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New challenges for international education
As the pandemic forces us to recognize our global interconnectedness, we must consider what it means to be a global citizen and its relation to privilege, access, and responsibility. What can higher education do to help all students gain skills and knowledge to effectively contribute to an interconnected world? Let’s discuss.

Jul 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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John Dennis
John L. Dennis, PhD, is a Behavioral Scientist working at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Università degli Studi di Perugia, etc. His research focuses on how people intentionally influence their lives and uses an active learning approach for his teaching. He's a Cognitive Behavior Therapy practitioner and is finishing his first book The Importance of Feeling Uncomfortable. In his spare time, he has founded a company that measures international student experiences.
Tracy Williams
Dr. Tracy Rundstrom Williams is the Associate Director of the Center for International Studies at Texas Christian University, where she coordinates the curricular and scholarship components of study abroad, as well as the TCU Global Scholars program. In addition, she teaches courses on global citizenship and leads the Global Academy Panama study abroad program. Her contributions to intercultural learning include the resource book Learning through a PRISM and the "Change Your LENS" model for understanding intercultural encounters. Through research, teaching, and activism, Tracy focuses on fostering change to create a more positive and connected world.