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Spring 2024
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ASEC 55100 - International Engagement And Development Strategies
Associated Term: Spring 2024
Learning Outcomes: 1. Select the most culturally-appropriate application of disciplinary knowledge and technologies for agriculture, food, natural resources and related sciences in development programs. 2. Deconstruct self biases and intercultural effectiveness and their critical and creative thinking skills for different contexts in appropriate applications of scientific research as creative interventions and evaluation. 3. Differentiate high and low oral and written communication skills, tolerance of cultural ambiguity, and adaptability. 4. Judge the efficacy of applying appropriate theoretical frameworks for engaging stakeholders in projects to create sustainable impact. 5. Determine the relevance of the result of applying principals and applications of ethical decision making and professional development. 6. Reflect on one's progress and abilities to work in multi-disciplinary teams to carryout developing country assessments and conceptualize a viable project proposal under a tight deadline.
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