Dr. Beth Ann Way
Students in the Global Village are expected to take an internationally themed course during their tenure in the Learning & Living Community. This course has traditionally focused on global issues and how they can be addressed in an ever increasingly connected world.
The Center for Global Programs & Studies is seeking an interested faculty member to teach the companion course to the Global Village Living & Learning Community (14-24 students) during fall semester 2019 or spring 2020. The selected faculty member will develop a curriculum aligned with the INS 130 (1.5 hr) course description, the Global Village student learning outcomes, and the goals of the Living & Learning Community. INS 130 (1.5 hr) will not be a part of the faculty member’s course load; instead, compensation will be in the form of a $3,500 stipend. Enrollment in this course is limited to residents of the Global Village Living & Learning Community (LLC).
INS 130 Global Village Living and Learning Community (1.5 hr)
This course is designed to create discussion on issues of global citizenship for the Global Village Learning and Living Community. Students are exposed to a variety of ways to view global citizenship through a series of global competencies. This class is designed to be taken twice, once in the Fall semester and once in Spring semester.
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