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Other Resources

Other Resources

Useful Websites

  • Intercultural Activity Toolkit, NAFSA: Association of International Educators

    http://www.nafsa.org

    This toolkit is a collection of intercultural activities that can be used with the goal of internationalizing the campus. Activity sizes range from person-to-person to campus-wide. There are large-budget activities and shoestring-budget activities.

  • Global Scholar, Global Scholar Online Courses

    http://globalscholar.us

    The intention of the Global Scholar Online Courses, developed by The Center for Global Education at Loyola Marymount University, is to introduce students to the opportunities and challenges inherent in participating in study abroad programs. These courses include information from students who have studied abroad, the staff who work with them in the U.S. and abroad, faculty who teach students abroad, and researchers in the field who have developed materials to help students through the process.

  • All Abroad: Helping All Students to Study Abroad

    http://allabroad.us

    This site was created as a resource for students, parents, faculty, and administrators interested in study abroad. In it, you will find answers to common questions about study abroad given by our experienced mentors, including study abroad administrators, counselors, former study abroad students, and parents.

  • What’s Up With Culture? NAFSA: Association of International Educators

    http://www.pacific.edu/sis/culture

    This resource guide for study abroad is organized around materials collected and developed over 30 years of offering cross-cultural training courses at the University of the Pacific, specifically the linked orientation and reentry courses of the School of International Studies (SIS).

  • Culture Matters, Peace Corps

    http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/educators/enrichment/culturematters/index.html

    Culture Matter's, Peace Corps' cross-cultural training workbook, was developed to train new Peace Corps Volunteers to enter new cultures with understanding and respect. While this web-based version of Culture Matters is written as if addressed to a new volunteer, professors can easily adapt the language and activities to strengthen cultural understanding in their classrooms.

Useful Publications

  • 52 Activities for Exploring Value Differences, 2003. Donna M. Stringer & Patricia A. Cassiday.
  • Educating Global Citizens in Colleges and Universities: Challenges and Opportunities, 2008. Peter N. Stearns.
  • Experiential Activities for Intercultural Learning, 1996. H. Ned Seelye, Ed.
  • Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campus, 2008 Edition. The American Council on Education
  • Maximizing Study Abroad: A Program Professionals’ Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use, 2006 R. Michael Paige, et al.
  • Understanding the Education and Through it the Culture in Education Abroad, 2002. Linda A. Chisholm and Howard A. Berry.

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Mark Beirn

AFFILIATE

An experienced global researcher and administrator, Mark Beirn brings a critical approach to risk management, factoring structural racism and identity-based violence into his rubric for supporting equitable global mobility.

Specialization Areas:

– Global Risk Management
– Education Abroad
– Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in International Education
– Health and Safety
– Curriculum Development

 

Stephen Appiah-Padi​

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Stephen Appiah-Padi is an international educator with several years of teaching and administrative experience in both 4 and 2-year HEIs. An experienced global education practitioner-scholar, with a demonstrated history of success in the field.

Dr. Appiah-Padi has a Ph.D. from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada in Educational Policy & Administration with a specialization in International/Intercultural Education.

At Northwestern College, he provided oversight in the administration of education abroad and international student services. In Lansing, Michigan, he first oversaw diversity and intercultural education at Lansing Community College, and later created the Center for International and Intercultural Education (CIIE) which merged intercultural engagement and international education programs of the institution, and he became its first director. Additionally, Dr. Appiah-Padi taught a course, “Diversity in the American Workplace”, to undergraduate management students of the College. In his current position, he provides leadership and vision in advancing strategic internationalization initiatives, including international partnerships and study abroad programs at Bucknell University.

Dr Appiah-Padi has created and facilitated several workshops for faculty and staff development in higher education and in business organizations. He has presented at several national and international conferences. In NAFSA, among several volunteer leadership positions, he has served as Dean of the Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication Workshop, the Leadership Development Committee member, Chair of the Africa Special Interest Group, and a Fellow of the Global Fellowship Program for mentoring emerging leaders of internationalization in African HEIs. He currently serves as a member of the NAFSA Board of Directors.

Specialization Areas:

– Education Abroad
– International education leadership development
– Intercultural education and engagement
– International partnerships and linkages

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Rosa Almoguera

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Dr. Rosa Almoguera has worked as an international educator for over twenty years. She was trained as a Hispanic Philologist at the Universidad Complutense, in Madrid, and did her M.A. at the University of Pennsylvania. Her Ph.D., from Universidad Complutense included a field study and edition of written balladry “Romancero”. During many years Rosa combined teaching and her role as a senior administrator at the Fundación Ortega-Marañón in Toledo, Spain. At the Foundation, Rosa directed and, in many cases created, programs for the University of Minnesota, Notre Dame, Princeton, Ohio State, Arcadia, and the University of Chicago. She has also been a visiting professor at the University of Minnesota, University of Portland, and Interamericana de Puerto Rico.

Beginning in 2016, Rosa works as an international education consultant for both public and private European and US higher education institutions. Rosa has been successful in developing new partnerships and programs, as well as helping improve already existing ones.

Rosa is a member of Forum and NAFSA and has presented with higher education professionals on innovative academic and research programming, STEM in study abroad and Nationalism in Europe. Rosa is currently completing the final Professional Certification from the Forum on Education Abroad.
 

Specialization Areas:

– Student services
– Education abroad programming
– Institutional partnerships
– Education and training