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Intercultural Learning & Assessment

Students, staff and faculty interact daily with people who are culturally different. The ability to effectively communicate across cultures makes it easier to understand and to be understood. Becoming a skilled intercultural communicator can improve personal and professional experiences.  International Learning & Assessment provides resources to increase intercultural communication competency and confidence, including workshops and consultations for offices, organizations, units and schools across campus.

Cultural differences can lead to complicated situations with international employees. Here are some tips that may help resolve those differences and help with sensitive conversations.

Pronouncing international students' names can be challenging. This video demonstrates a conversation that might help you. 

 

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Videos of previous summer workshops on international topics

Tips on adding intercultural competency to your course

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Building Intercultural Skills workshop series spring 2020,  Click Here to register 

Building Intercultural Skills Team

Margaret Coffey, director, International Short Programs, mcoffey@ku.edu

Dr. Rachel Sherman Johnson, director, internationalization & partnerships, KU International Affairs, rachelsj@ku.edu

Angela Perryman, director, Study Abroad & Global Engagement, aperryman@ku.edu

Dr. Joe Potts, assistant vice provost, KU International Affairs, jpotts@ku.edu

 

 


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