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The MSU graduate comprehends global and cultural diversity within historical, artistic, and societal contexts. See Internationalizing the Student Experience (ISE) Working Group Report, July 2007, at http://undergrad.msu.edu/programs/ise for a description of global-competency outcomes for undergraduates and a set of recommendations for implementing global-competencies. The following links offer teaching and learning methodologies for achieving these goals.
- Reflects on experiences with diversity to demonstrate knowledge and sensitivity
- Cognitive, Moral, and Emotional Development of Students. See the section Cognitive and Moral Development and Diversity.
- Demonstrates awareness of how diversity emerges within and across cultures
Intercultural Knowledge and Competence VALUE Rubric
Civic Knowledge and Engagement—Local and Global-- VALUE Rubric