Education Abroad (EA)

Poster Session

Assessing Global Citizenship: 45 Years of Harlaxton

Wednesday, October 19
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Room: Ballroom A/B

During the past 45 years the idea of Global Citizenship has changed greatly.  While the first class at Harlaxton felt like Global Citizens, the 45th class demands that we operationalize the term and measure it.  This presentation demonstrates how we have faced these challenges and seen significant results in our drive to create Global Citizens.

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Holly Carter

University of Evansville
Harlaxton College

Dr. Holly Carter is the Director of Harlaxton College Programs. and Director of International Education for the University of Evansville and Harlaton College. Holly has many years of experience developing and expanding international programs: as a US-based director, on-site program director, faculty member, and student abroad. Holly has her Ph.D. in Sociology/Health Services Research with a focus on International Health Care Delivery Systems and often teaches Medical Sociology and Global Public Health. Holly is also an active voluneteer for Habitat for Humanity, having led 20 international home builds all over the world.


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