Global Certificate Program
Last fall the Provost announced a new Global Initiative
which includes two major objectives: a) to integrate themes
and perspectives from around the world into courses taught on our
New York campuses, and b) to create more opportunities for St.
John’s students to study abroad. As part of this initiative,
the Office of Global Programs and the Center for Teaching and
Learning designed a Certificate Program in Global Education for
faculty. The certificate will be awarded to those who
complete at least three of the four workshops being offered in the
program this semester.
What Does It Mean to Globalize the
Barrett Brenton, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Rosalba DelVecchio, The School of
Linda Sama, The
Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Thursday, February 16, 1:50 to
3:15 p.m., Bent Hall 277B
What Does It Mean to Teach Abroad?
Frank Cantelmo, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Jeff Sherman, Office of Global Studies
Heidi Sung, College of Professional Studies
Monday, March 12, 1:50 to 3:15
p.m., D’Angelo Center 416A
How Can a Course Be Redesigned for
Mitch Casselman, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Harry Denny, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Tara Roeder, Institute for Writing Studies
Monday, March 26, 1:50 to 3:15
p.m., D’Angelo Center 416C
How Can International Research Be
Integrated into Your Career?
Zhe-Sheng Chen, College of Pharmacy and Allied Health
Yvonne Pratt-Johnson, The School of Education
Konrad Tuchscherer, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Monday, April 23, 1:50 to 3:15
p.m., Bent Hall 277B
Lunch will be served at these events.
To register: Contact the CTL at CTL@stjohns.edu or call