Posted on

Pengelly, K. A. (2018). Loving Neighbor as Self: Translating the Study Abroad Experience into Intercultural Friendships on the Home Campus. Journal of International Students, 8(2), 1108-1128  https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v8i2.136

Discussion of Research

Mentoring Matters: Discover the Global Competence Certificate (GCC) Program Effect

Posted on

Join Katherine Yngve, Purdue University and Linda Stuart of AFS in a webinar on the Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment and Research’s (CILMAR’s) latest study confirming that university students who received group mentoring through the AFS Global Competence Certificate Program (GCC) during their semester abroad developed their intercultural competence in a meaningful way. We invite all educational institutions, faculty and staff, others in the field of international education to this engaging discussion on fostering intercultural awareness, respect for diversity and global-mindedness in both a sustainable and scalable way. More info here: https://afs.org/2019/11/27/study-abroad-mentoring and here: https://hubicl.org/publications/71/4 Dec 6, 2019 09:00 […]


Nuevo Mexico’s Mid-Winter Celebrations

Posted on

Nuevo Mexico’s Mid-Winter Celebrations: A Look at the Intercultural Symbols and Reexamination of the Tri-Cultural Myth. by Miguel Gandert, Distinguished Professor-Communications and Journalism, University of New Mexico December 5, 2019 11 am-12:30 pm (US Eastern Time) We examine the complex narrative and symbols of Hispano and Native-American communities in the Rio Grande Valley in New Mexico. Using photography, we study the performance and symbols in each community as they use the rituals to create a fidelity to culture and community. In addition, we examine New Mexico’s tri-cultural myth (Anglo, Hispano, and Native-American), which is currently under reexamination since the New […]