Engaging the World From Your Classroom
Join us on November 16, 2017 for a showcase of University of Michigan courses and faculty that provide significant global experiences for students in the context of their on-campus coursework.
November 16. 2017 * * * 2435 North Quad, 105 S. State Street

Morning Faculty Panel: 10:00am - 12:00pm
            Joshua Miller, English Language and Literature: "Immigrant Narratives" example of co-taught international course
            Greg Hulbert, EECS: Engineering Across Cultures and International Multidisciplinary Design Projects
            Sueann Caulfield, History, Residential College: Human Rights courses
co-taught with partners in Brazil.
            Kelley Maxwell, Intergroup Relations:  Intercultural Dialogue: Preparing and Reflecting 
Catered Lunch and Mingle: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Poster Gallery: 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Course Design Forum: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
What is the impact of these global experiences?  How do we design instructional activities to help students reflect and develop insight?  How do faculty gauge the impact?

Registration * * * Contact: global.teaching@umich.edu

Video recording of panel presentation coming soon!

Engaging the World Poster Gallery 2017 - ALL

2014 Event  Faculty Panel
James Holloway
Vice Provost for Global and Engaged Education Opening Remarks
Carlos Rodriguez
Associate Professor of Music Education School of Music, Theatre and Dance (11:18)
Norma Sarkar, Clinical Professor, School of Nursing Rosemary Ziemba, Clinical Professor (retired), School of Nursing (27:33)

Luís Sfeir­ Younis, Lecturer II, Sociology, LS&A (56:24)
Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Global and Engaged Education
and organized by LS&A Instructional Support Services,
LS&A Language Resource Center, and
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching.
Faculty Posters

Amber Dallwig, Norma Sarkar, Amber Gallagher, Rosemary Ziemba, Leslie Davis - School of Nursing

Maria Dorantes,
Rachael Criso - LSA Romance Languages & Literatures

Despina Margomenou - LSA Classical Studies, Modern Greek Program

Wijdan Al-Sayigh, Raji Rammuny, Courney Lesoon - LSA Near Eastern Studies

Johanna Eriksson - LSA Germanic Languages & Literatures

Stefan Szymanski - Kinesiology, Sports Management

Stein Brunvand - U-M Dearborn, School of Education

Brent Williams - Internal Medicine and

Patricia Mullan - Medical Education, Medical School

Peter Halquist - Architecture & Urban Planning

Sueann Caulfield - LSA History and Residential College

Timothy Corvidae - LSA Global Scholars,  Intergroup Relations, and the Center for Global and Intercultural Study

Jeff Stanzler, Danielle Rubin - School of Education

Margaret Willard-Traub, William DeGenaro - U-M Dearborn, Language, Culture and Communications