Multicultural Issues in the Curriculum

Friday, October 25, 2013 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
E163 Student Union
Audience: 
Future Students
Current Students
Faculty
Staff
Alumni
The public

Multicultural Issues in the Curriculum Symposium. As a follow-up to the posters exhibited at the Diversity in the Multicultural Millennium Conference, five Wright State faculty will demonstrate how they have incorporated multiculturalism into the classes they teach. Come and see how your colleagues have created models for student success and cultural competence in their respective field. Please join the Division of Multicultural Affairs & Community Engagement for this interesting and informative symposium.

10 am—10:30 am

Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions -Integrated into the International Management and International Business Courses

Melissa L. Gruys, Ph.D., SPHR

Professor and Chair, Department of Management and International Business

10:35 am—11:05 am

A National Model for Engineering Mathematics Education: Uncorking the Bottleneck to URM Student Success

Nathan W. Klingbeil, Ph.D.

Dean and Professor, Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

College of Engineering and Computer Science

11:10 am—11:40 am

Student Development Theory

Carol Logan Patitu, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations

Student Affairs in Higher Education Program

11:45 am—12:15 pm

Service Learning—Beginning Spanish: Diversity in Action

Ksenia Bonch Reeves, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages

12:20 pm—12:50 pm

Transforming Science Education at Wright State University

Kathrin Engisch, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education and Outreach and Associate Professor

College of Science and Mathematics

 

For information, contact
Pat Jones
Assistant to Vice President for Multicultural Affairs & Community Engagement