Following the successful virtual events in 2020-21, the Intercultural Learning for Global Engagement (ILGE) group is developing a series of workshops for students and staff at INU member universities for 2022.

 

ILGE group aims to identify intercultural learning resources and best practices within INU member universities to support each other efforts in equipping future generations with skills for living and working in a globalized world, while also applying those skills in a local context.

 

The plans are currently underway, and we hope to offer the following events as outlined below.  Further details on these workshops and how to register, will follow shortly.

 

Intercultural Learning Workshops for Faculty & Professional Staff

 

Date / Time Workshop University Lead
Wednesday 17 November 2021 (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) The Corona Crash Course – Implications for Higher Education Teaching & Learning Malmö University (Sweden)
Wednesday 9 February 2022  (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) How do I embed culturally responsive pedagogies in my teaching Kingston University (UK)
Wednesday 2 March 2022      (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) COIL (Collaborative Online International learning):  Sharing Virtual Mobility Case Studies and Best Practice 

James Madison University (USA)

De Montfort University (UK) 

California State University, Chico (USA)

Universidad Tecnológica de Bolivar (Colombia)

Wednesday 27 April 2022       (13:00 – 15:00 BST) Exploring diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives within career services 

De Montfort University (UK)

European University Viadrina (Germany)

James Madison University (USA)

Kingston University (UK)

Wednesday 25 May 2022        (13:00 – 15:00 BST) Embedding Intercultural Learning in My Teaching  James Madison University (USA)
Wednesday 22 June 2022        (13:00 – 15:00 BST) Shaping the University through student engagement Kingston University (UK)

 

Intercultural Learning Workshops for Students

 

Wednesday 10 November 2021   (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) SDG16 (Peace, Justice and strong institutions) – Modern slavery in a local and global context  De Montfort University (UK)
Wednesday 19 January 2022     (13:00 – 15:00 GMT)

Wellbeing as a Mental Health Resource – A Psychological Perspective

This session is limited to 4 registrants per INU University.  Please contact the INU Coordinator prior to registering.

European University Viadrina (Germany)
Wednesday 23 February 2022     (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) Global product development  (Registration link to be added shortly) Malmö University (Sweden)
Thursday 24 March 2022              (13:00 – 15:00 GMT) Climate change and global engagement: From experience to action James Madison University (USA)  and Kingston University (UK)

 

This information will be updated regularly as the sessions come together.  For more information, please contact the INU Coordinator:  INU@kingston.ac.uk