President's White Paper Project: Reflecting Inward, Reaching Outward: Building a More Culturally Competent University
Velandia Pardo, Carol
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Other Titles2015-2016 PRESIDENT’S SYMPOSIUM AND WHITE PAPER: CULTURAL COMPETENCE
AbstractThe President’s Fellows, an interprofessional group of University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) students, were tasked with examining the role of cultural competence in education and professional practice within the University. We examined UMB’s environment, curriculum, and policies, and how they work together, with the goal of making recommendations to ensure that cultural competence is a lived value across the campus.
DescriptionThis inaugural President’s Symposium launched at the 2011 Welcome Week Academic Seminar. The President's Symposium and White Paper Project is an interprofessional program that explores issues impacting the UMB community. As a component of the President's Symposium, the President’s Fellows are an interdisciplinary group of students selected to participate in a mentored fellowship while researching, developing, and writing recommendations for the University.
Cultural awareness--Study and teaching (Higher)
Cultural competence--Study and teaching (Higher)
University of Maryland, Baltimore
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