The 21st century, also called the international century by some, allows us to further consider our global citizenship, and the possibilities that exist. How fully we embrace that citizenship depends on how well we examine the world beyond our borders, and the cultures that thrive within it.
The Fulton School of Liberal Arts has historically considered itself a truly globalized school, via its many course offerings on campus and our vast study abroad programs for both students and faculty. As a result, we continue to strongly encourage, support and facilitate students and faculty to take full advantage of any, and all, international opportunities.
The link above under Opportunities introduces the many programs offered via the Fulton School. Faculty with questions about these program can study the Center for International Educationwebsite or contact Dr. Darrell Newton, Associate Dean, Fulton School of Liberal Arts, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.677-5060.