Short-term and Faculty-led Programs as Paths to Expanding Accessibility
This salon will focus on the development of short-term study abroad programs and their potential impact on diversity abroad initiatives. Given this pivotal moment during which we, as international educators, consider the (re)emergence of traditional long-term immersion programs, and ways to make education abroad more accessible for underrepresented students, it is also crucial that we (re)examine short-term programming and its benefits for expanding accessibility.
Stacy Benjamin, Director of Professional Development
Jackie Bonilla, Senior Program Manager
Theodora Kelly McGee, Director of the Center for Global Programs
Carmen Pitz, Assistant Director for Study Abroad Advising
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Marc Teng, Center Director Singapore