I am interested in joining this group specifically to exchange ideas with college or university faculty, adminsitrators and staff who work in the humanities fields.I am Director of the Global Humanities Institute, a grant-funded program at Montgomery College, just outside Washington DC. Thanks.RitaSee More
I am very interested in finding out how I can use some of the presentations in my teaching but also in the faculty trainings I organize for those interested in glboal humanities.It would be most helpful if we could create an area called "global humanities" for presenters to post and for discussions in general.Thanks.See More
This is the discussion and email group for conference volunteers. Please join this group if you sign up to volunteer, as we will use it to send important announcements out to all volunteers. A HUGE and special thanks to you volunteers for the conference! Here are some final notes that you will want to keep handy during the conference: Please come into the volunteer and presenter "lounge" room 30 minutes before your sessions begin. The link to the room is …See More
"I am a community college professor and am especially interested in how this model for higher education may be of interest and benefit to colleagues in other nations. Some efforts have already been made to familiarize others with this middle-road…"
May 7, 2012
Rita Kranidis is now a member of The Global Education Conference Network
I teach courses with global focus and also lead a program that is funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Global Humanities Institute at Montgomery College. This program provides professional development for faculty, collegewide events, and travel abroad.
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Global Women's Studies
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I am a community college professor and am especially interested in how this model for higher education may be of interest and benefit to colleagues in other nations. Some efforts have already been made to familiarize others with this middle-road educational option for students who woudl not normally have the opportunity to pursue post-secondary education.