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CIGE Insights: Leading the Globally Engaged Institution

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CIGE Insights: Leading the Globally Engaged Institution

December 30, 1899

​​This paper explores issues discussed by North American and European institutional leaders at the summer 2012 Trans-Atlantic Dialogue, including the impact of the economic downturn on internationalization efforts, the role of student mobility, curriculum, and co-curriculum in internationalization, language and cultural issues inherent in global engagement, and student learning assessment.


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