Thursday, October 4, 2012

 

Time

Event

Description

Location

8:00-9:00

Registration

Continental breakfast

Registration

Continental breakfast

Front Lobby

Global Classroom Lobby

9:00-9:30

Welcome

 

Global Classroom

9:30-11:00

Keynote

The Honor Code - Kwame Anthony Appiah

Global Classroom

11:00-11:15

Break

 

 

11:15-12:30

Concurrent Sessions I

Honor Code Breakout Session

Kwame Anthony Appiah

Global Classroom A

 

 

Service Learning: Development of Global Competency in College Students

Amy Ramson, Hostos Community College

Implementing a Civic and Global Engagement Framework in a Two-Year Institution

Alex Peterson, Snow College

Factors and Contexts that Contribute to Students’ Development of Intercultural Competence

Yao-Yi Fu, Indiana University

Global Classroom B

 

 

Project Pericles: Cultivating Citizenship in Cooperation but in Pragmatically Different Ways in Elon University and Pace University

Mary Ann Murphy, Heather Novak and Sangeeta Rao, Pace University; Tom Arcaro, Elon University

Tiered Classroom

 

 

Multicultural, Multiracial, What is the Difference?

Ashley Farmer-Hanson, Buena Vista

Competency Driven Model for Intercultural Education Brendan Yorke, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill  

Integrating Cultural Diversity in the Pharmacy Curriculum Nicholas Pantaleo, St. John’s University

Seminar Room 109

 

 

Globalizing the SUNY General Education Curriculum Rebecca Smolar, The Levin Institute; John Suarez, SUNY Cortland; Runi Mukherji, SUNY Old Westbury

Seminar Room 202

12:30-1:30

Lunch

 

 

1:30-2:45

Concurrent Session II

Aligning International Programs for Civic Engagement with College and University Intended Student Learning Outcomes

Margaret Heisel, NAFSA

Service Learning and the Humanities in Haiti and Nicaragua

Wes Kennison, Mike Mattiuci and Grace Trompeter, SUNY Geneseo

Global Classroom A

 

 

G/local General Education at the Sage Colleges: Civic Engagement and Service Learning in the WORLD Courses Sybillyn Jennings, David Baecker, J. Russell Gray-Couch, Shealeen Meaney, Tonya Moutray and Sharon Robinson, The Sage Colleges

Seminar Room 109

 

 

The Federal Role in Supporting Civic Engagement through International and Foreign Language Education Grant Programs

Jessica Barrett Simpson and Tim Duvall, US Department of Education; Thomas M. McIntyre, NYU John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress

Global Classroom B

 

 

A Collaboration in the Pursuit of Civic Engagement through Service Learning

Elizabeth Cameron, Anne Ritz and Peggy Thelen, Alma College; Caitlin Hamstra, Central Michigan University

Seminar Room 202

 

 

The FICCS Approach: One Intercultural Strategy for Civic Engagement Abroad and High Quality Student Learning Eliza Nash, Lavinia Bracci and Nevin Brown, Siena Italian Studies

Polisocial: The Double Responsibility of Public Engagement

Francesca Cognetti and Ida Castelnuovo, Politecnico de Milano

Tiered Classroom

2:45-3:00

Break

 

 

3:00-4:15

Concurrent Session III

Mutuality, Equality, Human Rights: Civic Engagement in South Africa and Beyond

Jennifer Kloes, Erin Cannan and Jennifer Murray, Bard College

Seminar Room 109

 

 

Intercultural Competence through Digital Media Literacy: A Way Forward for Fairfax County

Willow Williamson, American University

Educating in the Post-Gutenberg Era: How to Cope with Virtual Otherness

Alfonso Casella, Siena Italian Studies

Online Service-Learning Reflection Course as Facilitator of Student Support

Thomas Winston Morgan and Erin Barnhart, International Partnership for Service Learning

Global Classroom A

 

 

The Role of Learning Communities in Promoting Intercultural Connections

Gerald Lee Ratliff, SUNY Potsdam

Intercultural Competence Work Group

Kristin Lockhart and Andrew Furco, University of Minnesota

Global Classroom B

 

 

 

Community Engagement in study abroad programs: A case study: Syracuse University in Florence

Sasha Perugini, Syracuse University in Florence

Developing Critical Perspectives on International Service Learning and Student Development

Sandra Enos, Bryant University

Tiered Classroom

 

 

Improving Intercultural Communication through Service Learning

Meghmala Tarafdar, Josephine Pantaleo and Sharon Ellerton, Queensborough Community College

Seminar Room 202

4:15-5:15

Plenary

United Nations Global Compact and Institutional Civic Engagement

Carol Long, SUNY Geneseo; Anthony Buono, Bentley University; Jean-Christophe Carteron, Euromed Management; Merrill Csuri, PRME

Global Classroom


Friday, October 5, 2012

 

Time

Event

Description

Location

8:00-9:00

Registration/Continental Breakfast

Registration for new registrants

Continental breakfast for all registrants

Front Lobby

Global Classroom Lobby

9:00-10:30

Plenary Speaker

Fostering  Intercultural Learning Through Service-Learning: Opportunities and Challenges

Richard Kiely, Cornell University

 Global Classroom

10:30-10:45

Break

 

 

10:45-12:00

Concurrent Sessions I

The Anne Frank Project: Using Storytelling to Shift Global Theory to Practice

Drew Kahn, Buffalo State University

Empathy, Action and Intercultural Competence

John Suarez, SUNY Cortland

Global Classroom A

 

 

Envisioning Global Citizenship through Civic Engagement and Intercultural Understanding: Course-embedded Community Service for First-Year College Students

Laura Anker, Barbara Hillery, Maureen Feder-Marcus, Cristina Notaro, Jermaine Archer, and Andrea Elder-Howell, SUNY Old Westbury

Tiered Classroom

 

 

Building a Better World: The Pedagogy and Practice of Global Service-Learning

Richard Kiely, Cornell University; Eric Hartman, Providence College; Jessica Friedrichs, Carlow University; Chris Boettcher, Castleton State College

Global Classroom B

 

 

Building Bridges to Strengthen Communities and Cultures through Service Learning Locally and Abroad: Opportunities and Challenges

Dorothy Knauer, Hugo Torres, Ponce Dienhoue and Abel Jimenez, Rutgers University

Seminar Room 109

12:00-1:00

Lunch

 

 

1:00-2:30

Plenary Speaker

Creating Encounters with Difference that make a Difference

Larry Braskamp, Association of American Colleges and Universities

 Global Classroom

2:30-2:45

Break

 

 

2:45-4:00

Concurrent Sessions II

Engaging with the People of the Land

Leslie Brown and Robina Thomas, University of Victoria

Learning from the Bayou and Beyond: Integrating Service into an Academic Curriculum

Nick Tringali and Bridget Smith, Tulane University

Seminar Room 109

 

 

Puentes al Futuro: Service Learning with English Language Learners

Kimberly Armstrong Silcox, Rose Hernández, Federica Bucca, Ann Anderberg and Todd Aviles, Eastern Connecticut State University

The Futuro Latino Learning Center: In Direct Contact with the Community

Frances Ramos-Fontan and Michael Curry, Goucher College

Seminar Room 202

 

 

Challenges and Achievements of Civic Engagement: Adapting a Pre-Existing Global Service-Learning Course to a New Site and Host Country

Rose-Marie Chierici and David Parfitt, SUNY Geneseo

Intercultural Immersion, Exploration and Transformation: The Impact of One Community College’s First Global Service Learning Class in Jamaica

Barbara Evans, Community College of Alleghany County

Global Classroom A

 

 

A Critical Evaluation of the Nobis Project: A Creative Process Approach to Service Learning and Global Citizenship

Christen Higgins Clougherty, Nobis Project

Challenges and Opportunities to Teaching Service-Learning to Alternative High School Students

Marissa Blodnik and Rebecca Kalenak, Rutgers Cooperative Extension

TTU Rotaract Students Travel to Dominican Republic for Service in Local Schools and Orphanages

Theresa Ennis and Pat Bagley, Tennessee Tech University

Tiered Classroom

 

 

Roosevelt Thinks: Implementation is Education

Andrew Kingsley, Fordham University; Jessica Morris, Mt. Holyoke College; Tahsin Chowdhury, City College of New York; Dante Barry, Roosevelt Institute

Global Classroom B

4:00-4:45

Closing Plenary

Conference Wrap-Up and Looking Ahead to 2013 Intercultural Horizons Conference in Siena, Italy

Global Classroom