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Purdue University College of Science Global Dialogues Program 2018-19 Program Assessment

By Laura J Starr1, Kris Acheson-Clair

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Data is presented from 3 administrations of the BEVI (pretest, posttest, and delayed posttest) in an evaluation of the 2018-19 Global Dialogues Program at Purdue University.

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Version 1.0 - published on 21 Nov 2019

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Description

Purdue University College of Science Global Dialogues Program (GD) aims to transform the ways students view themselves and navigate the world. It would appear that, as intended, participation in Global Dialogues exposes students to the cultures and values of people who come from different backgrounds than themselves. Especially for U.S. American, mostly Caucasian and female students, the lasting impact of this exposure is to reinforce and boost students’ sense of themselves and their potential. Delayed posttesting (T3) revealed that many learning outcomes attained are long-lasting rather than temporary and others show additional growth after the program concluded.

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  • Starr, L. J., Acheson-Clair, K. (2019). Purdue University College of Science Global Dialogues Program 2018-19 Program Assessment.

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Notes

Revised version including T3 (delayed posttesting) results.