Intercultural Competency

Intercultural Competency AppLC

 The Intercultural Competence AppLC is a learning community of faculty and staff committed to broadening their own understanding of intercultural competence and finding ways to share this with colleagues and students in a variety of ways. During this AppLC, faculty and staff will learn and demonstrate best practices for introducing students to various global perspectives and develop the skills necessary to teach intercultural competence in the classroom.

Join the newly formed AppLC to chat, eat, and discuss new ideas related to intercultural competency. All faculty and staff are invited to participate! If interested in participating, please contact Lillian Nave at


Lillian Nave,  UDL Advocate/Connector Presenter, CollegeSTAR; Senior Lecturer in First Year Seminar, University College; UDL Coordinator, Center for Academic Excellence



Teaching Interculturally: A Framework for Integrating Disciplinary Knowledge and Intercultural Development  by Amy Lee, Peter Felten (Foreword by), Robert K. Poch (With), Mary Katherine O'Brien (With), Catherine Solheim (With)

Teaching Across Cultural Strengths: A Guide to Balancing Integrated and Individuated Cultural Frameworks in College Teaching by Alicia Fedelina Chávez (Author), Susan Diana Longerbeam (Author), Joseph L. White (Foreword)

An Educators Guide to Intercultural Learning: Ten Ways to Inspire Learning across Difference (pdf)

UDL an Intercultural Competence: Not only Accessible But Equitable AND Inclusive