Communicating Across Cultures as Faculty

Tue, 22 Sep 2020

1:00 PM – 2:15 PM

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Co-hosted by the Office of Faculty Development and the Center for International Affairs, this session will cover
-- common causes of miscommunication across cultures
-- strategies for mitigating confusion in cross-cultural scenarios
-- the work of experts in cross-cultural studies
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-- how to apply their findings to our situations.

The Center for International Affairs offers the Global Talk Series as a way to support Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff in the areas of internationalization, international student support, study abroad options and more.



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Elizabeth Miller

Assistant Director of International Student Services

Elizabeth Miller assesses current initiatives and collaborates with students and university/community partners to ensure that international students have a smooth integration to life at CWRU.

Elizabeth is a Cleveland native who graduated from the University of Toledo with a BA in Applied Math and a Minor in Spanish. She completed her MA in East Asian Studies at the University of Virginia. Elizabeth spent 8 years living in different cities throughout China, where she taught English and studied the Chinese language.


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Co-hosted with: Center for International Affairs

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