Internationalization at UW Bothell
Global Initiatives is building an infrastructure for supporting more robust internationalization programs for students, faculty and staff across campus, including study abroad, institutional and research partnerships, curricular integration, and opportunities for global involvement locally.
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Summer Course: First-Year Japanese
BJAPAN : First-Year Japanese| 111 SLN 10588 | 112 SLN 10589
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 11:45- 2:15 in UW1 021
Instructor: Miyamoto Hiroshi
BJAPAN 111: This course is designed to provide a solid foundation in speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in beginning level Japanese to students who have very little or no experience of learning Japanese. Some aspects of the Japanese culture will be also discussed. For more information, please visit the course description page.
BJAPAN 112: This course is designed to provide a solid foundation in speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in beginning level Japanese to students who have very little or no experience of learning Japanese. Some aspects of the Japanese culture will be also discussed. Relevant Japanese socio-cultural topics will also be discussed. Prerequisite: either BJAPAN 111 or score of 6-20 on JP 100A placement test. For more information, please visit the course description page.
Enhancing Global Education in Washington State
Global Washington’s Global Education Initiative aims to improve global education in the State of Washington. A recently released report identifies six major recommendations:
Build statewide support for global education.
Identify and promote best practices.
Increase second language learning.
Prepare globally competent P-12 teachers.
Increase global engagement in higher education.
Build strong partnerships between global development and global education.
UW Bothell is committed to actively pursuing these global education goals.
Global Washington is a membership association that promotes and supports the global development sector in the state of Washington, comprised of non-profit organizations, foundations, businesses, government and academic institutions. UW Bothell has been a member of GlobalWA since 2012.
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