By the numbers: The award-winning Discovering Global Citizenship internationalization program covered a lot of ground in its first four-and-a-half years.
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TCU Abroad: This program offers opportunities for students to learn outside the U.S., from England to China.
Global Innovators: Once a semester, TCU selects an expert from a specific area of the globe to develop a project in partnership with a TCU faculty member.
Local Global Leaders: TCU partners with people living in the Dallas-Fort Worth area who can give students firsthand insight into global problems.
Virtual Voyage: Using video-streaming services in real time, students converse with people all over the world.
Visiting Scholars: Experts who work in the developing world visit campus to give students boots-on-the-ground perspectives on addressing global problems.
TCU Global Academy: Students take courses to prepare for doing fieldwork in adeveloping country.
Sources: James English ’13 MS, Chris Hightower ’94 (EdD ’16) and Ed McNertney of TCU Discovering Global Citizenship
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