Wang et al. - Seed Grant 2022 - Intercultural Assessment of an Undergraduate Overseas STEM Research Experience for U.S. Students
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2023-04-29 14:17:06 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Diane R. Wang, Gary Burniske, Jennifer Sdunzik, Wilella Burgess
The Plant Science for Global Food Security (PSGFS) program is a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded international summer research experience for undergraduate students led by Purdue University...
Huang - Seed Grant 2022 - Enhancing Students' Intercultural Competence Through a Service-Learning Project
2023-04-26 22:35:03 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Wanju Huang
This project explores graduate students’ attitudes toward six different intercultural learning modules from the perspectives of a learner and an instructional designer.
Sense of Belonging: Mapping Out the Lived Cross-Cultural Experiences of International Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
2023-04-25 22:58:32 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Jianfen Chen, Yao Yang
This project aims to map out the lived cross-cultural experiences of international students during the COVID-19 pandemic at a Midwest university.
Master List of HubICL Assessment Tools
2023-04-07 15:13:48 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve, Kelsey E Patton
This master list of assessment tools provides name, type and HubICL reference number. It is complete as of April 2023. Note that tools in the HubICL are subject to augmentation without notice!
Assessing Transformative Learning in International Education: Critiques and New Directions Based on a Systematic Review of Literature
2023-03-03 15:49:56 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Guanglong Pang, Robert C. Cox, Kris Acheson-Clair
Using a bibliographic approach that employs a systematic literature review, this paper analyzes the state of the field for assessing transformative learning (TL).
Kim - 2021 Seed Grant - The Impact of Learning Styles on Intercultural Learning Outcomes
2023-01-10 19:50:19 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Huai-rhin Kim
This project compares Korean language learners’ learning style with their intercultural learning outcomes as communicated by them in pre- and post- reflections during a semester-long Korean course.
Masters et al. - Seed Grant 2021 - It's never too soon! Intercultural Learning for Undergraduate Students in CSD Programs
2022-12-07 16:49:14 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Christi M Masters, Lata A Krishnan
The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether there are differences in development of ICC in a direct comparison of a face-to-face and asynchronous online introductory 100-level course in communication disorders taught by the same instructor.
Strait - 2021 Seed Grant - Assessing Peer-Instructors' Intercultural Competence and Potential Influencers in Higher Education
2022-11-17 18:54:45 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Marquetta I Strait
This study is part of a dissertation (Strait, 2022), which includes three components: measuring leaders' intercultural competence, identifying potential influencers, and evaluating leaders' instructional practice.
Karcher - 2021 Seed Grant - Intercultural Competence in First-Year Animal Science Students
2022-11-17 18:38:33 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Elizabeth L Karcher, Paul Ebner
The objective of the study was to explore and describe intercultural competence of Fall 2021 Animal Sciences incoming students through the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).
Transnational Curriculum Design for Intercultural Learning in Writing Programs
2022-11-15 14:34:04 | Publications | Contributor(s): Parva Panahi Lazarjani, Rebekah Sims, Hadi Banat, Phuong M Tran, Bradley Dilger
Book chapter describing development of a transnational composition approach that links mainstream and second-language-focused courses to promote cross-cultural interaction and collaboration among domestic and international first-year undergraduates.
Illuminative evaluation of an intercultural-competence-focused first-year writing curriculum
| Writing and Pedagogy
2022-11-15 14:07:57 | Publications | Contributor(s): Rebekah Sims, Hadi Banat, Parva Panahi Lazarjani, Phuong M Tran, Bradley Dilger
Explores illuminative evaluation as a method to reflectively assess a pilot implementation of an intercultural-competence-focused first-year writing curriculum at a US large public university.
Developing intercultural competence through a linked course model curriculum: Mainstream and L2-specific first-year writing
2022-11-15 13:59:14 | Publications | Contributor(s): Hadi Banat, Rebekah Sims, Phuong M Tran, Parva Panahi Lazarjani, C Bradley Dilger
Describes an intercultural competence oriented approach to internationalizing writing programs through linked courses, focusing on the results of a pilot study testing the curriculum.
Online Course Delivery Plan: Transculturation in Introductory Composition
2022-11-15 13:28:36 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Bradley Dilger, Hadi Banat, Parva Panahi Lazarjani, Phuong M Tran, Rebekah Sims
Designed to help writing program administrators adapt our model to a variety of curricular structures and contexts.
Implementation Guide: Transculturation in Introductory Composition
2022-11-15 13:19:25 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Bradley Dilger, Hadi Banat, Parva Panahi Lazarjani, Phuong M Tran, Rebekah Sims
Sapkota - 2021 Seed Grant - Fostering Preservice Teachers’ Social Justice Awareness and Intercultural Competencies Through a Virtual Global Community of Practice
2022-05-06 18:58:25 | Publications | Contributor(s): Bima K Sapkota, Lili Zhou, Rose Mbewe, Jill A Newton, Joann I Phillion
To investigate the efficacy of such a virtual, international platform in a teacher education program, we designed and implemented an online, intercultural course, Global Social Justice in Education (GSJE) in collaboration with educators.
Zhou - 2021 Seed Grant - Global social justice in education: Developing a virtual intercultural community of practice
2022-05-06 18:46:13 | Publications | Contributor(s): Lili Zhou, Bima K Sapkota, Rose Mbewe, Jill A Newton, Joann I Phillion
In this chapter, we describe the development and implementation of Global Social Justice in Education (GSJE), a virtual, international, collaborative course for education students from six countries to explore global social justice issues.
Adeoye - 2021 Seed Grant - Supporting Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Intercultural Competencies
2023-02-13 21:07:41 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Temitope F. Adeoye, Virginia T Cabrera, Daniela Castellanos-Reyes, Michael R Lolkus, Marquetta I Strait
Given the prominent role of graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) in preparing
pre-service teachers to be culturally relevant educators, we developed a series of online learning
modules for GTAs in a College of Education to support their ICC development.
Wei - 2021 Seed Grant - “At the Bottom of the Food Chain”: Constructing Academic Identity in Engineering Education as International Graduate Students
2023-02-22 04:50:10 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Siqing Wei, Cristian Eduardo Vargas-Ordonez, Tiantian Li
As international graduate students, we propose this work-in-progress project to better understand the “historically accumulated, culturally developed, and socially distributed resources” of the academic identity construction of international students.
Defamiliarization and Intercultural Learning in Cross-Cultural HCI Education
2022-04-19 18:27:11 | Publications | Contributor(s): Colin M Gray, Wei Liu, Xin Xin, Daniel Chin, Jacqueline Marks, Sadie Bunting, Jerry Anglin, Becky Hutzel, Samruddhi Kokate, Yushu Yang
We describe a Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) team with participants from China and the United States as they identified design opportunities to create charmful semi-autonomous driving experiences for the Chinese market.
Instructor Manual: Transculturation in Introductory Composition
2023-02-22 04:56:55 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Rebekah E Sims, C Bradley Dilger
Written for an internal audience, this document describes learning outcomes and the four key curricular interventions of our model. 24pp.
Developing Tailored Messages to Improve Mental Health and Adjustment of Asian International Students
2022-02-11 16:25:18 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Lan Jin, Lalatendu Acharya
The purpose of the study was to develop tailored messages for improving mental health and adjustment of Asian international students (AIS) in the United States.
Tort - 2021 Seed Grant - Global Learning at Home: Understanding Students’ Experiences in Global Virtual Team Projects
2022-02-03 21:32:26 | Publications | Contributor(s): Joseph M Tort, Siddhant Sanjay Joshi, Bruno Staszkiewicz Garcia, Niall A. Peach, Francisco J. Montalvo, Kirsten Davis
The purpose of this study was to gain a holistic perspective of students’ experiences in a global virtual team project to explore what and how they learned through the experience.
Infusing Diversity-Inclusion & Social Justice Actions Into Personal Practice in 2021: A Qualitative Inquiry
2022-02-02 19:31:29 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve
This inquiry used semi-structured interviews to investigate staff members successes and struggles during 2021 (a pandemic year) in embedding diversity-equity-inclusion & social justice practice into intercultural learning work.
Integrating Intercultural Competence Harmoniously into the curriculum
2022-01-05 15:40:40 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Annalisa Mosca
This presentation gives an overview on integrating Intercultural competence into the foreign, second or world language curriculum. It specifically shows how IC is related to current SLA theories (namely Kern's Literacy 2000 and Baiutti's IC rubric 2019)
Bauer Malandraki & Loudermill - 2020 SEED Grant - Cultural Competence Training in Clinical Graduate Students
2021-12-14 18:00:55 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Chenell Loudermill, Jaime L Bauer Malandraki
Assessing the impact of targeted cultural competence training in a cohort of MS-SLP students: Preliminary results of a two year study
Strategic Assessment of Undergraduate Technical Education for Competencies and Belongingness - PS2021
2021-11-19 12:25:28 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Elizabeth A Barajas, Katherine Yngve, Kris Acheson-Clair
This presentation was given virtually and recorded as part of the Polytechnic Summit 2021.
Exploring the ‘Belongingness’ Effect of Using Formative Intercultural Assessment in Core or Foundational STEM Courses
2021-10-29 01:13:53 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve
This study defines "belongingness' as being related to graduation and retention, and uses institutional data sources to explore the possible impact, for marginalized undergraduates, of embedding formative intercultural assessment into core STEM courses.
Meta-analysis of Purdue 2020-21 Virtual Study Abroad Programs
2021-10-27 00:36:52 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve, Sue Wilder
This report summarizes findings of the Purdue 2021 "study abroad" season of faculty or staff directed programs, during which the global pandemic necessitated a pivot to virtual study abroad programming.
Krishnan - Intercultural Learning: Success with Study Abroad, On-campus, and Virtual Learning Modalities
2021-10-07 14:56:42 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Lata A Krishnan
This presentation by Dr. Lata Krishnan compares students' intercultural learning outcomes between study abroad, on-campus, and virtual learning modalities.
Re-envisioning the Italian Curriculum through Active Learning and Literacy
2021-09-14 20:50:17 | Publications | Contributor(s): Annalisa Mosca
The article discusses the relationship between Literacy Active Learning, and Intercultural Competence, known also as Global Competence or Translingual Competence providing concrete examples of integration.
Cross-Cultural UX Pedagogy: A China–US Partnership
2021-08-12 15:31:23 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Ziqing Li, Colin M Gray, Austin Toombs, Kevin McDonald, Lukas Marinovic, Wei Liu
We report on a series of ten interviews with students and faculty to describe cross-cultural connections between two UX-focused programs, one in China and one in the United States.
Li - 2020 Seed Grant - Perceived Immigrant Contribution: Scale Development
2021-05-12 20:59:20 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Sharon Li
Perceived Immigrant Contribution (PIC): Scale Development and Organizational Implications
Swanson - 2020 Seed Grant - Developing an Outreach and Recruitment Model to Promote Diversity in Honors Study Abroad
2021-04-23 20:00:16 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Nathan W Swanson
This project aims to increase enrollment of students persistently underrepresented in study abroad programs, specifically URM students and first-generation students, through a model for outreach and recruitment in Honors College.
Karcher team - 2020 Seed Grant - Remote learning and intercultural competence
2021-04-08 15:41:02 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Jacey Wickenhauser, Paul Ebner, Elizabeth Flaherty, Elizabeth Karcher
For many instructors, 2020 brought a need to transition from face-to-face to remote learning and adjustments to teaching strategies.
Shi - 2020 Seed Grant - ICL in HTM students: Curriculum Design Perspectives
2021-04-02 22:06:25 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Jieyu Shi
In today’s ever-growing multicultural and complex environment, intercultural competence is of extreme importance to the hospitality and tourism field, which not only serves people from all over the world, but also employs a diverse group of people.
Kim & Kim - 2020 Seed Grant - Systematic and Phenomenological Investigation of Intercultural Competency
2021-04-02 22:00:03 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Huai-rhin Kim, Jungsun Kim
Based on Deardorff’s theoretical framework, this study took a pragmatic lens of understanding the characteristics of generation Z.
Dilemmas and Coping Strategies of Chinese International Students’ Mental Health Problems: The Parents’ Perspectives
2021-02-12 16:16:32 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Lan Jin, Lalatendu Acharya
This study engages with the parents of CISs to identify their dilemmas and coping strategies employed to discuss depression with their children studying in United States.
MURGC Case Study Brief: Multifaith Scholars Model at Elon
2021-02-10 17:53:29 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler
See this one page case study for details about how the Multifaith Scholars program for MURGC works at Elon University.
MURGC Case Study Brief: VIP Global Model at Purdue
2021-02-10 17:49:25 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Kris Acheson-Clair
See this one page case study for details about how the VIP Global Model for MURGC works at Purdue University.
MURGC Case Study Brief: Constellation Model at Elon
2021-02-10 15:46:23 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler
See this one page case study for details about how the Constellation Model for MURGC works at Elon University.
Dilger and the transculturation team - 2019 CILMAR Mini Grant - ICC development and reflective writing
2020-12-03 21:12:30 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Bradley Dilger, Hadi Banat, Rebekah E Sims, Phuong M Tran, Parva Panahi Lazarjani
Intercultural Competence Development and Reflective Writing in the Linked Course Model Curriculum
Baniya - 2019 CILMAR Mini-Grant Presentation: Strengthening intercultural communication in disaster response
2020-10-28 19:29:27 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Sweta Baniya
The project researched on the intercultural communication strategies for responding to crisis.
What the BEVI tells us about the difference that identity makes in online versus face to face classes
2020-08-31 17:25:42 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Shalyse I Iseminger
Dr. Shalyse Iseminger discusses the difference that identity makes in online versus face to face classes.
Creating Inclusive Classrooms and Programs
2020-08-17 19:20:49 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Nastasha E Johnson
Panelists from Purdue University's cultural and disability centers answer questions about inclusive online teaching practices and learning outcomes, how they measure learning in their programs, and how faculty and staff can support their mission.
Transforming a 24-Hour Field Study Tour into a Hackathon
2020-08-12 16:53:12 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Svitlana Buko, Eithne Knappitsch
Dr. Svitlana Buko and Eithne Knappitsch discuss how they turned their 24-hour Cross-Border Challenge into a hackathon in May 2020.
Let's Talk About Color
2020-08-11 15:20:39 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Natasha L Harris
This webinar features a panel of Purdue students who describe the issues they face in and outside of the classroom that can affect their performance in their courses, both face-to-face and online.
Embedding Intercultural Learning into World Languages: Italian at Purdue
2020-08-11 15:12:31 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Tatjana Babic Williams, Annalisa Mosca
Dr. Tatjana Babic Williams and Dr. Annalisa Mosca discuss their move to creating asynchronous intercultural labs during the pandemic and an upcoming COIL project to fill in the gap left by a popular study abroad program in Italy.
Embedding Intercultural Learning into the Purdue Polytechnic Institute Curriculum
2020-08-11 14:42:40 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Robert Cox
Robert Cox discusses the evolution of his Technology and Global Society (TECH 330) course.
Embedding Intercultural Learning into a College of Science Study Abroad During a Pandemic
2020-08-11 14:30:55 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Laura J Starr
Laura Starr discusses her COVID-19 forced pivot to remote learning for a history of science course that was originally scheduled as a spring break study abroad in Morocco.
Embedding Intercultural Learning into SLHS Study Abroad
2020-08-11 14:07:58 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Lata Krishnan
Dr. Lata Krishnan describes the development, evolution and outcomes of two service-learning study abroad programs: SLHS in Zambia (2012-2016) and SLHS in India (2017-2019).
Introduction to the Spring and Summer 2020 Virtual ICL Webinar Series
2020-08-11 13:23:02 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Annette Benson
This introduction to the Intercultural Learning & Inclusive Teaching for the New Virtual Paradigm (Virtual ICL) webinar series features the CILMAR staff as they offer a sneak peek into the contents of the series.
Comparison of pre-intervention IDI results from STEM and non-STEM undergraduate students
2020-06-13 01:50:17 | Publications | Contributor(s): Anne Lucietto, Liza Russell
This meta-analysis compares IDI pretest or baseline scores for Purdue STEM students with non-STEM students in published studies, drawing conclusions about disciplinary differences in orientations on the Intercultural Development Continuum.
Individualized Worksheet for the IDC Pendulum (Acheson & Schneider-Bean, 2019)
2020-05-19 10:51:54 | Downloads | Contributor(s): Kris Acheson-Clair, Sundae Schneider-Bean
Free worksheet that encourages reflection on the pendulum metaphor described in Acheson & Schneider-Bean (2019)
Kirby and Johnson 2019 CILMAR Minigrant Presentation
2020-05-06 20:58:58 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Kristen F Kirby, Rebecca Johnson
This video presents 2019 CILMAR Minigrant winners Drs. Kristen Kirby and Rebecca Johnson's project, Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in Nursing.
Karcher - 2019 CILMAR Mini-Grant Empathy Presentation
2020-04-29 20:35:12 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Elizabeth L Karcher
As the world population continues to grow, students studying agricultural disciples must be culturally literate and have the capacity to communicate with diverse audiences.
Assessing Reflective Pedagogy among Leaders of Purdue 2019 Short-term Study Abroad
2020-04-21 19:46:31 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve
In this report, which serves as a meta-analysis of one year’s short-term study abroad outcomes at a public land-grant university, qualitative methods were used to analyze program leaders’ professional practice.
Intercultural learning in semester-long study abroad: A comparative analysis of the effectiveness of one-on-one versus group-mentored interventions - updated
2020-03-17 14:17:39 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Daniel Charles Jones, Kris Acheson-Clair, Michelle M. Campbell
This study corroborates previous findings on the effectiveness of mentorship in study abroad and offers innovations for scaling up institutional efforts to support intercultural learning to reach larger numbers of students.
Global Science Partnerships Learning Community: The First Six Years
2020-02-11 18:45:42 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Laura J Starr, Katherine Yngve
This study uses mixed assessment methods to analyze learning outcomes for six cohorts of students in a first-year "global science" learning community for international and domestic students.
The Future of Education: Transforming higher education with integrated competency-based education
2020-01-17 21:45:14 | Publications | Contributor(s): Lisa Bosman
The future of education and paradigm shifts in eLearning are a hot topic of conversation for many educational institutions, in particular higher education.
Digital civics goes abroad
2020-01-13 21:37:07 | Publications | Contributor(s): Colin M Gray, Austin Toombs, Marlo Owczarzak, Christopher Watkins
In this article, we document a study-abroad trip from Purdue University to the U.K., where 13 undergraduate and graduate UX students were divided into teams and participated in design sprints with sponsorship by Open Lab researchers over a 10-day period.
The Impact of Two Different Styles of Excursions during a Short-Term Undergraduate Study Abroad Experience
2019-12-18 13:39:54 | Publications | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
This study will analyze the impact of two different styles and structures of trip tours and excursions on American SA students during a short-term experience.
Intercultural Knowledge Development During Short-Term Study Abroad in the Basque Country: A Cultural and Linguistic Minority Context
2019-12-13 21:53:33 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Ager Gondra, Lori Czerwionka
This investigation examined intercultural knowledge development in a short-term study abroad program in a cultural and linguistic minority context (Basque Country, Spain).
Preparing Students for Intensive Global Fieldwork
2019-12-13 16:29:08 | Publications | Contributor(s): Mary K. Pilotte, David F. Radcliffe
This paper argues that by carrying out an integrated series of technical investigations and cultural activities in a foreign country, students can have a realistic experience of global engineering field work.
Structured Study Abroad Enhances Intercultural Competence
2019-12-06 20:33:57 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Lata A. Krishnan, Christi Masters, Horane A Holgate, Cong Wang, Charles A. Calahan
Participation in a service-learning (SL) study abroad (SA) program has been shown to enhance cultural competence (Krishnan, Richards & Simpson, 2016) as measured via the Public Affairs Scale (PAS; Levesque-Bristol & Cornelius-White, 2012).
Purdue GEARE Report: Assessing "Soft Skill" Development in Engineering Students
2019-12-02 19:47:36 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine Yngve, Joseph M Tort
In this assessment of a multi-year program designed to turn undergraduates into globally competent engineers, we investigate soft skill development, using the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and senior year focus groups.
Purdue University College of Science Global Dialogues Program 2018-19 Program Assessment
2019-11-21 21:44:30 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Laura J Starr, Kris Acheson-Clair
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.
Summary of Intercultural Learning in Semester Abroad Programs: A Comparative Analysis of Mentoring Programs
2019-11-16 18:01:46 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Daniel Charles Jones, Michelle M Campbell, Kris Acheson-Clair, Katherine Yngve
This white paper summarizes major findings of an in-progress study analyzing learning outcomes of two types of mentoring during semester-long study abroad, as compared to a control group (which received no mentoring while abroad).
Impact of Study Abroad–10 Years of Trips to Germany with Students
2019-11-15 18:28:45 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Henry W. Kraebber, E. Shirl Donaldson, Katie Hackney
140 Purdue students have traveled to Germany to tour industrial, cultural and historic and educational sites in groups of 12 to 15 led by a professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology between 2004 and 2013.
A Letter to the Future Engineer: Exploring Cross-Cultural Engineering Identities Through Practitioners' Letters of Advice
2019-11-01 18:49:24 | Publications | Contributor(s): Héctor Rodríguez-Simmonds, Matilde Sánchez-Peña, S. Zahra Atiq, Genisson Silva Coutinho, Brent K. Jesiek
The authors created “a letter to the future engineer” that presented a holistic view of the challenges and opportunities involved in the professional practice of engineering.
Bradley Dilger and Team on Intercultural Learning in "Linked" 1st Year English Courses
2019-10-29 14:23:27 | Presentations | Contributor(s): C Bradley Dilger
Dr. Bradley Dilger and PhD students Hadi Banat, Rebekah Sims, Parva Panahi Lazarjani, and Phuong Tran present on interactively linking courses of international and domestic students to foster intercultural learning.
Nastasha Johnson on Expanding the Narrative of Intercultural Competence
2019-10-03 15:39:00 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Nastasha Johnson
In this study, the aim was to extend the narrative to include an understanding of the cultural competence of those who offer said services and whether exposure to the other cultures can increase intercultural knowledge.
Examining the Impact of Tour Guides on Student Immersions During a Short-Term Study Abroad Experience
2019-09-09 14:23:35 | Publications | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
In this paper, American students’ input was gathered based on their reactions to a number of tours and excursions and the influence of the travel guides was analyzed during a 2018 short-term SA to Central Europe.
Rotterdam Central Europe in 12 Days on a Limited Budget: Experiencing political and cultural history doesn’t have to be expensive
2019-09-09 14:18:45 | Blogs/Editorials | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
by Jim Tanoos, with pictures and activities from annual study abroad visits to Munich, Prague, Hamburg, and Rotterdam by students from Purdue University in Indiana, USA
Hamburg Central Europe in 12 Days on a Limited Budget: Experiencing political and cultural history doesn’t have to be expensive
2023-03-03 15:33:32 | Blogs/Editorials | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
Central Europe in 12 Days on a Limited Budget: Prague, Czech Republic
2019-09-06 12:36:03 | Blogs/Editorials | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
By Jim Tanoos, with pictures and activities from annual study abroad visits to Munich, Prague, Hamburg, and Rotterdam by students from Purdue University in Indiana, USA
Central Europe in 12 Days on a Limited Budget: Munich, Germany
2019-09-05 21:11:34 | Blogs/Editorials | Contributor(s): Jim Tanoos
An Instructor’s Experiment: Adding Intentional Global Competency into a Pre-Existing Short-Term Study Abroad Program
2019-07-19 18:44:25 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Michael D Bittinger
This white paper describes the instructor’s efforts to add a one-credit “culture-general” certificate program to a popular six-week summer study abroad program in Florence, Italy.
An Interprofessional, Intercultural, Immersive Short-Term Study Abroad Program: Public Health and Service Systems in Rome
2019-05-01 19:55:43 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Sarah McComb, Lorenzo Fedele, Patrick Brunese, Vicki Simpson
The purpose of this paper is to describe a short-term study abroad program that exposes engineering and nursing undergraduate students from the United States and Italy to an intercultural and interprofessional immersion experience.
Tatjana Babic-Williams on Intercultural Learning in Italian Courses
2019-04-15 11:38:39 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Tatjana Babic Williams
Tatjana Babic-Williams, Italian faculty at Purdue University, presents on embedding intercultural learning into the Italian curriculum.
Lata A. Krishnan on Study Abroad and Intercultural Learning
2019-02-26 21:40:13 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Lata Krishnan
Join us for Dr. Lata Krishnan's presentation of her work funded by the 2018 CILMAR minigrant program.
Preparing Students for Intensive Global Fieldwork: A Work in Progress
2019-02-08 15:12:49 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Mary K. Pilotte, Daniel F. Radcliffe
Describes the "backwards design" process for an Engineering-focused week-long study abroad program. Of particular importance is the ability of the authors to contextualize intercultural skills as critical to field-based engineering practice.
Using "Big Data" Approaches to Better Understand the International Student Experience
2019-02-08 01:32:14 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve, Lisa Lambert Snodgrass
This peer reviewed "Creative Methods" mini-presentation was given at the 2018 IUPUI Assessment Institute. It discusses using value system clustering to better understand the complexity of the international student experience on US campuses.
Global Leadership in Valencia, Spain: 2018 Purdue Promise Study Abroad Outcomes
2019-02-07 16:48:22 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Jess Ramsey
Purdue Promise is a Student Success Program for low-income Indiana students. This report describes curriculum and learning outcomes of the 2018 iteration of its 3-week study abroad program in Spain.
Teaching Faculty to Value Rubrics and Become Better Intercultural Mentors: An Outcomes Study
2019-02-07 16:13:05 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This peer-reviewed presentation from the IUPUI 2018 Assessment Institute describes creation of and outcomes from a series of faculty development workshops on effectively mentoring students' intercultural competence.
Meta-analysis of 2016-17 Winter and Spring-Break Departmental Study Abroad Programs
2019-02-06 20:48:42 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
Discusses institutional outcomes of 2016-17 short-term "faculty-led" programs; both those programs which used qualitative assessment methods and those which used quantitative. It also analyzes the effect of leader pedagogy training on outcomes.
Case Study: Aligning the Assessment Instrument to the Intercultural Intervention & the Audience
2019-02-06 20:07:54 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report describes iterative attempts to make sense of journaling data from participants of a 2-week study abroad experience.
Enhancing and Assessing Intercultural Learning at Purdue, 2014-2016: Part Two (Findings)
2019-02-06 19:21:38 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report discusses findings from two years of capacity-building towards a culture of evidence-based intercultural learning at a research one US university.
Enhancing and Assessing Intercultural Learning at Purdue, 2014-2016: Part One (Capacity Building)
2019-02-06 19:13:51 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report describes the process of capacity-building at a U.S. research one university, which had recently adopted a new core curriculum requirement that intercultural competence should be embedded in all undergraduate degrees.
Assessing a Training Event for an Intercultural Community of Practice
2019-02-06 16:15:47 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This institutional report showcases an example of how to assess professional development outcomes of an intercultural training event.
Kyongson Park on Academic and Social Integration of International Students
2019-02-06 15:27:13 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Kyongson Park
Join us for Kyongson Park's presentation of her work funded by the 2018 CILMAR minigrant program
Louis Hickman on Development of a Cultural Controllability Scale
2019-02-06 15:22:26 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Louis Hickman
Join us for louis Hickman's presentation of his work funded by the 2018 CILMAR minigrant program
Intercultural Development Outcomes of 24 Purdue Short-term Study Abroad programs
2019-02-06 14:37:59 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report discusses learner outcomes of 24 "faculty-led" programs ranging in length from one to four weeks abroad, and compares outcomes of leaders who have had intercultural mentoring training as opposed to those who have not.
Belongingness and Acculturation During the First Year at Purdue
2019-02-06 14:18:17 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report details outcomes of a focus-group study designed to compare the first-year acculturation experience of international and domestic students, and the different methods they use to begin to accrue "belongingness" at a research one institution.
Vashundara Kaul on Nuances of Transnational Research
2019-02-05 22:40:43 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Vashundara Kaul
Join us for Vashundara Kaul's presentation of her work funded by the 2018 CILMAR minigrant program
Representing the Intercultural Development Continuum as a pendulum: Addressing the lived experiences of intercultural competence development and maintenance
2019-02-05 16:49:17 | Publications | Contributor(s): Kris Acheson-Clair, Sundae Schneider-Bean
Recent publication presenting a new metaphor for understanding and explaining the Intercultural Development Continuum
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