Intercultural Development Office
Communication in the Internationalized Classroom - Spring 2014
Today’s teaching assistants and graduate students are guaranteed to work with students, supervisors, or colleagues from other cultures. Therefore, developing intercultural communication competence is a core skill for success. In this 14-hour workshop, graduate students and teaching assistants learn to communicate in an academic environment with individuals from different cultures. By participating in this workshop, you will be able to:
- manage your experience being in another culture and/or working with individuals from another culture more successfully;
- participate more effectively in discussions and meetings with professors, supervisors, and colleagues from other cultures;
- give & receive feedback more effectively; and
- meet friends from across the globe.
LOCATION: To be announced.
updated February 12/14