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Wednesday, 7 March, 2018 - 15:29

Participate in a survey about Global Citizenship in Higher Education.

ANGEL member and contributor Emiliano Bosio (Ph.D. Candidate, University College London) is calling for faculty staff, program directors/chairs, and colleagues-educators working in Higher Education to participate in a survey about global citizenship undergraduate/graduate programs launched across Europe, Japan and the United States. This will contribute to the doctoral study .

Based on a qualitative-comparative research approach, the study (titled “Implementing Principles of Global Citizenship Education into University Curricula”) asks faculties at higher education institutions in Europe, Japan, the U.S.  to explain how they prepare their students to be 'global citizens' and examines examples of universities’ graduate and undergraduate curriculum approaches on global awareness-related subjects to identify how they address Global Citizenship Education (GCE) – particularly the extent to which they encourage both a sense of global outlook, social responsibility and civic engagement. 

If you are interested in participating in this study, for further information or to discuss this research please feel free to contact Emiliano on emiliano.bosio.15@ucl.ac.uk

Participation would involve completing a survey-questionnaire, which could take about 20-25 minutes, possibly followed by an interview (Skype or face-to-face). Please note that your involvement in both the survey and interview will be anonymous and voluntary, and results will not include your name.

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