Architecture for Global Learning

Global Learning in the Research Environment: Making the Most of Collaboration to Generate Innovation

Date & Time

, March TBD

Original Broadcast

, March TBD


$119 member; $149 nonmember; $59 student

Recording Price

$79 (member) $119 (nonmember)

Registration Deadline

Discover successful practices and models of global learning in international research environments. Practical for those teaching or working in a multi-national research environment with an international team and studying or solving a global issue. Experienced practitioners will discuss how they have thoughtfully structured research environments with global learning in mind, promoted cross-cultural learning of discipline-specific skills, responded to the challenges that arise when working in foreign and technical languages, and increased intercultural awareness in their labs.

Join NAFSA Academic Programs for the fifth session in our six-part Architecture for Global Learning - Series II. Participants are given the opportunity to learn how integrating these best practices into research environments bolsters the mutual benefits of international research collaboration. This is ideal for those wanting to meet the challenges and opportunities that are inherent to collaborative, international research environments (but sometimes obscured by intercultural concerns) and those wanting to learn ways that global learning broadens and builds innovative collaboration in the lab.


Faculty, senior international officers, chief academic officers, researchers and other international educators involved in collaborative, international research environments that require cross-cultural interactions. Participants will learn about best practices for structuring their research environment with global perspectives and intercultural competencies in mind.