Global Engagement

Fostering an appreciation of cultural diversity and global interdependence is a fundamental part of a Dominican student’s education. Your globally engaged faculty in the School of Liberal Arts and Education support cultural awareness, global social responsibility, and global inter-connectivity through study abroad courses in partnership with Dominican’s Global Education Office.

Upcoming LAE Study Abroad Courses  

Global Engagement - Literature, Culture and Language of Spain 2016

Spain: Literature, Culture and Language
In June 2019, Spanish professor Radica Ostojic-Portello and Literature professor Carlos Rodriguez will lead students to the University de San Antonio in Murcia Spain to learn about the language and culture of the area and study literary topics in the Spanish language literary imagination.

Fanjeaux and Paris, France

Bali: Equity and Diversity in Education
In summer 2019, Education professor Rosemarie Michaels will lead students on a trip to explore Bali through the lens of culture and tradition as they examine their own beliefs, biases, and expectations about equity, diversity, and multiculturalism.


 

Check out Dominican's Global Education Office for more information on upcoming trips.


Study Abroad - Featured Student Stories


Past LAE Study Abroad Courses

Spain: Creative Arts at The Finca

Thailand: Explorations in Educational Equity
In summer 2018, Education professor Rosemarie Michaels led students on a trip to explore Thailand through the lens of culture and tradition as they examine their own beliefs, biases, and expectations about equity, diversity, and multiculturalism.

Global Engagement - Spain 2016

Paris: City as Text
In March 2018, History professor Patricia Dougherty and Psychology professor LeeAnn Bartolini led students to Paris to learn about the city's history, culture, people and place. Students will also visit historical sites such as the Louvre and Notre Dame.

Global Engagement - London 2016

India: Tibetan Bönpo Monastery
Tibetan Bönpo Monastery, India
In summer 2016, Religion professor Emily Wu led students to Dolanji, Himachal Pradesh Province, India. Students learned about Tibetan Bönpo culture and religion through service learning and immersion.