Co-Curriculum

Web Resources

Curricular and Co-Curricular Development in the Departments (AAC&U):  Examples of co-curricular development in the work of the eleven institutions that participated in the Liberal Education and Global Citizenship: The Arts of Democracy project. An issue of AAC&U’s Diversity Digest has resources and reports from the best work of these schools. More co-curricular resources will be available soon.

Internationalization in Action: Internationalizing the Co-Curriculum (ACE): The first in a 3-part series on the internationalization of the co-curriculum is now available. This installment focuses on integrating international students.

Internationalizing the Co-Curriculum (NAFSA): Two NAFSA tools can provide you with models of co-curricular internationalization:  A searchable database, “Accessing Best Practices in Internationalization” includes profiles of institutions recognized for internationalization.  Second, the “Intercultural Activity Toolkit” includes strategic information about why to undertake co-curricular activities.


Publications (Free)

Diversity and Democracy, Volume 14, Number 1 (AAC&U): This  issue focuses on educating students for personal and social responsibility in a diverse nation and interdependent world.  Diversity and Democracy is published three times a year.

Publications for Purchase

Events

AAC&U Annual Meeting (AAC&U): This year was AAC&U’s Centennial Annual Meeting—“Liberal Education, Global Flourishing, and the Equity Imperative”—which will examined the multiple meanings of “global flourishing” for individuals and society. Click on Session Materials, under Resources, to find session PowerPoints, handouts, and other useful resources. AAC&U’s Annual Meeting is held each year in January.

Programs & Institutes

The Fulbright Scholar Program (IIE): offers grants specifically directed toward curriculum advising and development. Many Fulbright scholars find, no matter what their academic specializations, that they are asked to consult on curriculum design and administration as part of their grant experience.

Internationalization Collaborative (ACE): The Internationalization Collaborative serves as a learning community that provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share ideas and help each other in furthering their international agendas. Members share information about institutional strategies and outcomes and key issues that need further research and advocacy.

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