Congratulations to our 2015-16 EPIC Fellows for completing their fellowships, and delivering inspiring presentations at the annual symposium. View their projects and download presentation resources below.
The contents of these projects were developed under grant #84.015A from the U.S. Department of Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
Social Reading & Writing
By Benjamin Armerding, Foothill College
Internationalizing Biology Classes
By Tania Beliz, College of San Mateo
Refugees and Identity
By Tess Hansen, Foothill College
Teaching Climate Change: The Ultimate International Issue?
By Scott Lankford, Foothill College
The Internationalization of Sociology Curriculum
By John Stover, College of San Mateo
Integrating the Literary Transnational in Composition Pedagogy
By Sean Negus, Foothill College
Teaching Information Literacy from a Global Perspective
By Stephanie Roach, College of San Mateo
Approaching the International Student Experience in CA Colleges
By Nathan Maertens, Foothill College
Thinking About Diet: A Workbook for Anthropology
By Michele Titus, College of San Mateo