Poster Session and Coffee Break

Nov 7, 2019
10:00 am - 10:45 am EST

Poster Session and Coffee Break

From first-generation abroad to re-entry, see how your colleagues are working to make study abroad a reality for all of today’s students. The Poster Fair and Coffee Break offers an opportunity for one-on-one meaningful discussions on innovative approaches for Opening Doors to Increase Diversity in Study Abroad!

African Americans in Contact: An Ethnographic Case Study of Cultural Sensitivity in Study Abroad
Marisa Gray, Morgan State University

Assessing the Intercultural Impact of Short-term Engineering Study Abroad Programs
Jill Churchill, Purdue University

Black Students and Study Abroad: An Open Discussion on Barriers and Increasing Access
Annastasia Williams, University of Texas-Knoxville
Nicole Kaforski, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Connecting Global Students with United Nations Opportunities
Samantha Lu, Columbia University

Creating Education Abroad Opportunities for Underrepresented Students in Tennessee Community Colleges
Anne-Marie McKee and Girija Shinde, Volunteer State Community College

Developing a Faculty-Led Travel Course: A Review of Lessons Learned
David Solomon and Alvin Malesky, Western Carolina University

Diversity in Historical Studies: History and Yoga in One-Course Approach
Rosemary Stanfield-Johnson, University of Minnesota Duluth

Enhancing Student Mobility: Summer Gateway Programs for STEM Majors
Hsiu-Zu Ho, Yeana Lam, and Sarah Abraham, University of California Education Abroad Program

Expectation versus Reality: Insights into the Transition Experiences of International Students
Olaide Agbeniga, University of Pretoria, South Africa

First-Generation, First-Abroad
Karla Aguilar, Division of Diversity and Community Engagement Global Student Fellows, University of Texas

From Campus to Study Abroad and Back: A Pedagogical Cycle Connecting Learning in the Classroom After Study Abroad
Luziris Pineda Turi and Maryam Emami, Rice University

From Study Abroad back to Campus: A Pedagogical Cycle Connecting Learning Abroad to Learning in the Classroom
Hélade Scutti Santos, Rice University

Gender Inclusivity for Faculty-led travel
Danielle Ficco, Washington & Jefferson College

Get Your Life! Encouraging and Supporting First-generation and Non-traditional Students to Study Abroad
Keisha Campbell, Marisa Gray, and Rhonda Shields, Morgan State University

Global Citizenship: My First European Experience
Shane Cavanaugh and Kristina Rouech, Central Michigan University

Incorporating student voices: utilizing student employees in projects related to diversity and inclusion
Brook Baslee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Increasing STEM, Global and Cultural Competencies of Underrepresented Student Populations Through Study Abroad Programs in Spain and Australia
Neal Phillip, Bronx Community College

Introspective Lessons: HBCU Undergraduate Social Work Students Experiences in Havana, Cuba
Makeba Green, Bowie State University
Jennifer Delgado, Student at Bowie State University

Latinx Students and Study Abroad: Language Programs as a Gateway to International Education
Mirta Barrea-Marlys, Monmouth University

Learning, Innovation and Community: Africana/Black World Study Abroad and Scholarly Exchange
Robert Hanserd, Columbia College Chicago

Making Deeper Connections Through Culturally Relevant Study Abroad
Dirk N. Soma, Kauai Community College

Motivation of Study Abroad Programs Made by People of Color
Adia Boyd, NJIT

Moving the Classroom around the World: Faculty and Students Interested in the Curriculum Development of a Study Abroad Program Internationally
Sherita Tompkins, Jackson State University

Passageways to Multiple Cultural Understandings: Engaging Marginalized Students with People and ‘Place’ Abroad
Allison Freed, University of the Ozarks
Aerin Benavides, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Lacey Huffling, Georgia Southern University

Questioning abroad: Preparing Students to Navigate the Relationship Between Study Abroad and Sexual Orientation Identity Transformation
Ashley Trebisacci, Brandeis University

Required: Creativity and Guts; Building Bridges for Students of Color Underrepresented in Study Abroad
Metrice Harris-Weedman, PhD Education & Social Justice Doctoral Student at Lancaster University, UK

Resources to Connect with Diverse Communities Abroad
Stacy Benjamin-Wood, CIEE

Transgender and Non-Binary Perspectives in Study Abroad: Building Materials with and For Students in Global Contexts
Mara Flamm, The University of the Arts

Teaching Religion in Study Abroad Programs
Farah Cherif D’Ouezzan, Center for Cross-Cultural Learning, Rabat – Morocco

World Wide Global Health Career Model for Health Professions
Felecia M, Banks, Marguerite E. Neita, Priscilla Okunji, Chimene Castor, Sylvia Anderson, and Aunamesha Henley, Howard University