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Past QEP Roundtables

2013 Global Roundtable
2013 Global Roundtable

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2012 Global RoundtableAfrica Roundtable

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2011 Global Roundtable
Living Latino
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2010 Global Roundtable
Window to the Middle East
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2009 Global Roundtable
1st Roundtable
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Global Faculty Development Resources

The goal of Regent's QEP is to increase the global competence of our students. For that to occur, faculty too will grow in their knowledge, understanding and application of global competence. The Center for Teaching & Learning would like to provide a directory of related faculty development resources. If you would like to add more, email your resources to gingzil@regent.edu.

Be sure to also visit the Center for Christian Thought and Action.
 

Regent Policy

Regent's Mission Statement
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Quality Enhancement Plan

 

Resources & Tools

AACU Global Resources
AAC&U addresses diversity, global engagement, and social responsibility as compelling educational and institutional priorities that help students and campuses engage the social, civic, and economic challenges of a diverse and unequal world.

Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity
Recording the life stories of significant figures in Chinese Christianity across the centuries and around the world.

CCCU Global Resources
Global resources from the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities.

Dictionary of African Christian Biography Resource Links
Resources links from the DOAC.

Global Philanthropy Forum
Creates a safe environment where donors and social investors learn from one another and share best practices.

Global Voices
An international community of bloggers who report on citizen media from around the world

Go!: more than a game
A book by Peter Shotwell ; with three game commentaries by Yang Huiren and Sangit Chatterjee. Review by Harold Henkel

Google Public Data Explorer
Access to quick graphs and charts.

Infolit Global
An international resources directory.

International Business Links
International business links plus country profiles & intercultural information as prepared by Evangel University Library Staff. (updated August 2009)

International Business Etiquette
Your information source for international business etiquette, manners, and cross cultural communication.

International Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education
A peer-reviewed electronic journal.

Resources for Campus Internationalization
The common portal of the Inter-Association Network on Campus Internationalization (INCI)

Teaching Citizenship in Higher Education
The site hosts 11 free-to-access learning activities that challenge students to explore different aspects of citizenship in contemporary society

World Christian Database
The World Christian Database provides comprehensive statistical information on world religions, Christian denominations, and people groups.

Virtual Religion Index
This site is designed to advance research in matters of religion.

Yale Center for Faith and Culture
Yale, in collaboration with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, launched the Faith and Globalization Initiative in the Fall of 2008 as a three-year effort to conduct dialogue as a way of considering essential issues of faith and globalization.

Social Language Learning

 

Organizations & Programs

Center for Cultural Understanding and Change at the Field Museum
CCUC reveals the power of cultural difference to transform social life and promote social change.

Christian Global Forum
The Global Christian Forum is a movement of representatives from diverse Christian churches, organisations and traditions meeting on an equal basis, to foster mutual respect and to address common challenges together.

The Center for Global Education
CGE prepares current and emerging leaders to engage global affairs in ways that promote sustainable environments for religious freedom.

EQUIP
Founded by John Maxwell, EQUIP develops international Christian leaders

The Institute for Global Engagement
IGE works with governments and religious leaders to ensure that people of all faiths and none have freedom of conscience and can participate as equal citizens in public life.

Fulbright Scholar Program
For more information contact Dr. Almarie Munley, almadon@regent.edu)

IAPCHE
The International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education is a network for Christians in institutions of higher education committed to a vision and a mission that honors Christ globally.

Institute of International Education
IIE creates programs of study and training for students, educators and professionals from all sectors.

Junior Faculty Development Program
The JFDP provides university instructors with a semester-long opportunity to expand their knowledge and expertise in their academic field by attending classes and working with faculty members at universities in the United States. Individuals may apply for fields in the humanities and social sciences.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
The official website of NATO.

Professor Exchange
Through IPE, professors and lecturers may arrange short or long term job opportunities between universities around the world.

United Nations Pathways Program
This program, organized by the Office of Global Learning at Fairleigh Dickinson University in partnership with the Ambassador's Club at the United Nations, provides campus lectures by U.N. ambassadors and interactive videoconferences from the U.N. World Digital Repository.
 

 

Essays

Globalization, the Kingdom of God and Christian Higher Education by Dr. Richard Slimbach

Elevating Global Citizenship By Building The International Civic Engagement Movement of Higher Education by Robert M. Hollister

Global Learning: What is it? Who is Responsible for it? by Kevin Hovland
 

 

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