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Former Global Conversations

​DePaul University, in collaboration with over 3 dozen partner institutions have hosted the following Global Conversations. Thus far, over 2,00 students have interacted with one anther and over 170 faculty members and industry experts in 79 dynamic and dialogic discussions on global issues.

Round 5: April/May 2022 Sessions

  • Citizenship and Professionalism in High and Low Context Cultures 
  • ​​Cultural awareness in global health: Do we need it?
  • Digital Media and Community Development 

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    Student participation is represented by the countries noted above.

  • Food and Climate Change: Is our food sustainable?

  • Interface between entrepreneurs and customers for sustainable offerings

  • Marketing, ethics, and inclusion: A pending assignment

  • Media Consumption in a Pandemic World

  • Navigate Successful and Appropriate Communication within the Online Intercultural Setting

  • Remember This - Facing the Holocaust and Present Day Implications Through Jan Karski

  • Sharing Stories of Heritage to Develop Intercultural Competencies

  • Students Across the World

  • System change: Discussing the role of intercultural management education for fostering responsible leadership initiatives.

  • The Jobs of Tomorrow in a post-COVID world: What skills you need to develop to succeed

  • The Russian Threat to Ukraine

  • Understanding the Motivations for Rejecting Science-Based Interventions Such as Climate Change and COVID-19 Vaccine Programs


Round 4: October 2021 Sessions 

  • Assessing Current and Future Impacts of Climate Change on Health and Well-Being in the United States and Nigeria

  • “Border” politics and immigration/ Política "fronteriza" e inmigración

  • Chinese Pop Culture and the World

  • Develop Intercultural and Intrareligious Understanding through Story Circles

  • Did Technology Kill Diplomacy and change International Relations forever?

  • Do Black, Indigenous and Dalit Lives Matter? Re-examining the Intersections of Social Identity and Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic 

  • Effects of COVID-19 on overall socio-educational outcomes 

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    Student participation is represented by the countries noted above.

  • Humanity in Crisis: a pandemic of extremist governments, refugees, immigrants, and the steep increase in inequality between men and women

  • Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health

  • Nationalism's Upsurge in the World Today - Centering Poland in Light of the Holocaust, Democratic Values, and Collective Memory  

  • Promoting Tourism during the COVID-19 Pandemic – Top PR Campaigns of 2020-21

  • Short- and Long-term Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Hospitality and Tourism Industry Careers and Education

  • Surviving a Pandemic and Thriving into a New Normal using Innovation and Analytics: Lessons Learned from Covid-19

  • The Future of Work: Creating Effective, Ethical and Sustainable Workplaces in Times of Change 

  • The Political Economy of Global Public Health

  • The Sustainable Development Goals and the path to recovery: Corporate, political, and personal responsibility in a hotter future 

  • Toward Sharing a Global Praxis of Learning and Teaching: Utopia and Possibilities

  • Urban Design for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion


Round 3: April 2021 Sessions

  • Adaptability and Innovation during COVID 
  • Adaptations & Obstacles: Human Responses to the Pandemic
  • Change, Adaptation, Opportunity: Charting Our Future
  • Digital Media for Community Development

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Student participation is represented by the countries noted above.

  • Discussing the issues of inclusiveness, safety and resilience for supporting sustainable cities and communities
  • Diversity Toolkit: Unpacking Intersectional Identities
  • Elections in Australia & the US: Constitutional and Cultural Comparisons
  • Global Education and Engagement in a Mediatized World
  • Globally-informed and locally-contextualized teacher training
  • How can the world respond to climate change refugees?
  • Internationalization During and After the Time of the Pandemic
  • Post-pandemic Societal Changes and Consumption Trends in Greater China
  • Protests & Public Health
  • The Global Impacts of COVID-19 on Corporate Social Responsibility Programs
  • The Language of the Post-COVID World
  • The new normal in the built environment
  • To Serve or Not to Serve: Ethical Choices in the Workplace and Beyond
  • US foreign policy after the election of Biden as President of the United States: US relations with the European Union and NATO, and with Russia and China


Round 2: September-October 2020 Sessions
  • 2021: 70th Anniversary of the Refugee Convention: Beacon of Broken Hope?

  • China and the U.S. in the Age of COVID-19: Image and Reality

  • Communicating In The Midst of COVID-19

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    Student participation is represented by the countries noted above.
  • Cross-cultural perspectives on social life during a pandemic: Psychological coping and relationships

  • Exposing who are excluded citizens in the midst of COVID-19. The case of homeless in Buenos Aires and domestic workers in Chicago.

  • Global Business & Entrepreneurship in the New Distance Economy

  • In the Times of Corona: Contextualizing Preferred Teaching and Learning Strategies.

  • Integrating school, work and life during a pandemic

  • Mental Health Challenges for College Students During the time of COVID-19

  • Strategies for integrating health, home, school and work life during the pandemic

  • The Call for Healing: Teaching and Learning during a Global Pandemic

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Entrepreneurial Endeavors: A Global Perspective

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Public Health and Development in Africa and the Diaspora

  • Visions of "Democracy" under Stress


Round 1: May 2020 Sessions

  • Communicating During Corona: How to Express Yourself in the Midst of Pandemic 

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    Student participation is represented by the countries noted above.
  • COVID19 Impact Conversations: Comparative Public Health Responses

  • From Social Distancing to Social Presence: Steps towards sustainable online learning and teaching across the curriculum

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Education

  • Interpreting Data/ Modeling

  • Political and Economic Impact of a Pandemic: The Implications for Geopolitics and World Politics

  • Psychological Strategies for Coping with a Pandemic for Individuals and Families

  • Public Health: The Ethics of Quarantine and Triage in the Midst of a Pandemic

  • The Effect of a Global Pandemic on Business and Politics: An International Perspective

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Refugees: A Question of Human Rights

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on Teaching and Learning – Transforming Educational Practice