In this M Global Presents... webinar, University of Minnesota language educators explored questions related to the intersection of language and social justice.
The Twin Cities campus International Recruitment Committee has released its 2020 annual report. It features statistics on international student enrollment, the University's response to the pandemic, and factors impacting international recruitment.
In this webinar, University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and student leaders discussed the cutting-edge of classroom efforts to prepare students to tackle the global challenges that lie ahead.
It can be overwhelming to walk into a classroom filled with people you don’t know, especially if you come from another country or English isn’t your first language. A webinar series offered by the Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus (ICC) team is trying to help.
The Learning Abroad Center’s virtual internships program helped College of Science and Engineering students get valuable work experience and build confidence in themselves.
The University of Minnesota was awarded a $4.48 million contract to support health sciences higher education advancements in Afghanistan.
University of Minnesota Choirs welcomed national and international guest artists as part of the University Singers Global Voices Unit. During this unprecedented Fall semester, Wednesday afternoon workshops provide a weekly forum to hear from guest lecturers and learn new music.
From Minnesota to Kenya: Humphrey School Students Help Provide COVID Information to Remote Island Residents
It was a most unusual summer project for two students at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs—spanning two continents, 10 time zones, and an ocean—to deliver important public health information about the coronavirus pandemic to an isolated island population in Kenya.
The Social SCILS program will create a suite of materials in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish that are grounded in multiliteracies pedagogy and address a range of critical social justice topics (e.g., racism, global health, language policy, environmental sustainability).
Despite the pandemic, the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition's annual Summer Institute Program had its best year ever in 2020! CARLA offered 14 institutes and had over 400 participants–more than in any year since the program was launched in 1996.