Join us on May 12 to learn about and discuss existing collaborations between UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers and Minority Serving Institutions and Community Colleges which have led to the internationalization of curricula across disciplines and institutions.
The event will feature Minority Serving Institutions and Community Colleges across the Southeast who have successfully added global content to their classrooms. These curricula changes have varied, but always focus on how to best introduce global content to their students by integrating it into their courses.
Our speakers will discuss how UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers’ resources have helped faculty in these endeavors. The Area Studies Centers will also present the resources available, including funding for travel, research, and classroom resources.
Opening session introducing the UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers
Session 1: Tailoring the global to your local
Session 2: Making connections across borders