As part of CIGE's effort to provide guidance to institutions engaged in internationalization, Internationalization in Action features institutional strategies and good practices gathered from participants in CIGE programs and other experts in the field. Topics rotate regularly, and each installment includes examples, sample documents, and advice from a variety of institutions.
All previous installments of Internationalization in Action are listed below. Click here for the current installment.
The first installment of the series on internationalizing the Co-curriculum.
The fourth and final installment of the series on internationalizing the curriculum, this installment address curriculum internationailzation at the discipline level.
The third in the series on internationalizing the curriculum, this installment addresses curriculum internationalization at the degree-program level, including institution-wide student learning outcomes, general education, and foreign language requirements.
The second in the series on internationalizing the curriculum, this installment addresses curriculum internationalization at the academic program level, including majors, minors and certificates.
First in a 4-part series that examines multiple levels of curriculum internationalization, this installment focuses on individual courses and internationalizing the curriculum "from the ground up."
Building upon Part 1 of this 2-part series, this installment addresses strategies to ensure that faculty fulfill their role in internationalizing the curriculum and student learning. Topics include professional development, use of technology, and intercultural competence.
First in a 2-part series on faculty engagement in internationalization, this installment examines policies and procedures, including hiring, tenure and promotion, budgeting, and tracking faculty international activity.
This installment outlines steps for establishing and running a successful internationalization committee, which is a key driver of the internationalization process for many institutions.
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