TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2019
Opening Plenary Lecture by Elaine Meyer-Lee, “The Value and Pedagogy of Global Learning for 21st Century Students”
Elaine Meyer-Lee is associate vice president for global learning and leadership development at Agnes Scott College, working with the SUMMIT program to prepare every student, regardless of major, to lead effectively in a global society through a curriculum and co-curriculum focused on global learning and leadership development. Meyer-Lee has served for the past two years as the president and chair of the board of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, among other leadership positions in higher education. She participated on SST in Haiti in 1984.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019
Convocation — “Global Education for All”
Closing Plenary Address by Ron Krabill “Universal Design, Radical Reciprocity and Global Citizenship”
Ron Krabill is associate professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell (UWB) and affiliate faculty with the Center for Communication, Difference and Equity and the Center for Human Rights at the University of Washington (UW). Krabill is the co-founder of the UWB Global Scholars program, designed to increase access to international education opportunities for first-generation students and students of color. He has also helped develop the Pedagogies of Reciprocity Project. He is a 1990 Goshen College graduate and a 1987 China SST alum.
This is followed by reflection from our listener, Earl Kellogg, and a closing of the conference. Kellogg is professor emeritus and former associate provost for international affairs at University of Illinois, higher education consultant and member of the Mennonite Church USA Executive Board.