The Office of International Programs created the Global Teaching Academy to recognize and celebrate exceptional teaching in an international context.
Please explore this page to see current members and this year’s inaugural class. Members will be inducted into the Phi Beta Delta Honorary Society for International Scholars.
As we live in a real global village, where every part of the world is becoming increasingly interconnected, understanding global issues and their impact on society is more important than ever. Companies like Mercedes, Airbus, Hyundai and Honda have made Alabama their home. As the state’s land-grant university, Auburn University is committed to providing the resources for students to acquire an education that prepares them to be global citizens, for faculty to facilitate international scholarship and collaborate with international peers, and for all personnel to support Alabama’s success by crossing natural and national boundaries to address international issues. This symposium will showcase many of the initiatives taking place on and off campus and will serve as inspiration for students, faculty and staff interested in starting, nurturing and increasing their international awareness and strategies. Attendees will not only hear from experts in the field but will be able to interact and brainstorm with workshop leaders and peers in open discussions. Panels are tailored to offer topic presentations followed by Q/A sessions. Registration is free and open to all. Due to the current pandemic situation, all activities will be virtual. Links to the sessions will be provided upon completion of the registration form. Attendees will also receive goodies and material related to the different sessions selected.
For more information or questions, please contact Jenn Mason, director of international initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org.