Intercultural Communication and Training Network

This network provides resources for those interested in intercultural learning theory, cross-cultural counseling/advising theory, and intercultural training techniques. Login to Subscribe Network Benefits

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Rhiannon Williams
University of Minnesota

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Recent Discussions

  • WISE 2015 - pre-conference workshops nearly full
  • Opening for Faculty, SIT Graduate Institute
  • Deadline Extended: Review of Global Studies Literature

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Interview with 2014 TLS KC Award Winner

January 20, 2015
Sue Mennicke, 2014 TLS KC Char, conducted an in-depth interview with the recipient of the TLS KC's 2014 Innovative Research in International Education Award. The interview with Sonia Massari, PhD, of the Gustolab Institute in Rome, Italy,  examines important intersections between international education and food studies. ...

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Featured Resources

  • Intercultural Activity Toolkit
    A collection of intercultural activities, intended for administration by post-secondary level faculty and staff, this toolkit provides hands-on resources that can be easily duplicated and utilized by individuals and groups seeking to internationalize the campus.
  • Intercultural Conferences and Other Events
    Listing of conferences, training, and events with an intercultural focus.
  • Theory Connections: Intercultural Communications & Training
    Today, international education is well positioned to reap the benefits of decades of the integration of theory into our practice. The Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Knowledge Community (TLS KC) is dedicated to highlighting this theory-to-practice connection and to challenging International Education professionals to incorporate fundamental theoretical concepts when designing and refining our programs.
  • Bibliography on Intercultural Training, Theory, and Research
    The resources in this annotated bibliography offer a solid foundation on a range of topics in the areas of intercultural training, intercultural communication theory, and recent research in the field.