Identity and Culture Resources
Education Abroad Identity and Culture Resources
The Center for Global Education and Engagement (CGEE) provides life-changing, eye-opening, and confidence building experiences for faculty, staff and students. We further focus on empowering educators and connecting diverse students to resources and opportunity. When abroad, faculty and students will face new cultural context that includes different historical and cultural understandings of diversity and inclusion. These issues can include race/ethnicity, religion, disability and gender identity. Foreign laws, facilities, and social practices are often different than the U.S., leaving travelers to feel concerned and hesitant to travel. However, with planning and understanding, there is a study abroad program to make all travelers feel prepared.
- Ability Impairments Travelers
- African American Travelers
- Asian American/ Pacific Islander
- DREAM-Act eligible (DACA) Travelers
- Educational Opportunity Program Travelers
- First Generation Travelers
- Hispanic/Latin American
- LGBTQ Travelers
- Native American Travelers
- Religious and non-religious Travelers
- Veteran Travelers
The Center for Global Education and Engagement is a committed partner of Diversity Abroad.