UAA students, faculty, staff, and communities will be better
prepared to live and work in ever-changing economies and societies within
diverse, multicultural communities locally, nationally, and internationally.
UAA will be highly regarded for international and
intercultural learning and engagement.
International and Intercultural Learning Outcomes
- Understand one's own culture(s) within an Alaskan, national
and global context.
- Apply knowledge and critical thinking to global and cultural
issues, trends, and systems, and use diverse frames of reference to address
- Communicate and connect with people in other communities to
extend one's own access to information, experiences and understanding.
- Foster additional languages, including Alaska Native
languages, as a component of the UAA experience.
- Develop an informed critical awareness and understanding of
cultural differences, similarities and ambiguities.
- Gain an Alaskan, national and international perspective on
(Approved on March 9, 2012)