Intercultural Communication Semester Projects
Jayilin Barksdale, Piper Adkins, Ashley Walker, Grace Kennedy, Melissa Weidner, Christian Valenzano, Connor Fritzsche, Caroline Sullivan, Sarah Harper, Christian Gordon, Madlyn Hansen, Julia Strittmatter, Charles Corrigan, Clare Loesch, Ella Sweitzer, Ella Doyle, Margaret Ruhlmann, Quinn Gilroy, Jessica Morris, Lauren Riley, Kaleb Geevarghese, Kaitlin Hall, Jenna Borrelli, Emma Bueti, Bill Farmer, Kevin Dolehide, Clayton Lovin, Caroline Duarte, Casey Tirado, Ruth Eckhart, Katherine Brothers, Ethan Schum, Dorian Mays, Erika Christie, Logan Brown
Intercultural communication can be expressed and studied in myriad ways. The students of CMM 316.01 investigated various forms of cultural expression by comparing and contrasting the ways a particular form is used by multiple cultural groups. Specifically, each group researched and presented about the ways food, music, festivals, rituals, dance, clothing, and other artifacts communicate cultural identity in at least two different cultures.
Course Project 202310 CMM 316 01
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium, College of Arts and Sciences
Institutional Learning Goals
Diversity; Community; Practical Wisdom
"Intercultural Communication Semester Projects" (2023). Stander Symposium Projects. 3255.
Presentations: 3:00-4:15 p.m., Kennedy Union Ballroom