Leading in a Global Society: Breaking Cross-Cultural Boundaries
Looking to expand your global competency or gain experience working with others from another culture? Apply to be apart of Leading in a Global Society: Breaking Cross-Cultural Boundaries.
This experiential learning course, will allow students to broaden their perspective of the world and their local community through creative projects. In an ever-expanding world, students have a need to not only excel in their state and country but in the world as well. This course targets key skills and seeks to increase cultural awareness, inclusiveness between domestic and international students, and, ultimately, global competitiveness.
The objective of this experiential learning course is to create projects that highlight the importance of inclusiveness in the Kent State University community. These works will be showcased at the end of the course in the form of an art gallery exhibition. The course will center around the production process of a creative project between two assigned partners working under the guidance of International Programs and Education Abroad staff members.
If selected for this course, you must attend 3 meetings during the Spring 2018 semester with a 4th meeting time being optional. The meetings will be held from 5:30-8:00PM on the following dates:
- March 8th
- March 14th (optional meeting), and
- April 5th
- April 12th.
The art exhibition will be held at the Uumbaji Art Gallery on Wednesday, April 18th from 6-8PM.
Deadline to Apply: Friday, March 2, 2018
Please note: This is a selective, undergraduate experiential learning course, lead by Dr. Kristin Stasiowski, Assistant Dean of International Programs and Education Abroad for the College of Arts and Sciences. Space is limited.