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Community College Internationalization Fellows

Introducing Our Fellows

2020-21 Fellows

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William Drumright, PhD

Associate Professor of History, Monroe Community College

SEAP Fellow Project: US History II Since 1865: The Cold War Framework from the Southeast Asia Perspective


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Christine Evans, MA

Instructor, Spanish, and English as a Second Language, Tompkins Cortland Community College

LASP Fellow Project: El Cine Latinoamericano: In the Spanish Classroom and Beyond


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Alejandro Gonzalez-Suarez, MS

Instructor, Department of Construction and Environmental Technology, Tompkins Cortland Community College

SAP-SAC Fellow Project: Construction Technology in New York and New Delhi, a comparative understanding


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Melissa Johnson, MFA

Associate Professor of Art, Cayuga Community College

LASP Fellow Project: Art Across Borders: an Exchange and Collaboration; Art of Diverse Cultures: Art of Latin America Module Development


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Jonathon Little  

Associate Professor of Geography at Monroe Community College

IAD Fellow Project: Virtual Geospatial Internships Between Monroe Community College and Africa


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Nayda Pares-Kane, PhD

Professor of Sociology, Monroe Community College

LASP Fellow Project: Indigeneity and Environmental Sustainability in Mexico and Costa Rica

 
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Stephen Pierson , PhD

Professor of English, Onondaga Community College

SAP-SAC/SEAP Fellow Project: Internationalizing the Content of English 104: Freshman Composition and Literature II


2019-20 Fellows

Gerardo Tonatiuh Cummings Rendón, PhD

Assistant Professor of Spanish, Onondaga Community College

LASP Fellow Project: Integrating Afro-Hispanic History, Culture & Politics into the course “Latin American Civilization in English”

 

David D. Flaten, PhD

Professor of History and Political Science, Tompkins Cortland Community College

LASP Fellow Project: Undermining Democracy and Bolstering Military Dictatorship: President Nixon’s Undeclared War on Chile (1970-73) and Immediate Ramifications

 

Marisol Galarza-Ruíz, MA

Instructor of Spanish, Monroe Community College

LASP Fellow Project: A Political, Historical, and Cultural View of the 1973 Chilean Coup d'état and Its Influence in the Latin American Music Genre “La Nueva Canción”

 

Angela Palumbo Martin, MA

Instructor/Chair of English as a Second Language, and French, Tompkins Cortland Community College

SEAP Fellow Project: New course development: Intercultural Communication

 

Anndrea Mathers, PhD

Assistant Professor of English, Tompkins Cortland Community College

SEAP Fellow Project: New course development: Intercultural Communication

 

Robert L. Muhlnickel, PhD

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Monroe Community College

SAP Fellow Project: Internationalizing Texts in Philosophy

 

Susan Stafford, MA

Instructor/Chair, Hospitality Programs, Tompkins Cortland Community College

LASP Fellow Project: Hospitality Cultural Learning Exchange (Virtual) with Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) in the Dominican Republic