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  • Internationalization across the Curriculum  

    McCarthy, Mary (2022-03-03)
    In this presentation I explore changemaking through internationalization across the curriculum. I begin by presenting changemaking itself as a global concept, emphasizing the interdependence of our world and the UN Sustainable ...
  • Collaborative Research: The Des Moines Housing Study  

    Talbert, Elizabeth (2022-03-03)
    In collaboration with four community housing partners in the Des Moines area—Homeward, Habitat for Humanity, Anawim, and Home, Inc.—my course, “The Art of the Interview,” engaged in an iterative, community- and trauma-informed ...
  • Global Virtual Learning Collaboration Lessons Learned  

    Mitchell, Alanah (2022-03-03)
    Today’s educators are tasked to produce students that are able to work in a global business world. Presentation attendees will learn how adding intercultural projects to courses can allow for student learning in relation ...
  • Coordinating and Supporting a Student-Led Storm Water Improvement Project  

    Siegel, Sophia (2022-03-03)
    This project was started by students from Drake Environmental Action League (DEAL) who wanted to improve the water quality of storm water runoff coming from Drake University's campus. Drake faculty and staff and the City ...
  • Writing With: The Drake Community Press  

    Spaulding-Kruse, Carol (2022-03-03)
    For the past decade, the Drake Community Press has partnered with community organizations to tell their stories through collaborations with Drake University faculty and students. We call this model “writing with” because ...

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