PSYCH 401/457 Collaborative Research on Education

Instructors:  Kevin Miller, School of Education and Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts U-M Ann Arbor Kai Cortina, Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, U-M Ann Arbor Partners: Beijing Normal University Term: Spring 2020

COMP 106 – Culture and Literacy

Instructor: Margaret Willard-Traub, Department of Language, Culture, and Communications, College of Arts, Sciences and Letters, U-M Dearborn Partner: Rima Iskandarani, Communication Skills Program, American University of Beirut, Lebanon Term: Fall 2018, Fall 2019

TEL 410 – Virtual Teaching Practicum TESOL

Instructor: Emily Feuerherm, Linguistics, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences, U-M Flint Partner: Sebastián Concha Vargas, English as a Foreign Language, English Phonetics and Phonology, Teacher Training. UNIMINUTO, Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios, Bogotá, Colombia Term: Fall 2020 Students in the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) programs at both universities…

Global Studio

Instructor: Kelly Murdoch-Kitt, STAMPS School of Art and Design Partners: Sudebi Thakurata Center for Education, Research, Training, and Development, Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Bengaluru, India Sucharita Beniwal Textile Design, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India Denielle Emans Graphic Design, Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar Basma Hamdy Graphic Design, Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar Term:…

Italian Lyric Diction 201/505

Instructor: Timothy Cheek, School of Music, Theatre and Dance Partner: Leonardo DeLisi, Cherubini Conservatory, Florence, Italy Term: Fall 2020 Students in lyric diction voice classes engage with each other synchronously and asynchronous to discuss the cultural and linguistic contexts of the repertoires they are learning as well as their personal reactions and relationship to the…

MIDEAST 418 / RUSSIAN 418 / ISLAM 418 / REES 418: Islam in/and Russia

Students from three universities, Saint Petersburg State University, Kazan Federal University and the University of Michigan joined together to study the complex and ambivalent relationship among Russia’s state officials, Christians, and the Muslims communities inside Russia and along Russia’s borders.