The Morgridge Center plans a series of workshops for faculty and staff, based on what Community-based Learning instructors have shared they would like more support with.
We also host Bagels and Research (typically held monthly during academic semesters) presentations highlighting Community-based Research on the UW campus. Presenters included graduate students, faculty/staff and community partners. This series showcases the breadth of community-based research on campus by providing in-depth examples of current research as it relates to students learning outcomes, community impacts and theoretical exploration.
Wisconsin in the World: Internationalization at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
Thursday, Nov 2 | 9-10am
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Panelists include: Associate Director for Advising Susan Lochner Atkinson; International Student Services Director Samantha McCabe; Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Dr. Faran Saeed; Director of International Projects Office Dr. Elise Ahn (moderator); and Associate Dean of High Impact Practices Dr. Kate McCleary (discussant).
This panel discussion will bring together three experts from International Academic Programs (IAP), Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and International Student Services (ISS) to share their insights on inclusive programs within UW International Division that engage with cross-cultural experiences.
Susan Lochner Atkinson will share about IAP’s work, presenting effective strategies to enhance inclusivity—illustrated by IAP’s identity websites and supports, along with the Global Gateway program. Dr. Faran Saeed will provide insights into global DEI in higher education. He further will provide DEI best practices and highlight the Conversation Café (CC) series, a signature program focused on critical thinking, research, and DEI, led by the International Division. Samantha McCabe will focus on ISS and share different initiatives on campus focused on creating more inclusive environments for international students at UW by presenting on ISS’s international student advisory boards (ISAB) and programs like the International REACH program. The panel discussion will conclude with Dr. Kate McCleary, who will serve as a discussant and provide reflection as associate dean of high impact practices in the International Division.
Dr. Elise Ahn will moderate the discussion and will provide a brief overview of the Wisconsin in the world: Internationalization at the University of Wisconsin–Madison book project that involved numerous campus contributors.
Past Bagels and Research Presentations
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