Welcome to the Office of Global Engagement
Welcome to Stockton University's Office of Global Engagement!
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Free Professional Development Workshops for Study Abroad Alumni
Stockton University Office of Global Engagement is working with education abroad offices at other NJ institutions to present a series of professional development workshops for our study abroad alumni:
Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience(s)
Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 1-2pm
Join other study abroad alum from all over New Jersey to learn valuable ways and resources to “unpack” your study abroad experience.
This session will be focused on supporting students who studied abroad during the COVID pandemic.
Our three panelists will prompt you with questions and provide you with helpful resources to guide you to better understand how the experience shaped you and will continue to shape your future opportunities.
- Dr. Mark Forest, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs, The College of New Jersey
- Dr. Andrew Lee, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, Monmouth University
- Dr. Shan Reeves, Community Based Counselor, Rutgers University
Fully-Funded Scholarship Program - Nobel Week Dialogue (virtual course + a week in Sweden + Nobel Prize Museum)
This fully-funded scholarship program consisting of a project-based course and an international field experience with attendance at the 2021 Nobel Week Dialogue is open to all undergraduate and master’s students. The program focuses on fostering intercultural communications, developing global leadership strategies, and pursuing ideas that confront equity and justice concerns of communities around the world.
Selected students, based on nominations from faculty or administrators, will participate in:
- A project-based, design-thinking online course
- A week-long field study in Sweden
- An immersive experience at the 2021 Nobel Week Dialogue where students will hear from a unique constellation of Nobel Laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers, thought leaders, and Nobel Prize Museum, EF, and Forum leadership to discuss the most pressing global issues that concern us all.
Students will also have the opportunity to have their final projects displayed at
the Nobel Prize Museum at the completion of the course.
Application due on May 5, 2021. Program will commence in Fall 2021 via online course, followed by international travel
in December 2021. The program is funded by EF and the Forum on Education Abroad. Funding
includes access to the course and materials, airfare to/from Sweden, accommodations,
ground transportation, and all costs associated with program-related activities. Students
are expected to cover any visa-related costs, snacks, and incidentals.
To include voices of diverse global learners and increase the quality of learning for all in the cohort, students from diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Click here to apply for this great opportunity and learn more.