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Senior academic and administrative officers, deans, faculty members, academic leaders, and international educators who are working to infuse a global perspective into the curriculum are encouraged to attend one or more of the colloquia. To learn more, visit


Global Learning Colloquium on Teacher Education $

Tuesday, May 30: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Classroom diversity is on the rise as community demographics shift. The increasing diversity of today’s K-12 schools means that teachers encounter students from an ever-expanding array of backgrounds. In order to successfully teach within the complex and globally-interdependent classroom environment, teachers must be better prepared to understand diversity in their profession. This colloquium will focus on model practices and programs in global learning, innovative curricular designs, and assessment tools used to evaluate progress. Participants will work in small groups with expert facilitators, and discuss how to prepare teachers for the diverse student populations they will work with through development of cultural and global competencies.

#61 Member $229 | Nonmember $329 | Student $99

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Global Learning Colloquium on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics, and Design (STEAM’D): A Cross-Disciplinary Approach NEW $

Wednesday, May 31: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Comprehensive cross-disciplinary curricular programming is critical to prepare graduates for the complexities of work in our interconnected societies. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are key drivers of innovation and change in the twenty-first century, but now it is essential to also integrate the complementary fields of art and design into STEM programming. Participants will work with experts to explore best practices that align creative, out-of-the box, high-impact global learning experiences with academic coursework, while establishing core competencies and metrics, and identifying strategies that move cross-disciplinary global learning forward as an institutional priority.

#62 Member $229 | Nonmember $329 | Student $99

Global Learning Colloquium on Assessment $

Wednesday, May 31: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

How do you know if your students have developed essential cross-cultural and global competencies? Join deans, faculty members, and international educators to explore a variety of ways of assessing global learning. Experts will share best practices and lead participants in discussing strategies and techniques for assessing curricular and cocurricular experiences that help students develop the knowledge and skills they need to engage with the wider world.

#63 Member $229 | Nonmember $329 | Student $99

Global Learning Colloquium on Legal Education $

Thursday, June 1: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Understanding and integrating global learning into the curriculum of U.S. law schools entails identifying issues, challenges, and solutions that incorporate a global perspective. Join deans, faculty members, legal scholars, and program directors to discuss strategies for incorporating global perspectives into legal education. Experts in the field will present best practices for integrating cultural and global learning into programming. Participants will explore strategies and techniques that bring global learning to law school by developing international partnerships and exchange programs, and integrating cultural and global competencies into curricula.

#64 Member $229 | Nonmember $329 | Student $99

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Regulatory Compliance for Education Abroad Risk Management: A NAFSA and URMIA Seminar $

Monday, May 29: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Explore the regulatory environment affecting risk reporting for education abroad programs. As the numbers of students abroad increase, risk management and education abroad professionals must ensure that their compliance protocols are appropriate for the overseas environment. Through a framework of case studies, participants will discuss incidents and investigations stemming from obligations under the U.S. law and regulations, such as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery), Title IX, and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Continental breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon beverage break are included. Teams from the same institution with an identified relationship are encouraged, but not required, to attend.

#59 Member $355 | Nonmember $455

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