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Global Education on Campus

  • There are numerous Global Education Events on campus planned throughout the year. Please check the college's Calendar of Events, for more information.
  • The Global Education Faculty Liaison provides leadership for coordinating and integrating global learning outcomes in the curriculum and facilitates opportunities for faculty professional development on campus and abroad. Liaison contact: Shamili Ajgaonkar
  • Global Flicks is an annual international film series held in February and March. Films are presented in their original language with English subtitles. Admission is free and open to the public. Contact: Elise Benassi and Janey Sarther
  • Africa and African Diaspora Committee promotes and educates about cultures, histories and traditions from Africa and those resulting from the historic movement of African people to other places throughout the world. Faculty contact: Robert Moorehead
  • Asia Committee seeks to foster a richer understanding and appreciation of the cultures of Asia through interdisciplinary events that incorporate such fields as history, economics, anthropology, philosophy, psychology, art, literature, and political science. Faculty contact: Naheed Rouf
  • European Studies Committee promotes understanding and appreciation of European countries, languages, and cultures by hosting events in collaboration with European cultural, educational, artistic, and diplomatic organizations. Faculty contact: Miglena Nikolova
  • Latin American Studies Committee promotes understanding and appreciation of Latin American countries and cultures through lectures, field trips and performing arts. Faculty contact: Tim Arroyo or  Shannon Delgado
  • Middle East Committee explores the richly diverse cultures of the region and presents perspectives on current events through an academic lens. Faculty contact: Leslie Wolf  
  • Native American Studies Committee fosters education in Native American history, culture and literature by sponsoring public events that give Native American educators, artists and spokespersons a forum for cross-cultural sharing. Faculty contact: John Paris
  • Model United Nations is a student club that explores international relations, diplomacy and the mission of the United Nations. Participants research a country, role-play as diplomats, investigate, debate, deliberate and develop proposals to address global issues. Faculty contact: David Goldberg
  • Community College Initiative Program (CCIP) is a US Department of State grant that supports students for one academic year in the United States. Student from Bangladesh, Brazil, Columbia, Cote d’Ivoire, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, South Africa and Turkey enroll in academic courses, participate in professional development and engage in community service while they gain perspective on American society, culture and institutions. Program Coordinator: Kayla Chepyator
  • Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) is a fellowship funded by the German Bundestag and U.S. Congress that annually provides American and German young adults the opportunity to spend one year in each other’s country, studying, interning, and living with hosts on a cultural immersion program. Faculty contact: Miglena Nikolova


Contact Information

Field and Experiential Learning, Study Abroad and Global Education
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3520
General inquiries: (630) 942-2356
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