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Global Thinking, Local Programming: U.S. Cultural Context: Diversity & Inclusion Issue Corps

Continuing the conversation after the Diversity & Inclusion Designathon, Renee Pardello, Assistant Dean of the University of Minnesota Extension, will lead us through a session looking at why we need to be thinking globally, so that we can effectively program locally. 

Specific goals include:

  • Understanding the value of global dynamics and cultural knowledge

  • Examples to better understand the interplay how global realities affect us locally

  • Understanding changing and projected demographics of the US

  • The history and current efforts in internationalizing the Cooperative Extension System to improve work efforts abroad and domestically.
REGISTER for this session: by choosing the Webinar Link.

Although this session has a specific focus the content may be applicable and interesting to others who are welcome to join.

Created by Ashley Griffin

5 Comments

Will the presentation slides and resource links be made available here as well? Thanks.

Thumb_jerry_buchko_351x351 Jerry Buchko

7 months ago

This was a terrific presentation and I highly recommend it.  So many data visualizations--I can't wait to use the resources to enhance my local programming.  Thank you!

Thumb_headshot Kathryn Macomber

7 months ago

Glad you enjoyed it, Kathryn. Renee made that data come to life! It was a good follow up for the data visualization webinar.

Avatar_placeholder LuAnn Phillips

7 months ago

I can not attend but do want to "follow" this
Thanks

Avatar_placeholder Anne Zander

7 months ago

Anne, the recording link should become available on this page later today. 

Avatar_placeholder LuAnn Phillips

7 months ago