Teaching, Culture and Diversity
Join the Ninth Cross National Teaching Forum
On Sunday, June 30, 2002, as part of the WACRA Interactive Case Sessions - panel sessions will be held to discuss issues pertaining to teaching across cultures. There will be five panels representing different regions of the world: Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin, Central and North America.
If you have had experience teaching or training in another part of the world, you may want to join one of our panels. If you think you might be or would like to teach in another part of the world, you may want to meet others who have done so. We promise a lively presentation and discussion.
The topics selected for discussion are:
If you are interested in being on the panel and or be the organizer of a region, please contact:
Session Coordinator/Review Chair Dr. Carmen Vega-Carney AGSIM (Thunderbird) GLENDALE, AZ U.S.A. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +623-561-5470
Western Europe Dr. Franz Egle Federal University for Public Administration MANNHEIM, GERMANY e-mail FranzEgle@compuserve.com Tel. +49-621-155-651 Fax:+49-621-156-5651,
Dr. Lars Bengtsson Lund University LUND, SWEDEN e-mail: Lars.Bentsson@fek.lu.se Tel. +46-46-222-46-48 Fax +46-46-222-42-37
Central and Eastern Europe Dr. Wojtek Sibilski Tech. University WROCLAW, POLAND e-mail: email@example.com Fax +48-71-3203504
Africa, Asia, Latin, Central and North America Dr. Carmen Vega-Carney AGSIM (Thunderbird) GLENDALE, AZ U.S.A. Tel. +602-978-7282 Fax +602-439-1435
Dr. Ricardo Hernández Univ. of Extremadura Cáceres, Spain e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +34-927-25-74-80 x7931