Event Title

P-55 Intercultural Competencies in Undergraduate Andrews University Students

Presenter Information

Sarai Sumner

Start Date

2-28-2020 2:30 PM

Description

The goal of this research is to measure the level of intercultural competence in undergraduate Andrews University students. The findings of this research will either show the areas in which students have a high level of competence or will reveal the areas in which certain competencies need to be developed. Through these findings, I hope to determine if Andrews University students are equipped with the necessary skills to work and interact with people across multiple cultures of if the university needs to foster a more inviting atmosphere where students are better able to express their cultures and feel accepted.

Acknowledgments

Undergraduate Research Scholar

Mentor: Pedro Navia, International Languages & Global Studies

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Feb 28th, 2:30 PM

P-55 Intercultural Competencies in Undergraduate Andrews University Students

The goal of this research is to measure the level of intercultural competence in undergraduate Andrews University students. The findings of this research will either show the areas in which students have a high level of competence or will reveal the areas in which certain competencies need to be developed. Through these findings, I hope to determine if Andrews University students are equipped with the necessary skills to work and interact with people across multiple cultures of if the university needs to foster a more inviting atmosphere where students are better able to express their cultures and feel accepted.