Faculty - Workshops

Annual Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute

Designed and Led by Dr. JY Zhou


  1. Develop the “Academic Self” of globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify our current teaching assumptions about global learning
  • Explore new perspectives of thinking about how we teach a globalized course
  1. Assess the development of globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify the Purposes, Programs, Outcomes, Approaches, and Projects in globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify the developments of our globalized courses
  1. Understand the approaches of globalizing the curriculum
  • Learn and practice the 4Cs Collaborative Global Learning Modules
  • Share and expand teaching strategies of global learning
  1. Develop shared resources of globalizing the curriculum
  • Create materials for individual courses in various disciplines, including topics, activities, and assessments
  • Collect useful resources of globalizing the curriculum, including websites and tools


2017 Presentation Slides: 


 2016 Presentation Slides:

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List of Past Participants:

Daniel Moscovici Environmental studies The Nature Island of the Caribbean (upper-level GNM course about the environment, geography, and sustainability of Dominica)
Minna Wu History Traditional Chinese Culture and Society
Levi Fox General Studies Argument and Persuasion in the Arts and Humanities
Jacques Press General Studies Understanding Risk
Betsy Erbaugh Sociology  2 Courses: Introduction to Sociology; Gender and Sexuality
Priti Haria Education  Global Education (Tentative title)
Michael Rodriguez  Political Science Multicultural Issues in Victimization and Victim Services (GIS course as a capstone course)
Lois Spitzer  Education  Theory and Practices of Languages
Amy Situ-Liu Criminal justice   
Guia Calicdan-Apostle Social work Philippine Culture and History
Brian J. Tyrrell Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies GAH3225 Exploring Barbecue Culture
Christina Cavaliere BUSN HTMS HTMS 3129 Destination Management (new course first o
Dedra Williams Education Diversity in Families, Schools, and Communities
Jongbok Yi Philosophy and Religion Program Introduction to Buddhism
Judy Copeland Writing Program, General Studies Creative Nonfiction Workshop
Manish Madan Criminal Justice Issues and Challenges in South Asia
Maritza Jauregui Program in Public Health Global Sustainability
Monika Pawlowska Master of Science in Communication Disorders Language Disorders in School-Aged Children CMDS 5220
Nadia Cayce GENS Argument and Persuasion, W1
Patricia Reid-Merritt Africana Studies/Social Work Africana Studies: An Introductory Perspective
Amee Shah BSHS (HLTH) HLTH 1101: Introduction to Health Science
C. Dedra Williams Education EDUC 1515: Diversity in Families, Schools, and Communities
Naz Onel  School of Business Environment, Society, and Business
Zornitsa Kalibatseva Psychology Culture and Mental Health
Keith William Diener Business, PLAW GSS 3642: The Social Contract
Manish Madan Criminal Justice CRIM: Introduction to Criminal Justice
Maria Castillo LANG-Spanish Spanish for Healthcare
Patricia Chappine Holocaust and genocide studies GSS 2248: Business and Nazi Germany
Phillip A. Hernández Master of Science in Communication Disorders CMDS 6450: Advanced Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Issues in Communication Disorders
Tara Ronda General Studies - Writing GEN 2240: Introduction to Research
Jinghua (Carolyn) Wang School of Business History of Financial Markets
Rona Whitehead Office of Service Learning GENS 2646: Tools for Social Change
Aleksondra Hultquist GENS FRST 2131 Argument and Persuasion in Arts & Humanities (80759)
Jasmin Kim BUSN Business Policy and Strategies (BSNS 4112)
Katie Yang SOBL PSYC 2201 and GAH 3648
Amee Shah HLTH  
Christine Salvatore ARHU & GENS FRST 2131 Argument and Persuasion in the Humanities course
Chenyan Xu BUSN GEN 2176 Mobile Application Use and Programming, CSIS 2210 Systems Analysis and Design, and CSIS 3470 Application Development


Globalization in the Discipline Summer Retreat

Led by Dr. Sonia Gonsalves and Dr. Ramya Vijaya

Four one-day school based global learning faculty development retreats were held at Stockton in May 2016. The retreats were supported by funding received from a 2020 grant to expand the discussion and the integration of global learning pedagogy across the curriculum. Twenty-four faculty members from 4 schools – ARHU, SOBL, GENS and HLTH- participated in the retreats. Additionally, each school retreat also had two facilitators. Two additional school retreats, for BSNS and NAMS, are scheduled in December 2017.

Please click here for the report summarizing the discussions and findings from the four summer retreats. 


Globalizing Your Courses (New Faculty Orientation 2016)

By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development

Please see the slides here


How to Globalize the Curriculum? (October 2016)

By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development

Please see the slides here



How to Assess Globalized Curriculum (November 2016)

By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development

Please see the slides here



Podcast on Internationalizing the Curriculum (2016)

By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)

Please see the interview here



Globalizing the Curriculum (with Voice Over) (2015) 

By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development

Please see the slides here



Internationalization at Stockton (2015)

By Dr. Lois Spitzer & Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development

Please watch the video here