Fostering Student Global Engagement through Academic Advising
During fall 2012, the Division of Undergraduate Studies hosted "Fostering Student Global Engagement through Academic Advising," a scholarly professional development seminar on the importance of academic advising in cultivating a global perspective in undergraduate students. Sessions focused on understanding globalization in an educational context, engaging students in global issues, introducing the range of global opportunities—curricular and co-curricular—available at the University, and informing the pedagogy of advising for global engagement.
The Division of Undergraduate Studies and Penn State World Campus partnered with WPSU to live stream the event, which was made possible in part through a grant from the Bringing Theory to Practice Project in cooperation with the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Generous support for the seminar additionally came from Penn State's Center for Global Studies and the World Campus.
Understanding Globalization and Promoting Student Global Engagement (Keynote)
Robert Crane, Ph.D., Alliance for Education Science, Engineering, and Development in Africa
Global/International Studies Opportunities in the College of the Liberal Arts
Julianna Chaszar, Ph.D., College of the Liberal Arts
What Does Education Abroad at Penn State Have to Offer?
Nimisha Thakur, M.Arch, University Office of Global Programs
Discovering the Globe
Sophia McClennen, Ph.D., Center for Global Studies
Global Sustainability Opportunities at Penn State
Susannah Barsom, Ph.D., Center for Sustainability
The Global Health Minor
Melina Czymoniewiez-Klippel, Ph.D., College of Health and Human Development
The Rise of Global Advising
Elena Galinova, Ph.D.; Marie Lindhorst, Ph.D.; and Marion Schwartz, Ph.D., all from the Division of Undergraduate Studies