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Making Sense Of Global Awareness On American College Campuses: Women’S History In The African Tradition, Nwando Achebe 2019 Michigan State University

Making Sense Of Global Awareness On American College Campuses: Women’S History In The African Tradition, Nwando Achebe

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

I feel deeply honored and privileged to have been asked to deliver the Keynote Address for this 2019 College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Chair in Humanities Symposium—Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus. I wish to thank Professor Julius Amin, the Alumni Chair in Humanities for inviting me, and Heidi Hass for making all the arrangements.

As I contemplate the challenge before me, I have decided to approach it from a very personal space: to speak to, with the aim of making sense of, my journey into awareness, African awareness—an awareness that materialized out of my ...


Chapter 8: Africa’S Gifts To The World, Julius A. Amin 2019 University of Dayton

Chapter 8: Africa’S Gifts To The World, Julius A. Amin

Myth and Reality: Reflections on Our Travels through West Africa

A reflection on the 2018-19 Global Education Seminars in West Africa.


Global Voices On Campus: Why The Symposium Matters, David J. Fine, Monica Harris, Miranda Cady Hallett, Fahmi Abboushi 2019 University of Dayton

Global Voices On Campus: Why The Symposium Matters, David J. Fine, Monica Harris, Miranda Cady Hallett, Fahmi Abboushi

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

No abstract provided.


Chapter 9: Looking Ahead, Julius A. Amin 2019 University of Dayton

Chapter 9: Looking Ahead, Julius A. Amin

Myth and Reality: Reflections on Our Travels through West Africa

A reflection on the 2018-19 Global Education Seminars in West Africa.


Creating Global Citizens Through Returnee Programming, Kristen Foos 2019 SIT Graduate Institute/SIT Study Abroad

Creating Global Citizens Through Returnee Programming, Kristen Foos

Capstone Collection

The purpose of study abroad is to facilitate students’ journey to global citizenship and a large part in doing this is having effective returnee programming. This research focused on what type of program models best facilitate this goal and are of interest to students at Washington State University (WSU). To answer this question, 12 WSU peer advisors, 4 global learning advisors at WSU, and 5 global learning advisors at other institutions were all interviewed. Along with that, a survey was sent out to all WSU student who had studied abroad within the past year. The results demonstrated that when WSU ...


Student Voices: Prospects And Challenges Of Global Consciousness, Maya Smith-Custer 2019 University of Dayton

Student Voices: Prospects And Challenges Of Global Consciousness, Maya Smith-Custer

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

In this session, student leaders discussed global engagement and consciousness and how they have promoted it within UD campus organizations and the larger community. They concluded by making specific recommendations on what needs to be done to enhance global consciousness on campus and the larger Dayton community.


Additional Photographs, University of Dayton 2019 University of Dayton

Additional Photographs, University Of Dayton

Myth and Reality: Reflections on Our Travels through West Africa

No abstract provided.


Alumni Voices: Celebrating Global Engagement, Justin Forzano, Kwyn Townsend Riley, Matt Joseph, Christine Vehar Jutte 2019 Cameroon Football Development Program

Alumni Voices: Celebrating Global Engagement, Justin Forzano, Kwyn Townsend Riley, Matt Joseph, Christine Vehar Jutte

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

This session brought together UD alumni who had a wide array of global experiences while here on campus as students; they spoke on how those experiences impacted their lives and careers.


Does Lexical Frequency Affect Rater Judgement Of Essays? An Experimental Design Using Quantitative And Qualitative Data, Mohammad Muneer Ul-Huda 2019 The University of Western Ontario

Does Lexical Frequency Affect Rater Judgement Of Essays? An Experimental Design Using Quantitative And Qualitative Data, Mohammad Muneer Ul-Huda

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Many correlational studies show a positive relation between written assessments of language and use of more diverse vocabulary (Lexical Diversity) and more infrequent words (Lexical Frequency). However, there have been no experimental studies that have isolated the effects of Lexical Frequency from Lexical Diversity. In the present study, 14 raters judged two versions of the same essay that differed only in Lexical Frequency. A Paired T-test showed no difference in mean scores between essays (t(13) = .396, p = .70) when the Lexical Frequency of 23.5% of Content Words were changed in a 347 word essay. Comments explaining scores given ...


Community Voices And The Impact Of Global Awareness, Arch Grieve, Eugenie Kirenga, Martha-Jeanette Rodriguez, Welcome Dayton, Cyril Ibe, S. Michael Murphy 2019 Dayton Council on World Affairs

Community Voices And The Impact Of Global Awareness, Arch Grieve, Eugenie Kirenga, Martha-Jeanette Rodriguez, Welcome Dayton, Cyril Ibe, S. Michael Murphy

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

In this session, distinguished members of the larger Dayton community spoke about how they have promoted global engagement in the area and made suggestions on what additional steps need to take place to turn Dayton into a genuinely global city/community.


Deaf Characters In Young Adult Literature, Kimberly Gangwish 2019 University of Nebraska at Omaha

Deaf Characters In Young Adult Literature, Kimberly Gangwish

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

The multicultural literature movement has its roots in civil rights and the desire to give voice and representation to marginalized cultures. Literature is a societal artifact that can inform and influence the development of cultural identity. Deaf culture is a unique culture that is underrepresented in young adult literature. This underrepresentation places more importance on accurate representations of Deaf culture since young adult fiction may be the only exposure to Deaf culture that both hearing and deaf teenagers may have. Accurate representation in literature is necessary for deaf to see themselves in what they read and for hearing to better ...


Conclusion: The Forward March Of Global Consciousness, Julius A. Amin 2019 University of Dayton

Conclusion: The Forward March Of Global Consciousness, Julius A. Amin

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

The 2019 Global Voices Symposium lived up to its hype. It was educational, informative, and enriching. It attracted onto the University of Dayton campus people from out of the state of Ohio and the larger Dayton community. Speakers were passionate about their topics and captivated the audience. All were engaged.

The Global Voices Symposium is built on the excitement that global awareness brings on college campuses and the larger community. Following this year’s symposium, people began asking what we have in store for next year—and that was revealing. The Global Voices Symposium is rapidly becoming a part of ...


Infertility In Muslim Refugees: A Review Of The Literature, Simone N. Reaves, Fern R. Hauck 2019 University of Virginia

Infertility In Muslim Refugees: A Review Of The Literature, Simone N. Reaves, Fern R. Hauck

Journal of Refugee & Global Health

Many couples worldwide are affected by infertility, which is defined as an inability to conceive after at least one year of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Many Muslim and Middle Eastern societies place a high societal value on having children and therefore, couples who are unable to conceive for various reasons often find themselves feeling stigmatized and socially isolated. Muslim refugees living in the United States face additional challenges and barriers to care due to their refugee status. This review is a synthesis of existing literature that 1) identifies Islamic viewpoints on infertility and assistive reproductive technology (ART), 2) explores the ...


Health-Seeking Behavioral Patterns Among Refugee Groups – A Case-Study In South-Central Kentucky, Chika Ejike, Grace Lartey, Randy Capps, David Ciochetty 2019 Western Kentucky University

Health-Seeking Behavioral Patterns Among Refugee Groups – A Case-Study In South-Central Kentucky, Chika Ejike, Grace Lartey, Randy Capps, David Ciochetty

Journal of Refugee & Global Health

Each year, thousands of people get displaced from their homes due to genocide, famine, civil wars and other crises in their countries. The United States has traditionally been receptive to resettling refugees. These refugees view resettlement as an opportunity to obtain proper health care. Due to the diverse cultural identities of refugee populations, it is essential to research complex culturally dependent healthcare utilization patterns. A purposeful sample of four refugees from the Burmese, Congolese and Iraqi refugee communities in south-central Kentucky- completed interviews. They shared experiences and insights from their cultural points of view. Results showed demographic factors directly impacted ...


Prominence In Singapore And American English: Evidence From Reading Aloud, John M. Levis 2019 Iowa State University

Prominence In Singapore And American English: Evidence From Reading Aloud, John M. Levis

John Levis

English has spread far beyond the boundaries of the traditional L1 varieties (eg British, American, Australian English). Not only is English a leading foreign language throughout the world, it is also a central language for many multilingual communities throughout the world. The speakers of these new Englishes are not yet fully seen as ‘native speakers’ by many speakers from the traditional L1 varieties but cannot be called ‘non‐native speakers’ in any meaningful sense of the word. Kachru (1990) calls these new varieties ‘outer circle’ Englishes, a contrast to the ‘inner circle’ native speaker varieties and the ‘expanding circle’ foreign ...


More Photographs From The Symposium, Noland Lester, Julie Noeth 2019 University of Dayton

More Photographs From The Symposium, Noland Lester, Julie Noeth

Proceedings: 2019 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

No abstract provided.


Relationship Between Empathy And Language Proficiency In Adult Language Learners, Mika Sakai 2019 Portland State University

Relationship Between Empathy And Language Proficiency In Adult Language Learners, Mika Sakai

Dissertations and Theses

This study reviews concepts and the mechanism of empathy, and the relationship between empathy and language proficiency, focusing on the aspect of cognitive empathy. It also discusses whether empathy levels could be developed by learning language to a highly proficient level. I compared the empathy levels between high and low proficiency second-language learners to determine if there was correlation between empathy and other factors such as gender, studying abroad, education background, and usage of a second language. I found that there was no relationship between empathy level and language proficiency level; however, there was one between empathy and gender. For ...


An Analysis Of The Discourse Of Advanced Low And Advanced Mid Speakers Of Spanish When Talking About The Past, Enrique Torner 2019 Minnesota State University, Mankato

An Analysis Of The Discourse Of Advanced Low And Advanced Mid Speakers Of Spanish When Talking About The Past, Enrique Torner

Enrique Torner, Ph.D.

The main goals of this study are: 1) to elaborate and draw comparisons between the discourse features of speakers at each sub-level, and between heritage and non-heritage speakers; 2) to compare the resulting conclusions with the level description of the Guidelines; 3) to contribute to the process of either validating or offering suggestions for the improvement of the descriptors included that pertain to the act of narrating and describing the past, which is so fundamental to proficiency at these two levels; and 4) to provide some extra insight into the process of learning how to talk about the past.


Mimicry: A Short Play, Diana M. Pho 2019 Independent Scholar

Mimicry: A Short Play, Diana M. Pho

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

This short play is inspired by the author’s lived experience as a queer Vietnamese-American woman in academia and in US society. This theatrical piece, centered around two young women meeting for the first time after several years, reflects upon the mutable divergence of shared memory, while also exploring intersectional feminist theory and the Vietnamese-American community. This is also a critique of US-based stereotypes about young Asian-American women, and how social prejudices and microaggressions can result in internalized anti-Asian misogyny. Like the range of identities and life experiences that characters Laurel and Mattie have, the Asian diasporic experience in the ...


From Creative Writing To A Self’S Liberation: A Monologue Of A Struggling Writer, Ethan Trinh 2019 Georgia State University

From Creative Writing To A Self’S Liberation: A Monologue Of A Struggling Writer, Ethan Trinh

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

The pressure of being alone in a new country and of surviving in a competitive academia has scared me to death. I cannot find any better way to heal me other than writing. Writing helps me make sense of the worlds and come closer to my true self. This piece is journeying from my own struggles of a Vietnamese, queer, immigrant teacher to accept who I am as a writer. In addition, writing this piece helps me get closer to decademizing academic writing in higher education.


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