From dance performances to sociology and psychology courses, Kenyon and other GLCA institutions have initiated a wide range of global course connections. See below for a full list of past and current connections at our institution.
Professors Balinda Craig-Quijada and Reginald Sanders will be globally connecting their course with Professor of Dance Ana Sanchez Colberg of the American College of Greece.
Associate Professor of Economics Galin An will be globally connected her course with the University of Cairo.
In 2013, Associate Professor of Sociology Jennifer Johnson globally connected her Society in Comparative Perspectives course with Doris Jones, a senior instructor of rhetoric and composition, who taught a Crossing Borders: Global Citizenship course at the American University in Cairo.
In 2015, Professor of Dance Julie Brodie globally connected her Modern Dance and Choreography Course with Ana Sanchez Colberg, a dance professor at the American College in Greece. Additionally, the Department of Dance, Drama and Film has worked with the American College of Greece on a Kenyon and ACG: Global Dance project.
In the Fall of 2017, Associate Professor of Psychology Irene Lopez globally connected her Cross Cultural Psychology course with Assistant Professor Wedjan Felmban of Effat University (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia). A write up of their experiences in connecting this course can be found here: Kenyon Effat University Global Course Connection.