Internationalizing the Community College Curriculum

The University of Arizona Centers for Latin American Studies (LAS), Middle Eastern Studies (CMES), and Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy (CERCLL) present: 

A Community College Educators’ Workshop: “Internationalizing the Curriculum: The Role of Intercultural Competence”

(in conjunction with the national-level conference put on by CERCLL) 

Full conference: January 23-26, 2020; specific community college educators' strand: January 25 - morning of January 26 

This year CMES and LAS are working in conjunction with CERCLL, helping to establish a community college-focused strand within the Seventh International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence. The biennial conference has a deserved reputation for excellence. For a lot more information, on the conference, CLICK HERE
The entire conference is well worth attending, but sessions on Saturday, January 25 and the workshop on Sunday morning, January 26 are specifically by and for community college educators. 
Funding opportunity: LAS and CMES are providing some scholarships for Arizona and New Mexico community college educators to attend the conference, funding a 1-night (Saturday) hotel stay in the conference venue (Loew's Ventana Canyon Resort) for out-of Tucson educators only and the registration fees for Saturday and the Sunday morning workshop. (This is a $400 value! To learn more about the scholarship application and requirements, CLICK HERE. For the funding cover page, CLICK HERE. The deadline to apply for funding is FRIDAY, NOV. 1.