Carine Ullom
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Virtual Study Abroad: Leveraging Technology to Foster Cross-Cultural Competence Among U.S. and Macedonian University Students

Your Name and Title: Carine Ullom, Director Office of Academic Technology Ottawa University Ottawa, Kansas School or Organization Names: Ottawa University (Kansas)University of Saints Cyril &…Continue

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Started Nov 3, 2013


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Director, Office of Academic Technology
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Ottawa University
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About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
The GEC appeals to me because I've been in higher ed throughout my career but have not had many opportunities to feed my passion of global education, cultural competency, travel, and international understanding.
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tech director, administrator, college or university staff, parent
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College and university
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Designed a joint online course with students at Sts. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia and students at Ottawa University, in Ottawa, KS
Languages Spoken:
English, German
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TED Talks
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Carine Ullom's Blog

Global Ed Conference 2014 - A vew from Kansas

Once again, GEC offered more fascinating sessions than I had the time to absorb!  I was lucky that bot the opening Welcome and the Closing Wrap-Up were held at a time that worked well for me such that I felt that I was present for "the whole thing". 

It would be difficult to pick a favorite session but high on my list would be the opening keynote by Christie Vilsack on "Developing Partnerships".  I found it exciting and inspirational to learn of the many ways that US AID is engaged…


Posted on December 1, 2014 at 5:46pm

Intercultural Personhood Theory as a Framework for Global Competence

This session was fascinating to me!  This was the only one I managed to catch most of "live" but I was so interested in what I heard/saw that I went back and watched the recording!  And, what's more, I connected with the presenter and found about her Ph.D. program.  I'm looking for an online Ph.D. program in Global Competence.  I want to study frameworks for GC development among U.S. undergraduate students - especially those in fully online programs.  But, I'm having no luck finding a…


Posted on December 1, 2013 at 9:00pm

Thank you, Lucy and Steve

Wow, what an amazing event this is/was!  I'm in awe of the two of you and the amount of work this must have taken.  And to record ALL of it so that we can catch the presentations we missed, well done!  I'm hoping to find time to review all of the sessions that had to do with real-time collaboration among students of different countries/cultures.  Although this one isn't on that topic, Albania shares a border with Macedonia (and it's not always an amicable relationship) and I've lived in…


Posted on November 30, 2013 at 9:00pm

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