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RIT Global

April 5 - 7, 2022 
Recording of the panel discussions below

Today's interconnected and rapidly evolving world provides new and exciting opportunities for global collaboration - as well as a need to be creative, innovative, and break down barriers in support of connectivity. Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is  one of the world’s most innovative, agile, diverse and globally-minded universities. RIT is proud of the more than 5,000 international students studying at our campuses in Rochester, China, Croatia, Dubai, and Kosovo. We celebrate the growing number of students and faculty engaged in study abroad, international fellowships, and globally connected research. Though the pandemic has certainly disrupted our goals and plans for international education, it has not stopped RIT from engaging with other cultures and continuing our work on solving some of the world's biggest challenges.


Session Details
Panel 1: Models for Faculty Mobility 
General Topic: Experiences of faculty who have traveled to our global campuses or international partners for purposes of teaching, collaborative research, or leading a student study abroad program with a particular focus on faculty who have been awarded prestigious fellowships to support their global experience such as Fulbright, as well as considerations for planning an international experience during sabbatical.
Tuesday, April 5, 2022 - Recording of panel below

Panel 2: Best Practices in Global Collaborative Research & Scholarship 
General Topic: Successes and lessons learned from research and scholarly collaborations across global campuses and international partners? 
Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - Recording of panel below

Panel 3: International Collaboration in the Classroom 
General Topic: Assignments, Tools, Resources, and Strategies for connecting students through teaching and classroom collaboration, shared experiences, and other high-value teaching practices. 
Thursday, April 7, 2022 - Recording of panel below