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Wrensford, Louise – International Research and Review, 2022
This project focused on integrating an international component into the one-semester biochemistry course, a required course for biology, chemistry, and forensic science majors at the institution. A driving question was how to integrate the international component into the course while showing direct relevance to the course and students' lives.…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Public Health, Biochemistry, Science Curriculum
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Dozier, Andrea – International Research and Review, 2022
Nurses are expected to provide culturally competent care. Many health care organizations support the need for more emphasis on cultural competency in nursing academia. Institutions of higher education have begun encouraging more course internationalization and globalization to help accomplish this goal. The purpose of the current article is to…
Descriptors: Nurses, Nursing, Health Services, Cultural Awareness
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Osakwe, Nneka Nora; DeCuir, Erica; Smithee, Michael B. – International Research and Review, 2022
Internationalizing the curriculum is a 21st Century educational phenomenon, and it can be defined from various perspectives: international, national, institutional, departmental, and individual, from the points of view of faculty members. Whichever perspective one takes, it is a response to globalization, which is the combined impact of all kinds…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Global Education, Higher Education, COVID-19
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Whitehead, Patrick M. – International Research and Review, 2022
The author, a psychology instructor at an American university, describes the internationalization of his course in Human Growth and Development. The author argues that human development cannot be easily summarized by nature (i.e., biological and evolutionary predisposition) or nurture (i.e., learning through environment and experience).…
Descriptors: International Education, College Faculty, Psychology, Course Descriptions
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Owusu-Ansah, Anthony – International Research and Review, 2022
The role of the English language, used around the world for international diplomacy, aviation, health, economics, technology, education, and research, cannot be overstated. In places where English is not the first nor an official language, the task for second language teachers in elementary schools through college to perfect students' language…
Descriptors: Language Role, Language Arts, International Education, English (Second Language)
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Smithee, Michael B. – International Research and Review, 2021
This paper provides an account of the process for the scholarly publications of Phi Beta Delta. In doing so, the author explains the context for the establishment of Phi Beta Delta, the need for scholarly publications, and the bifurcation of the Society's publication activity. Since the founding two scholarly journals were established. The author…
Descriptors: Writing for Publication, Scholarship, Student Organizations, Periodicals
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Berlin, Donna F.; White, Arthur L. – International Research and Review, 2021
Cooperative measures are defined as those endeavors which enable an association of a number of people to operate jointly toward the same end and share in the ensuing benefits. It is assumed that groups of educators and institutions are more effective in solving the complex problems of education than if independent and unilateral actions are taken…
Descriptors: Models, Educational Research, Consortia, Science Education
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Dual, Peter A.; Cheng, Li-Rong Lilly – International Research and Review, 2021
Since 1987, the College of Health and Human Services at San Diego State University has facilitated two-way exchanges of information and service with the Republic of China, a model of a newly industrialized country of the Pacific Rim. The challenges of working creatively to educate the College and University to international opportunities with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Information Dissemination, International Cooperation
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Forouzesh, Mohammed R. – International Research and Review, 2021
A serious question facing the world's leaders today is how responsibility for the new global problems will be shared in the international Community. Continuing population growth, the accumulation of Greenhouse gases, and the clearing of tropical forests are a class of problems whose consequences are cumulative, whose causes are interactive, and…
Descriptors: Knowledge Level, Student Attitudes, Health Education, Global Approach
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Mooney, Megan – International Research and Review, 2021
Today, as many as two million Uighurs (WEE-guhrs)--a predominately Muslim, Turkish ethnic minority group--in China's northwest Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR) have been arbitrarily detained in highly-secretive, government-run mass detention centers. After years of conducting intensive surveillance--which included the collecting of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Muslims, Ethnic Groups, Violence
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Pruitt, William – International Research and Review, 2021
Studying abroad is arguably one of higher education's most effective ways of developing students' global competency and preparing them to enter a global workforce. This study explores the relationship between demographic characteristics, college experiences (personal, social, and academic), and study abroad participation among college students.…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, College Students, Student Characteristics, Student Experience
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Adeyemi, Oluwaseun – International Research and Review, 2021
This study aims to assess the relationship between crash outcomes and the knowledge of mobile phone hazards, attitude towards mobile phone use, and practices of mobile phone use among urban Nigerian drivers. The study used a quantitative cross-sectional analytical design. A total of 377 completed responses were obtained through a self-administered…
Descriptors: Knowledge Level, Attitudes, Handheld Devices, Traffic Safety
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Cowin, Jasmin Bey – International Research and Review, 2020
Virtual and online learning arrived through a "force majeure" (French for "superior force"), the global COVID-19 pandemic. Google Expeditions, Google Arts and Culture and the Merge Cube are classified as simulated learning environments. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) create simulated learning environments with…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Computer Simulation, Multisensory Learning
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Wanger, Stephen P.; Breslin, Michael; Griffiths, Fred; Wu, Tong – International Research and Review, 2020
The study abroad experience at the university level is an increasingly important developmental opportunity. Unfortunately, while campuses within the United States collectively enroll a growing number of international students, the number of American students studying abroad during an undergraduate degree program remains consistently low. This is…
Descriptors: Barriers, Institutional Role, Research Universities, Undergraduate Students
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Kovacs, Laura; Tweneboah, Georgina – International Research and Review, 2020
In the last five years, the number of international students has increased significantly in Hungary, motivating the creation of a clear promotional strategy and involvement of other agents, such as foreign missions. The role of the national coordinating body, namely Tempus Public Foundation (National Agency, TPF), is inevitable in building a…
Descriptors: International Education, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Foreign Students
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