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Cross-Cultural Communication and Ethics: U.S. and Chinese Perspectives in Theory and Practice

A symposium on “Cross-Cultural Communication and Ethics: U.S. and Chinese Perspectives in Theory and Practice,” will be held on Oct 3, 2015 from 9 am to 6:30 pm in the Garey Hall Café.  Keynote Speaker, Dr. Stella Ting-Toomey, Professor, Human Communication Studies, California State University, will present, “Developing Intercultural Communication Competence: Ethical Issues to Ponder” at 5:00 pm in the Garey Hall Café . The symposium will examine cross-cultural communication and ethical issues in global context from the vantage of ten different panelists. This event is sponsored by the Cross-Cultural Education and Communication Center of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Villanova University's Institute for Global Interdisciplinary Studies, the Villanova University Department of Communication,  the Waterhouse Family Institute,  and the Villanova School of Business. The event is open to the public.


poster for Novick

The Institute for Global Interdisciplinary Studies on Thursday, September 10, 2015 will begin our Global Impact Series. Our first event will be held in the Garey Hall Alumni Event room at 4:30 pm as we host Professor Pamela Lee Novick from Keisen Jogakuen University in Tokyo, Japan. Professor Novick  will present “Out of Place”- Becoming a Third Culture Adult in Japan.

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Applications are still being accepted for the 3 week, three credit summer course, Russian Culture in Context taught for one week at Villanova and for two weeks in Russia.  ...Read more..

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