Many students at the University of Washington hope to pursue one or more global experiences during their undergraduate career.
This course provides first year students with an opportunity to reflect and prepare for global engagement opportunities (study abroad, internships, research, etc.).
Students will have an opportunity to engage with faculty, alumni, and current students as they reflect on their curiosities and begin to explore and plan ways to build a global husky experience. This class is co-taught by Kyla Mayer, Associate Director in UAA Advising, and Stephen Meyers, Associate Professor in JSIS and LSJ, and Director of the Center for Global Studies.
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- JSIS 478 D, SLN: 15892
- Thursday, 2:30pm-3:20pm
- 1 credits, CR/NC
- Why global engagement matters
- Global engagement opportunities (study abroad, research, internships, etc.)
- Funding for global experiences
- Global engagement on campus
- Post graduate global opportunities
Develop a deeper understanding of global engagement and why it is important
Reflect on the purpose of high impact engagement and begin to map future involvement
Examine goals, values, influences, and interests
Develop strategies for major/career exploration