Symposium Focuses on Incorporating Global Themes into the Curriculum at Community Colleges
The 2019 Education Partnership for Internationalizing Curriculum (EPIC) Symposium brought together community college faculty and administrators from across California to discuss ways to prepare students for an increasingly globalized world.
“Today, more than ever, our students need to be equipped with the critical thinking, communication, socio-emotional, and language skills to work collaboratively with people in the United States and all over the world,” said Dave Dillon, a professor at Grossmont College, who is curating a textbook chapter on cultural competency for use in open educational resources.
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- The Stanford EPIC fellowship for community college instructors
- “From Cold War to Hot Peace: An Ambassador in Putin’s Russia,” a book talk for educators by Ambassador Michael McFaul
- 2018–19 EPIC Community College Faculty Fellows Program
- Integrating global issues into community college curricula