.edu/events/global-education-symposium
Ready to study abroad?
Walk in 1:00-3:00 pm Monday through Friday in Room 260A, or you can also schedule an individual meeting online!
Please watch the recording below to learn more about the study abroad opportunities for graduate students!
Champaign , USA
O'Leary Learning Center, 10 Education Building
Event Type: Other
College of Education graduate students are invited to join Dr. April Baker-Bell, a transdisciplinary teacher-researcher-activist and Associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and English Education in the Department of English and Department of African American and African Studies at Michigan State University, for an informal fireside chat prior to her 12:15 pm lecture in 22 Education.
In her lecture, Dr. Baker-Bell will speak to this year's Dean's Distinguished Speaker theme, "Will (D)iversity, (E)quity and (I)nclusion Die?: Advocacy and Action Towards Greater Accountability in an Empowered University".
Contact: Amy Summers
Sponsor: The Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center and the College of Education Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Education (DEME) Committee