Past Cross-Cultural and Global Competence Seminars
Global Gateway prides itself on being a very transparent professional training operation. All seminars developed and provided since 2004 are recorded and detailed information on previous seminar titles, affiliated departments, offices, schools, or organizations, dates and locations can be accessed through Past Seminars in the Global Gateway Archive.
Previous cross-cultural and global competence seminars, trainings and outreach services include, but are not limited to, presentations in/for the:
College of Education and Human Sciences
College of Forestry and Conservation
College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences
College of Humanities and Sciences
Davidson Honors College
School of Business Administration
and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UM (MOLLI)
as well as Orientation Seminars offered for new students, starting at UM, through the:
Office of Foreign Student and Scholar Services (FSSS)
English Language Institute (ELI)
American Indian Student Services (AISS)
Office of Student Success
Office of Academic Enrichment
Residence Life Office
During the past decade, seminars and presentations have also been offered for the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps), Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, Professional Development Office, UM's Business Services, UM's Police Department, Office of Study Abroad, Global Partners Program, DiverseU (formerly Day of Dialogue), Global Grizzlies, University Center Leadership Team - Griz Lead, UM Advocates, and UM's Human Resource Services, iTeam (Teach, Empower, Assist & Mentor International Students at UM), Missoula Correctional Services, to name but a few.
Last, but certainly not least, seminars and presentations for and in the Missoula Community, including the Montana World Affairs Council's annual World Quest, as well as several Foreign Film Series for the Council in the Classroom program, for the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program, the Missoula International Friendship Program (MIFP) and the Missoula International Children's Film Festival.