CEHD International Initiatives is focused on deepening relationships locally and globally. In Fall 2021, CEHD is home to over 300 international students, representing 57 countries. This year we are partnering with TRIO Student Support Services to integrate global perspectives in its programming, working with faculty to highlight the college’s Sustainable Development Goals contribution, and bettering support services for our international students. Globally we are focused on transitioning back to field work programming and collaboration. This means listening and responding to the current needs of our global partners.
We are committed to fostering meaningful relationships that intentionally work to decolonize international engagement.
View the September 2021 speaker session:
Internationalizing Your Domestic Career: International Career Advice
This presentation focused on applying disciplinary training to the needs of organizations and companies that offer contractual short/long term opportunities abroad. Specifically, opportunities that allow you to apply your skills while engaging in intercultural exchanges and experiences with folks from other cultures.
Looking for more? View the full 2020-21 international speaker series.
Instructor: Catherine Solheim
Application deadline: March 1, 2022
Travel dates: May 14 - 29, 2022
This interdisciplinary course uses social justice and human ecological lenses to examine global change that is occurring at the intersections among Thailand’s natural environment, communities, families, and culture. This is a Spring 2022 embedded course that includes additional meetings on campus and a local overnight retreat.
Instructor: Marina Aleixo
Application deadline: April 1, 2022
Travel dates: August 1 - 17, 2022
This program explores South Korean culture, language, and education. Students will gain a deeper understanding of South Korea’s current educational systems, and its demands on students and teachers. Additionally, the course explores Korean history and society in the context of cultural traditions and social interactions. Seminars are led by local faculty and community experts. This is an embedded program that goes abroad in August then meets on-campus for classes for Fall Semester 2022.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an urgent call for action by all countries. In alignment with the University, CEHD launched its own SDGs initiative.
Learn more about the college's the SDG Initiative.
We partner with institutions from across the globe in exchanges, teaching, and research. See some of our program partnerships.
If you're interested in a partnership between your institution and CEHD, contact Marina Alexio at email@example.com.
Our Global Teacher Education Program (GTEP) is a professional development program for educators. This intensive program provides participants the opportunity to learn about innovative teaching strategies and assessments used in U.S. schools, develop further their English language proficiency, and engage in experiential learning through classroom observations and school internships.
Scholars from around the world join our college community each year to further our research and teaching. Read profiles of our 2019-2020 scholars.
Marina B. Aleixo, PhD
International Initiatives and Relations
Marina's work involves developing and negotiating global partnerships on behalf of CEHD with institutions from around the world. Maria also leads the Global Teacher Education Program (GTEP) initiative, a short-term professional development program designed for international educators.
Learn more about Marina Aleixo