Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLS)


When Global Is Local: Global Learning at Broad-Access Institutions

Wednesday, May 31
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM
LACC, Room 503

Presenters share two current case studies of broad access institutions with campus-based global learning programs. Key discussion points include the role of the local community, challenges, implications for curriculum development and rationales, definitions, and outcomes of global learning.

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Dawn Simpson Branham

Doctoral Candidate
Michigan State University

Dawn Simpson Branham is a doctoral candidate in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education at Michigan State University. Dawn has worked in higher education for over 15 years in a variety of roles including teaching, advising, and managing study abroad and international exchange programs. Dawn's research focuses on the intersection of teaching & learning and international higher education, with an emphasis on issues of class and broad access institutions. Dawn is currently writing her dissertation on the topic of global learning at community colleges.


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Graham McKeague

Associate Dean
Cornerstone University

Graham McKeague, PhD, is the Associate Dean for Human Services at Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, MI). His work includes curriculum development, assessment, and working with faculty to integrate global learning across multiple degree programs. He recently completed his doctoral studies in higher, adult, and lifelong learning at Michigan State University. His dissertation focused on the faculty understanding of global citizenship and the ways that this understanding influenced their work.


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