Foreword, Allan Goodman Acknowledgments Introduction: The Quest for Global Citizenship through Study Abroad, Ross Lewin Part One: Defining Global Citizenship in Study Abroad 1. Global Citizenship in Theory and Practice, Hans Schattle 2. Fostering Engagement: The Role of International Education in the Development of Global Civil Society, James Skelly 3. Global Learning and the Making of Citizen Diplomats, Rebecca Hovey and Adam Weinberg 4. International Studies and Foreign Languages: A Critical American Priority, Charles Kolb 5. Global Citizenship Education: Challenges and Possibilities, Ian Davies and Graham Pike Part Two: Aligning Global Citizenship and Study Abroad With the Mission of the Academy 6. Study Abroad and Language: From Maximal to Realistic Models, Dieter Wanner 7. Constructive Disequilibrium: Cognitive and Emotional Development through Dissonant Experiences in Less Familiar Destinations, S. Megan Che, Mindy Spearman, and Agida Manizade 8. The Liberal Arts and Global Citizenship: Fostering Intercultural Engagement Through Integrative Experiences and Structured Reflection, Joseph L. Brockington and Margarete D. Wiedenhoeft 9. Study Abroad and Nursing: From Cultural to Global Competence, Connie Currier, James Lucas, and Denise Saint Arnault 10. The Role of Study Abroad in Preparing Globally Responsible Teachers, Kenneth Cushner 11. Democratizing Study Abroad: Challenges of Open Access, Local Commitments, and Global Competence in Community Colleges, Robert A. Frost and Rosalind Latiner Raby 12. North of 49: Global Citizenship a la canadienne, Roopa Desai Trilokekar and Adrian Shubert 13. Global Citizenship and Study Abroad: A European Comparative Perspective, Hans de Wit 14. Strategy for Development of a Global City: Study Abroad in Singapore, Peter Pang Part Three: Institutional Challenges and Strategies to Fostering Global Citizenship Study Abroad 15. It Takes an Entire Institution: A Blueprint for the Global University, William Brustein 16. Turning our Back on the World: Study Abroad and the Purpose of U.S. Higher Education, Riall W. Nolan 17. Faculty Beliefs and Institutional Values: Identifying and Overcoming these Obstacles to Education Abroad Growth, Joan Elias Gore 18. Selling the World: Study Abroad Marketing and the Privatization of Global Citizenship, Talya Zemach-Bersin 19. Global Citizenship for All: Low Minority Student Participation in Study Abroad-Seeking Strategies for Success, Earl Picard, Farrah Bernardino, and Kike Ehigiator 20. Understanding the Challenges of Assessing Global Citizenship, Darla K. Deardorff 21. Here to Stay: Increasing Acceptance of Short-Term Study Abroad Programs, Lisa Chieffo and Lesa Griffiths 22. Going Global in the Sciences: A Case Study at Emory University, Phillip Wainwright, Preetha Ram, Daniel Teodorescu, and Dana Tottenham 23. Undergraduate Research During Study Abroad: Scope, Meaning and Potential, Bernhard T. Streitwieser Part Four: Innovative Global Citizenship Study Abroad Program Models 24. Georgia Tech's Comprehensive and Integrated Approach to Developing Global Competence, Howard Rollins 25. Holistic Student Learning and Development Abroad: The IES 3-D Program Model, Joan Gillespie, Larry Braskamp, and Mary Dwyer 26. It Takes A Curriculum: Bringing Global Mindedness Back Home, Kevin Hovland, Caryn McTighe Musil, Ellen Skilton-Sylvester, and Amy Jamison 27. Educating Globally Competent Citizens through International Service Learning, William M. Plater, Steven G. Jones, Robert G. Bringle, and Patti H. Clayton 28. Creating Deep Partnerships with Institutions Abroad: Bard College as Global Citizen, Susan H. Gillespie, with Jonathan A. Becker, Bryan Billings, Sergey Bogdanov, Christina Davis, Fazela Haniff, Ayesha Kajee, Thomas Keenan, Nikolay Koposov, Tawana Kupe and Valery Monakhov 29. Creating Study Abroad Opportunities for First-Generation College Students, Maria D. Martinez, Bidya Ranjeet, and Helen A. Marx 30. It's Not About You: The UConn Social Entrepreneur Corps Global Commonwealth Study Abroad Model, Ross Lewin and Greg Van Kirk Contributors Index
Ross Lewin is the Director of Study Abroad at the University of Connecticut. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in German Studies.
"Certainly, faculty and administrators involved in study abroad or in globalization of the curriculum will find this book invaluable. However, the themes addressed throughout are so fundamental to the heart of mission and identity that the volume will likely be useful to any educator thinking about his or her institution's engagement with the global community."--Teaching Theology & Religion "This is an excellent book for those of us involved in international education. The wealth of information and myriad references to programs in diverse fields reflect the dynamic reality of current efforts across a broad range of institutions--a contribution that may ultimately be more useful than a consensus definition of global citizenship."--Review of Higher Education