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Article: Engaging Science Faculty in Internationalization

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An article in the spring 2012 issue of IIENetworker Magazine discusses the challenges that the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison faced while internationalizing its science curriculum. The three core challenges were: "1) the rigid curricular structure of science education; 2) the conviction that science and, by extension, a science education exist outside of cultural influence; and 3) a general lack of incentive for faculty to engage in international education." The ways that the college was able to overcome these challenges include: "1) advancing the partnerships that science faculty already enjoy with their colleagues in other countries; 2) tailoring study abroad programs to the unique needs of science students; 3) focusing internationalization efforts on the applied (as opposed to the basic sciences); and 4) supporting, rewarding, and recognizing instructors who engage in curriculum internationalization."

To read the full article, please visit: www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/naylor/IIEB0112/index.php#/30

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