In an increasingly interconnected world, college graduates must be able to think and act globally. But how does that happen? How do faculty members shape and deliver global experiences? How could colleges do this better? This series highlights untold stories about global learning off-campus study programs at liberal arts colleges in post-card sized installments (10 minutes or less). This podcast is a companion to the book Faculty as Global Learners: Off-Campus Study at Liberal Arts Colleges published by Lever Press (June 2020) and written by Joan Gilespie, Lisa Jasinski, and Dana Gross. Episodes feature conversations about effective teaching strategies, the transformative impact of leading off-campus study programs, and suggestions for how colleges can better support these mission-critical efforts.

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