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      FOUNDATIONS OF GLOBAL ADVOCACY Spring, 2019 in Tempe

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      January 17, 2019

      Thursday  12:00 PM

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      FOUNDATIONS OF GLOBAL ADVOCACY (Spring 2019 Offering) Thursday, January 17| 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. | CPCOM 120 Facilitators: Renee Klug, University International Educator, Senior, Office of the University Provost/Global Launch; Jennifer Malerich, Executive Director, Academic and Global Engagement Description: This introductory session will familiarize participants with the Global Advocacy program by offering an overview of ASU’s international population and its vision for and efforts in internationalization, facilitating activities to allow one to determine their worldview and build Cultural Intelligence (CQ), and providing strategies for advocating for and engaging students. A panel of current ASU international students will also speak about their experiences transitioning to an American university.  Participants of this session will be able to: Identify the purpose of the Global Advocacy program and understand how to work more effectively with ASU’s international population Articulate an overview of the international students and scholars at ASU Recognize students’ cultural adjustment and assist in their academic and cultural transitions Hear from ASU’s international students to understand their first-hand experiences   Video Conferencing  This meeting will be available via Zoom video conference for those attending remotely. Select "Participate Remotely" when registering. Before the event, you will receive a link to download and install the Zoom desktop application link and directions for entering this course.    ____ ABOUT THE GLOBAL ADVOCACY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM :: BECOME A GLOBAL ADVOCATE PROGRAM OVERVIEW  The Global Advocacy certificate program is for ASU faculty and staff who wish to cultivate a globally-minded campus for international students and scholars. By attending a series of workshops, participants will broaden their awareness of cross-cultural topics and learn specific strategies for supporting international students and scholars in the classroom and workplace.  To earn a Global Advocacy certificate, participants must register for and attend the Foundations of Global Advocacy core course plus at least three elective courses during an academic year. All courses are free of charge* and fill on a first-come, first-served basis.  Participants in Global Advocacy Workshops will learn:   skills to assess cultural intelligence and how cultural lenses influence people’s interactions strategies for interacting and communicating with international students and colleagues techniques for assisting international students for academic and cultural success awareness of international campus resources for students, staff, and faculty F-1 and J-1 immigration regulations followed by international students and scholars  

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