What does it mean to be a global citizen?
Name: Simone Schlichting-Artur (firstname.lastname@example.org; 215-895-2443)
Department: Culture and Communication
Academic Area: Cultural Studies and Modern Languages
Title: What does it mean to be a global citizen?
As stipulated by the university, one of Drexel's learning goals in GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP. There are multiple courses in various discipline which equip Drexel students with the skills and knowledge to understand global economic, political and social interaction. However, there seem to be very few courses which help students understand how these interactions are affected by multiple beliefs, values and behaviors. The intent of the research would be to determine exactly which courses have a focus on intercultural understanding, to develop a survey which would provide information as to how Drexel students define global citizenship, and to determine as to whether further course development is necessary to enhance students' global citizenship competence.
Associated Independent Study:
The research assistant would: / a. collect and present an overview of publications which have presented research on the matter / b. aid in the development, execution and data review of the Drexel student survey
a. student will gain knowledge of lit review / b. student will gain knowledge of quantitative research / c. student will gain an in-depth understanding of global competence issues
a. article / b. development of course
The student will help with the development of research tools and the analysis of the data.
Modern Language Program.
My time is flexible as I am in the office every day in the summer.
April 16, April 17, April 18