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WS34 - Strategies for Engaging Students Using the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity

Monday, May 30
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Room: CCC, 401

Member Fee: $355.00 | Non-member Fee: $482.00

International offices know the rationales, data, and rhetoric for programming and curriculum on racial and cultural differences. Many campuses use the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS) in their work to address this. Participants receive unpublished activities and techniques to successfully deliver DMIS without lecturing.

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Janet M. Bennett

Executive Director
Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI)
Portland, OR

Janet Bennett, Ph.D., is executive director of the Intercultural Communication Institute, sponsor of the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication, and director of the Master of Arts Degree in Intercultural Relations. She specializes in developing theory and training methods for individuals who teach, train or manage across cultures. As an educator and consultant, she designs and conducts intercultural training for colleges and universities, corporations, social service agencies, and international education associations. She teaches in the training and development program at Portland State University, University of the Danube, and Aoyama Gakuin University. She publishes on intercultural training and adjustment. She is the editor of the recently published Sage Encyclopedia on Intercultural Competence.


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