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This co-authored collection offers valuable insights about the impact of leading off-campus study on faculty leaders’ teaching, research, service, and overall well-being. Recognizing that faculty leaders are themselves global learners, the book addresses ways that liberal arts colleges can more effectively achieve their strategic goals for students' global learning by intentionally anticipating and supporting the needs of faculty leaders, as they grow and change. Faculty as Global Learners offers key findings and recommendations to stimulate conversations among administrators, faculty, and staff about concrete actions they can explore and steps they can take on their campuses to both support faculty leaders of off-campus programs and advance strategic institutional goals for global learning. This collection includes transferrable pedagogical insights and the perspectives of faculty members who have led off-campus study programs in a variety of disciplines and geographic regions.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page
  2. p. i
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Member Institution Acknowledgments
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  1. Foreword
  2. Milton Reigelman
  3. pp. ix-xv
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  1. Executive Summary: Opportunities and Strategies to (Better) Support Leaders of Off-Campus Programs
  2. Dana Gross, Lisa Jasinski, Joan Gillespie
  3. pp. xvi-18
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  1. Introduction
  2. Joan Gillespie
  3. pp. 19-28
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  1. 1. Faculty as Global Learners
  2. pp. 20-57
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  1. In Other Words
  2. Susan Jaret McKinstry
  3. pp. 58-61
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  1. "Let Me Introduce You to the Chief"
  2. Claudena Skran
  3. pp. 62-65
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  1. Not Teaching Hiroshima
  2. Michael A. Schneider
  3. pp. 66-69
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  1. 2. Synergistic Approaches to Global Learning
  2. Dana Gross
  3. pp. 70-105
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  1. An Educational Riot in Botswana
  2. Stephen Volz
  3. pp. 106-109
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  1. Mental Health Crises and the Faltering Student
  2. Nancy K. Barry
  3. pp. 110-113
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  1. A Midnight Hike
  2. Emily Margaretten
  3. pp. 114-117
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  1. 3. The World Is My Classroom
  2. Lisa Jasinski
  3. pp. 118-161
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  1. Welcoming the Surprising
  2. L. DeAne Lagerquist
  3. pp. 162-165
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  1. Reading Literature Aloud in Its Home Place
  2. Christine S. Cozzens
  3. pp. 166-169
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  1. Building Partnerships in Mwandi, Zambia
  2. Verna Case
  3. pp. 170-173
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  1. Dealing with Strongly Varying Student Research Backgrounds in Study Abroad
  2. James J. Ebersole
  3. pp. 174-177
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  1. 4. Pooling Resources for Off-Campus Study Programs Through Institutional Partnerships
  2. Joan Gillespie
  3. pp. 178-212
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  1. The African Sky Is Best at Sunset
  2. William G. Moseley
  3. pp. 213-216
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  1. Picture This
  2. Kylie Quave, Chuck Lewis
  3. pp. 217-220
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  1. Structured Fun or Downtime?
  2. Brian Caton
  3. pp. 221-224
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  1. Lessons from Auschwitz
  2. Amanda M. Caleb
  3. pp. 226-229
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  1. 5. Strategic Leadership for Off-Campus Study
  2. Lisa Jasinski
  3. pp. 230-268
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  1. Promoting Inclusivity in Academia
  2. Marcy Sacks
  3. pp. 269-273
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  1. The H1N1 Outbreak in China
  2. Shiwei Chen
  3. pp. 274-277
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  1. Florence and Chicago
  2. Linda D. Horwitz
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  1. List of Contributors
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  1. Acknowledgments
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