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  1. Meta-analysis of Purdue 2020-21 Virtual Study Abroad Programs

    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.

  2. Krishnan - Intercultural Learning: Success with Study Abroad, On-campus, and Virtual Learning Modalities

    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.

  3. Swanson - 2020 Seed Grant - Developing an Outreach and Recruitment Model to Promote Diversity in Honors Study Abroad

    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.

  4. Karcher - 2019 CILMAR Mini-Grant Empathy Presentation

    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.

  5. Assessing Reflective Pedagogy among Leaders of Purdue 2019 Short-term Study Abroad

    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.

  6. Intercultural learning in semester-long study abroad: A comparative analysis of the effectiveness of one-on-one versus group-mentored interventions - updated

    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.

  7. Digital civics goes abroad

    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.

  8. The Impact of Two Different Styles of Excursions during a Short-Term Undergraduate Study Abroad Experience

    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.

  9. Intercultural Knowledge Development During Short-Term Study Abroad in the Basque Country: A Cultural and Linguistic Minority Context

    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).

  10. Preparing Students for Intensive Global Fieldwork

    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.

  11. Purdue GEARE Report: Assessing "Soft Skill" Development in Engineering Students

    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.

  12. Impact of Study Abroad–10 Years of Trips to Germany with Students

    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.

  13. Rotterdam Central Europe in 12 Days on a Limited Budget: Experiencing political and cultural history doesn’t have to be expensive

    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

  14. An Instructor’s Experiment:  Adding Intentional Global Competency into a  Pre-Existing Short-Term Study Abroad Program

    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.

  15. An Interprofessional, Intercultural, Immersive Short-Term Study Abroad Program: Public Health and Service Systems in Rome

    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.

  16. Lata A. Krishnan on Study Abroad and Intercultural Learning

    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.