GEO Lunch and Learn Series

The Global Education Office is pleased to offer the 2019/20 Lunch and Learn series for VCU faculty. Bring your lunch and come discuss ways to make teaching and research more global. All sessions begin promptly at 12 p.m.

Global Opportunities for VCU Students

VCU offers a wealth of opportunities for VCU students to experience the world both abroad and here within the VCU/Richmond community. This session introduces faculty and advisers to ways in which VCU students can participate in global engagement on campus and in the community; study, internship, and research programs abroad; and funding opportunities to support global student success.

Oct. 8, 2019 | Monroe Park Campus
West Grace North, 830 W. Grace St., Room 1030J

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Oct. 9, 2019 | MCV
School of Pharmacy, 410 N. 12th St., Smith 224

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Global Opportunities for VCU Faculty

Being globally engaged in teaching and research is critical for faculty members. In this session, we will share ideas on global faculty development opportunities, including conducting research abroad, leading study abroad programs and hosting research colleagues from abroad.

Feb. 11, 2020 | Monroe Park Campus
West Grace North, 830 W. Grace St., Room 1030J

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Feb. 12, 2020 | MCV
School of Pharmacy, 410 N. 12th St., Smith 224

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Working with VCU's English Language Learners

Each Fall, almost one-fifth of VCU's entering undergraduates come from a home where English is not the first language. This session introduces faculty and advisers to the needs of English language learners (ELLs); shares how faculty and advisers can help them; and discusses the campus resources that are available.

Nov. 19, 2019 | MCV
School of Pharmacy, 410 N. 12th St., Smith 224

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Nov. 20, 2019 | Monroe Park Campus
Grace Street Center, 912 W. Grace St., Room 3127

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The Intercultural Classroom

VCU's classrooms contain an exciting and challenging diversity of domestic and international learners. This session introduces faculty to the fundamental ideas behind the intercultural classroom and offers resources and techniques for fully engaging all learners in developing both disciplinary and intercultural skills.

March 24, 2020 | MCV
School of Pharmacy, 410 N. 12th St., Smith 224

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March 25, 2020 | Monroe Park Campus
Grace Street Center, 912 W. Grace St., Room 3127

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