Architecture for Global Learning

Relating Research to Global Learning

Date & Time

Thursday, October 18, 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Original Broadcast

Thursday, October 18, 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT


*see Fall Group Prices*; Member: $119; Nonmember: $149; Student/Retiree: $59

Recording Price

$69 (member) $109 (nonmember)

Registration Deadline

Thursday, October 18, 2018

This is the second session in Series III of Architecture for Global Learning and is part of the Fall Group: Global Learning Theory at Work.

Early career researchers contribute solutions to global challenges (i.e. – rising ocean levels, antibiotic resistance, famine, refugee crises, and more). It is critical for students who will become these researchers to hone their research and application skills with the context that global learning can provide.

Explore real-world international research experiences that prepared students and early career researchers for future scholarship on global challenges. Those who design and implement student research programs/projects where a global context and perspective is needed to improve research impact will benefit from this AGL session.

Session objectives:


  • Present compelling, applied examples of student research programs that incorporated global learning into the experience;
  • Outline global learning definitions;
  • Detail how global learning affects research, outcomes, and student-to-scholar trajectories;
  • Discuss connections between the examples and participants’ research programs and where global learning produced high impact research; and
  • Provide handouts for participants to consider when evaluating global learning aspects of their own research.


Presenter biographies coming soon!