Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus (ICC)

Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus (ICC) serves as a hub for the rich internationalization efforts across the University of Minnesota system.

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We offer multiple entry points and a continuum of opportunities with varying levels of time and commitment, from short 30-minute webinars and consultations, to a self-paced certificate program and more intensive faculty cohorts and customized plans for academic departments. To get started, click on one of the buttons below for more information and to register!


Upcoming Events

12:00pm | Monday, May 20, 2024

Online, instructor led

Learn one approach for establishing class or group agreements and expectations. Establishing class or group agreements and expectations sets a tone for the course that reinforces intentionality and collaborative decision-making processes, and the idea that the classroom learning environment is something we all contribute to, are responsible for, and can influence. Making these explicit and clear for yourself and for students is important for all members of the class, and even more so for students who may be new to U.S. classrooms and educational practices in higher education.

1:00pm | Monday, May 20, 2024

Online, instructor led

How can we design a course that will deepen international, intercultural, and global learning for our students? Join us for this interactive online workshop where you will have the opportunity to expand your teaching strategies to prepare global-ready students. We suggest you focus on a semester-long course of your choosing to explore learning goals, assessment techniques, and teaching strategies that can help your students develop the skills, knowledge, and perspectives necessary to understand the world and work effectively to improve it.

 

9:00am | Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Online

How do we as teachers facilitate intercultural learning that centers on the diverse perspectives students bring to our classrooms? Join us for an interactive online workshop where you will have the opportunity to expand and deepen your teaching strategies to engage the global diversity in your classes. Faculty and instructors from all disciplines face increasing demands to help students develop the intercultural skills necessary to thrive in today’s world.