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2013 Global Learning Symposium: Program Overview

2013 Global Learning Symposium Program
The program details the various topics which will be presented.  If you have any questions about the Symposium, please contact AEC Executive Director Paul Simpson.

2012 Global Learning Symposium

Please view the 2012 Global Learning Symposium Program for information about what the Global Learning Symposium has done in the past.

AEC Workshop Series: Polishing your Research Presentation

This past February, several of our excellent faculty mentors met with Dominican students in workshops to share their expertise on presenting research in several different formats. 

Whether you were unable to attend and would like to know more, or attended the sessions and would like to review information Professors Dunn, Kerr, Bevier, and Calabrese discussed, they have agreed to make the materials below avialable on our website.  Please consider consulting them as you prepare your own research presentations.

  Using Powerpoint to Support an Effective Presentation by Professor Jennifer Dunn  -  View presentation materials.


A Crash Course in Design for Poster Presentations by Professors Bill Kerr and Jean Bevier  -  View presentation materials.

   
Tips on Participating in a Panel Discussion by Professor Ric Calabrese  -  View presentation materials.
Tips on Making an Oral Presentation Part I  and Part II by Professor Ric Calabrese  -  View presentation materials.


If you have any questions about the workshops, please contact Paul Simpson (pvsimpson@dom.edu).

Staff of Global and Civic Engagement

Sue Ponremy
Director, International Studies and Study Abroad
sponremy@dom.edu
(708)524-6965

Mission

The mission of Global and Civic Engagement is to prepare students for lives of vigorous citizenship, informed exchange and just action with others both close to home and across cultural and national boundaries. The office seeks to empower students’ participation in “the creation of a more just and humane world,” by offering them opportunities for cultural engagement, public deliberation, civil debate and civic activity that make informed, even inspired, action for a just and humane world possible.

New and Developing Initiatives

Over the next few years, Global and Civic Engagement will expand its services to further welcome international students, increase domestic students’ opportunities for foreign study fellowships and provide all Dominican students with forums for cross-cultural exchanges, cultural expression, political advocacy and rigorous discussion of local, national and global matters of public concern. We invite everyone in the Dominican community to help us make the Global and Civic Engagement office a home for vital dialogue and public learning.