Friday, September 24

12:00-12:45 Registration / Check-In
1:00 Welcome, Muriel Poston, Skidmore Dean of the Faculty

1:15-1:30 Program overview, Cindy Evans (Skidmore)
Overview of CLAC, Diana Davies, CLAC Consortium Chair (Princeton)

1:30-3:00 ACE Panel: “Bringing the World into the Classroom.”

Featuring recipients of the ACE Award to Recognize Innovative Use of Technology to Promote Internationalization

Michael Grant
University of Colorado at Boulder

Lucio Soibelman
Carnegie Mellon University

Ruta Shah-Gordon
Wagner College

Jon Rubin
The Center for Collaborative
Online International Learning (COIL) at The SUNY Global Center

3:15-4:15 Innovative Approaches to CLAC
“Lessons Learned: CLAC at Drake,” Marc Cadd (Drake University)
“CLAC and LCTLs Online: Networking Learners Across the World,” Jan Marston (Drake University)

4:15-5:30 Evolving CLAC Models
“Developing strategies for the LAC classroom,”  Mao Chen, Cindy Evans, Charlene Grant, Shirley Smith (Skidmore College)

“Why is it so hard to move a CLAC program beyond its initial stages?  A case study and thought on solutions,” Uliana F. Gabara, (University of Richmond)

6:30-7:00 reception


7:30-8:30  Keynote Speaker:  Nina Garrett: “An Ambitious Agenda”

Saturday, September 25
8:30-9:30 Breakfast and roundtable discussion addresses questions and concerns related to CLAC programs

9:45-11:00 Marketing CLAC Programs on Campus
“Implementing Arabic Across the Curriculum at SUNY Potsdam,” Lora Lunt and Céline Philibert (SUNY Potsdam)
“Marketing Language Across the Curriculum:  Lessons Learned from a Liberal Arts Institution,” Javier Morales-Ortiz (Baldwin-Wallace College)

11:00-12:00 p\Partnerships in CLAC
“A Transatlantic Conversation and a Local Collaboration:  Foreign Language Partnerships between the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg, Connecticut College in New London, and the Regional Multicultural Magnet School,” Andrea Lanoux (Connecticut College) and Irina Schemeleva (St. Petersburg Higher School of Economics)

12:15-1:45 Lunch and Keynote Speaker:  Rick Jurasek:”A New (and More Powerful?) Point of Leverage for CLAC”

2:00-3:15 Experiential CLAC
“Law Language Lunches (L3)–The Sum is Greater than its Parts,” Beverly A. Sizemore (UNC-Chapel Hill)
“Developing a Collaborative CLAC Curriculum for Binghamton’s  Global Studies Minor,” Suronda Gonzalez and Pedro Di Pietro, (Binghamton University)

3:30-4:30 wrap up

5:00 CLAC business meeting