Infusing Intercultural Competence Development into Faculty-Led International Courses

St. Lawrence College’s Global Engagement Strategy calls for enriched intercultural learning experiences. Faculty-led courses to international locations are exceptional opportunities to advance this objective while reinforcing global citizenship. Building on the success in the past, SLC will expand offerings to more students from underrepresented groups. Up to 72 students in three courses will benefit from these opportunities. Expanding the faculty-led program is possible through existing partnerships with international institutions. Key to the faculty-led program is the addition of intercultural competence development, an intervention that will be measured as a core outcome and for continuous improvement.

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