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Cultural Responsiveness and Inclusion: An International Student Perspective

Event Location: 
Niles Gallery, Lucille Little Fine Arts Library
Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - 2:00pm

Event concludes at 3:00

Teaching for student success begins by understanding more fully who our students are. Although faculty, staff and administrators strive to create diverse and inclusive instructional environments, many students still find it challenging to engage socially and academically in a different cultural setting. In partnership with the International Center, CELT is hosting this panel as the first in a series of conversations that aims to better address the needs of international students on UK’s campus. Join us for a conversation with undergraduate and graduate student speakers as they share their perspectives on classroom climate and how culturally responsive instructional practices can have a positive effect on academic achievement.

Click here to register. For questions or to receive more information, please contact Nicole Martin ( or Seth Hall (