Global Workforce Project
The SUNY Global Workforce Project (GWP) has created a method to internationalize curricula to prepare undergraduates for careers in the global economy. The SUNY Levin Institute has developed an on-line Ten Module Globalization Curriculum, and Globalization101 – a rich on-line depository of globalization teaching materials.
The project was funded by a U.S. Department of Education grant to the Levin Institute, in collaboration with SUNY campuses at Brockport and Cortland. The program began in August 2009 and is now entering a 4th year.
The program three main components:
Please contact GWP Program Manager Rebecca Smolar for details.
RECENT EVENT: May 20, 2013
Bringing the World into the Classroom: New Strategies for Internationalizing Undergraduate Curricula
GWP aims to give students knowledge about international affairs, encourage the development of skills linked with globalization, and stimulate interest in further study, including languages and international experience.
The skill areas assessed through this pilot program:
The GWP builds upon related Levin initiatives, such as the Global Talent Index
Global Workforce Team
The project has over 50 faculty members and administrators at SUNY Brockport, Cortland, and SUNY Levin Institute, including:
Dr. Christopher Price, Campus Coordinator, State University of New York, The College at Brockport
Dr. Carl Davila, Campus Coordinator, State University of New York, The College at Brockport
Dr. William Skipper, Campus Coordinator, State University of New York at Cortland