“Internationalizing the Curriculum and Student Learning: Preparing Graduates for the 21st Century”–Free Lecture on Feb 8, 2013

The Education for Global Learning Consortium of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, of which MCTC is a member, is proud to be a co-sponsor supporting this year’s:

The University of Minnesota Global Programs and Strategy Alliance (GPSA) annual Mestenhauser Lecture series on Internationalizing Higher Education

Date:  Friday, February 8

Time: -2-4 p.m. with reception to follow

Place:  3M Auditorium, Carlson Scholl of Management University of MN

This year’s speaker is Professor Betty Leask, University of South Australia, who is a globally recognized scholar and practitioner of internationalizing the curriculum and student learning.  She is a highly sought-after speak in Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States.  In 2010 she was named Australian National Teaching fellow.

This lecture is free for all with an interest in international and global education.

The lecture will also be streamed on line.  For information on how to connect online, contact:

Elizabeth Schwartz  612  625-8829.

Leask will also lead an interactive, hands-on, practical workshop for internationalizing across the curriculum:

Saturday Feb 9 from 12:30 to 3:30 and again on

Monday Feb 11 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

For lots more information and to register now for the lecture and/or workshop, go to: 

 http://global.umn.edu/email/icc_lecture2012.html and follow the links.

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