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R. Michael Paige, Ph.D. served as a Peace Corps Volunteer English Teacher in Turkey (1965-1967)



R. Michael Paige, Ph.D. served as a Peace Corps Volunteer English Teacher in Turkey (1965-1967)

R. Michael Paige, Ph.D.

Professor,

International and Intercultural Education

Appointed 1977

410E Wulling Hall

r-paig@tc.umn.edu

Phone: (612) 626-7456

Fax: (612) 624-3377

Educational Policy and Administration

330 Wulling Hall

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN 55455-0221

Dr. R. Michael Paige is Professor of International and Intercultural Education in the Department of Educational Policy and Administration at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Since 1991, he has served as the faculty coordinator of the Comparative and International Development Education MA and Ph.D. programs. In 1995, the College of Education and Human Development honored him with two awards: the Robert H. Beck Award for Distinguished Faculty Member and the Distinguished Teaching Award.

Michael has worked as a professional international/intercultural educator for over 35 years in the private and public sectors, beginning with his service as a US Peace Corps Volunteer English Teacher in Turkey (1965-1967). He has an extensive experiencce as an intercultural trainer and training consultant having worked with Fortune 500 companies, universities in the U.S. and abroad, non-profit/community organizations, national planning and education ministries of education, and public school districts. Over the course of his career, he has lived and worked in Turkey, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Kenya, and Hong Kong. During the 1993-94 academic year, he served as a Senior Fulbright Scholar at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya. Michael has also been on the faculty of the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication since 1979. He joined the University of Minnesota in 1977.

His research activities include co-directing the Maximizing Study Abroad Through Language and Culture Strategies project (with Prof. Andrew Cohen), and, for the past six years, directing the Culture and Language Project both under the auspices of the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA). These projects have focused on how culture can be taught and how intercultural competence can be facilitated in second language courses at home and abroad.

An active scholar, he has edited two volumes on intercultural education and culture learning: Cross-Cultural Orientation: New Conceptualizations and Applications (1986) and Education for the Intercultural Experience (1993). He is the co-author (with Andrew Cohen) of three volumes, now in press, on language and culture learning strategies for study abroad: Maximizing Study Abroad: A Studentís Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use, Maximizing Study Abroad: A Study Abroad Program Coordinatorís Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use, and Maximizing Study Abroad: A Language Instructorís Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use. His other book publications include: Culture as the core: Integrating culture into the language curriculum (with D. Lange and Y. Yershova); Culture as the core: Interdisciplinary perspectives on culture teaching and learning in the second language curriculum (with D. Lange, C. Klee, and Y. Yershova), and Culture learning in the language classroom: A manual for language instructors (with J. DeJaeghere & Y. Yershova). Michael is the Training Section co-editor with Bruce LaBrack and a reviewer for the International Journal of Intercultural Relations.




Academic Degrees

* Ph.D. Stanford University 1978 International Development

* M.A. Stanford University 1976 Sociology

* M.S. UCLA 1969 History

* B.A. UCLA 1965 History

Professional Experience

* 1992-present University of Minnesota, associate professor

* 1993-1994 Kenyatta University, Fulbright Senior Scholar

* 1991-1992 University of Minnesota, associate professor in curriculum and instruction

* 1986-1991 University of Minnesota, assistant professor and center director

* 1984-1986 University of Minnesota, associate director and associate professor of international student advising office.

* 1977-1982 University of Minnesota, assistant professor

* 1977 Stanford University, research assistant

Service to Professional Associations: Memberships

* Comparative and International Education Society (CIES). 1974 - present.

* National Association for Foreign Student Affairs (NAFSA):Association of International Educators. 1977 - present.

* Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR International) 1977 - present.

* Fulbright Association. 1994 - present.

* National Peace Corps Association. 1995 - present.

* Arkadaslar - Turkey Returned Peace Corps Association.1995 - present.

* Minnesota International Center: 1998-present.

* International Academy 1998-present. *Nominated and elected as a Founding Fellow.

* Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research USA (SIETAR USA) 1999 - present.

Current Professional Assignments and Activities

* Training Editor, International Journal of Intercultural Relations

* Reviewer, International Journal of Intercultural Relations.

Publications

A. Refereed Publications

A. 1 Refereed Books

* Lange, D. L. & Paige, R. M. (Eds.) (in press). Culture as the core: Integrating culture into language education. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. Accepted for publication.

* Paige, R. M. (Ed.) (1993). Education for the intercultural experience. Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press.

* Paige, R. M. (Ed.) (1986). Cross-cultural orientation: New conceptualizations and applications. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

A. 2 Refereed Journal Articles

* Paige, R.M., Jacobs-Cassuto, M., Yershova, Y. A. & DeJaeghere, J. (in press). Assessing intercultural sensitivity: A psychometric analysis of the Hammer and Bennett Intercultural Development Inventory. International Journal of Intercultural Relations.

* Paige, R. M. & Mestenhauser, J. A. (1999). Internationalizing educational administration. Education Administration Quarterly, 35 (4), 500-517.

* Paige, R. M. & B.W. Kerre (1994). Social studies education in Kenya: A needs analysis. Review of Social Education in Africa, 1 (1), 124-71.

* Paige, R. M. (1986). Trainer competencies: The missing conceptual link in orientation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 10 (2), 135-158.

* Paige, R. M. (1984). State of the art research on campus international programming. Bulletin of International Interchanges, 21, 1-10.

* Paige, R. M. (1982). Guest editorial. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 6 (4), 337-340.

* Matross, R., Paige, R. M., & Hendricks, G. (1982). American student attitudes toward foreign students before and during an international crisis, Journal of College Student Personnel, 23 (1), 58-65.

* Paige, R. M. (1979). The learning of modern culture: Formal education and psychosocial modernity in East Java, Indonesia, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 3 (3), 333-364.

A.3 Refereed Book Chapters

* Paige, R. M., Stringer, D., & Reynolds, A. (in press) The intercultural perspective on diversity training. In J. M. Bennett and D. Landis (Eds). Handbook of intercultural training, third edition. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

* Paige, R. M. Instrumentation in intercultural training and education. (in press) In J. M. Bennett and D. Landis (Eds). Handbook of intercultural training, third edition. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

* Paige, R. M. (1996). Intercultural trainer competencies. In D. Landis & R. Bhagat (Eds.) Handbook of intercultural training (pp. 148-164). Newbury Park, California: Sage Publications.

* Paige, R. M. and J. N. Martin (1996). Ethics in intercultural training. In D. Landis & R. Bhagat (Eds.) Handbook of intercultural training (pp. 35-60). Newbury Park, California: Sage Publications.

* Paige, R.M. (1993). On the nature of intercultural experiences and intercultural education. In R. M. Paige (Ed.) Education for the intercultural experience (pp. 1-19). Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press.

* Paige, R.M. (1993). Trainer competencies for international and intercultural programs. In R. M. Paige (Ed.) Education for the intercultural experience (pp. 160-199). Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press.

* Tedick, D.J., C.L. Walker, D.L. Lange, R.M. Paige, & H.L. Jorstad (1993). Second language education in tomorrow's Schools. In G. Guntermann (Ed.) Developing language teachers for a changing world. (pp. 43-75). Lincolnwood, Illinois: National Textbook Company.

* Paige, R. M. (1990). International students: Cross-cultural psychological perspectives. In R. Brislin (Ed.) Applied cross- cultural psychology (pp. 161-185). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

* Paige, R. M. (1988). International development education. In J. Reid (Ed.) Building the professional dimension of educational exchange (pp. 87-103). Yarmouth, Maine: Intercultural Press.

* Paige, R. M. (1986). Introduction to new directions in the theory and practice of cross-cultural orientation. In R. M. Paige (Ed.) Cross-cultural orientation: New conceptualizations and applications (pp. 1-25). Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

* Paige, R. M. (1986). Conceptualizing physical education across cultures: International development education and intercultural education perspectives. In M. Krotee & E. Jaeger (Eds.) International dimensions of physical education and sport (pp.13-18). Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics Publishers.

* Paige, R. M. (1983). Cultures in contact: On intercultural relations among american and foreign students in the U.S. university context. In D. Landis & R. W. Brislin (Eds.) Handbook of intercultural training, Vol. III. (pp. 102-129). New York: Pergamon.

* Paige, R. M., & Martin, J. N. (1983). Ethical issues and ethics in cross-cultural training. In D. Landis & R. W. Brislin (Eds.) Handbook of intercultural training, Vol I. (pp. 36-60). New York: Pergamon.

* Paige, R. M. (1983). Learning environment factors. In J. C. Bock and G. J. Papagiannis (Eds.) Nonformal education and national development (pp. 304-317). New York: Praeger.

* Paige, R. M. (1979). Learning environments in developing countries. In R. Moos, Evaluating educational environments (pp. 206-225). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

A.4 Refereed Proceedings

* Paulson, L. M., Voigts, J. & Paige, R. M. (2000). Gender identity, roles and perceptions: Implications for physical education. In L. O. Amusa & A. L. Toriola (Eds). Sport, exercise and health. Proceedings of the third scientific congress of the Africa association of health, physical education, recreation, sport and dance (AFAHPER-SD) held in September 11th-15th in Nairobi, Kenya (pp. 157-171). Gabarone, Botswana: AFAHPER-SD.

* Voigts, J., Krotee, M. L., Paige, R. M., & Paulson, L. M. (2000). Multidimensional aspects of sport and development. In L. O. Amusa & A. L. Toriola (Eds). Sport, exercise and health. Proceedings of the third scientific congress of the Africa association of health, physical education, recreation, sport and dance (AFAHPER-SD) held in September 11th-15th in Nairobi, Kenya (pp. 180-184). Gabarone, Botswana: AFAHPER-SD.

* Paige, R. M. (1989). The organization and conceptualization of study abroad. In S. Miltich (Ed.) Summary report: Second invitational conference on internationalizing the curriculum of public institutions in the state of Minnesota (pp. 53-57). Bemidji, MN: Bemidji State University.

* Paige, R. M. (1989). Linking faculty-abroad experiences to the campus. In American Association of State Colleges and Universities, National and international aspirations and priorities - proceedings of the 1988 AASCARR annual meeting (pp. 31-32). Washington, D.C.: American Association of State College and Universities.

* Paige, R. M. (1978). Practical approaches to promoting cross-cultural sensitivity. In Proceedings of the central region conference on international agricultural training (pp. 51-56) Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois. Paige, R. M. (1978). Foreign students as learning resources. In Proceedings of the central region conference on international agricultural training (pp. 39-44). Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois.

A.5. Journal Guest Editor

* Paige, R. M. (Guest Editor). Special issue: Theory and research on intercultural development. International Journal of Intercultural Relations. Status: thematic special issue proposal accepted. Papers are due September 1, 2001.

B. Other Publications

B.1 Booklength Monographs

* Paige, R. M., Cohen, A. D., Lassegard, J. P., Chi, J.C., & Kappler, B. (in press). Study abroad manual for students: Strategies for language and culture learning and use. Minneapolis, MN: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Accepted for publication.

* Paige, R. M., Cohen, A. D., Lassegard, J. P., Chi, J.C., & Kappler, B. (in press). Study abroad manual for advisors: Strategies for language and culture learning and use. Minneapolis, MN: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Accepted for publication.

* Paige, R. M., Cohen, A. D., Lassegard, J. P., Chi, J.C., & Kappler, B. (in press). Study abroad manual for language instructor: Strategies for language and culture learning and use. Minneapolis, MN: Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition. Accepted for publication.

* Paige, R. M., Lange, D., & Yershova, Y. A. (Eds.) (1999). Culture as the core: Integrating culture into the language curriculum. Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

* Paige, R. M., DeJaeghere, J., & Yershova, Y. A. (1999). Culture learning in the language classroom: A manual for language instructors. Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

* Lange, D. Klee, C., Paige, R. M., & Yershova, Y. A. (Eds.) (1998). Culture as the core: Interdisciplinary perspectives on culture teaching and learning in the second language curriculum. Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

B. 2 Book Chapters

* Paige, R. M. (1999). Integrating culture into the language curriculum: Introduction. In R. M. Paige, D. Lange, & Y. A. Yershova (Eds.), Culture as the core: Integrating culture into the language curriculum (pp. iii-v). Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

* Paige, R. M., Jorstad, J., Paulson, L., Klein, F., & Colby, J. (1999). Culture learning in language education: A review of the literature. In R. M. Paige, D. Lange, & Y. A. Yershova (Eds.), Culture as the core: Integrating culture into the language curriculum (pp. 47-114). Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

* Paige, R. M. (1999). Trainer competencies: The missing conceptual link in orientation. In G. Perry (Ed.) Perspectives: Intercultural communication. Worcester, MA: Coursewise Publishing. [reprint of article that appeared in the International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 10, 1986].

* Smith, S. L., Paige, R. M. & Stegliz, I. (1998). Theoretical foundations of intercultural training and applications to the teaching of culture. In D. Lange, C. Klee, R.M. Paige, & Y. A. Yershova (Eds.), Culture as the core: Interdisciplinary perspectives on culture teaching and learning in the second language curriculum (pp. 53-91). Minneapolis: Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota.

* Mestenhauser, J. M., Anderson, S., & Paige, R. M. (1998). Cross-cultural perspectives on leadership. In M. K. Schwartz,F. H. Freeman, & K. M. Axtman (Eds.), Leadership education: A source book of courses and programs. Greensboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership.

* Paige, R. M. (1995). Trainer competencies for the cross-cultural trainer. In L. R. Kohls with H. Brussow (Eds.) Training Know-how for cross-cultural and diversity trainers (pp. 100-104). Duncanville, Texas: Adult Learning Systems.

B. 3 Book Reviews

* Paige, R. M. and Kappler, B. (1998). Review of W. Hoffa and J. Pearson (Eds.) 1997. NAFSA's guide to education abroad for advisers and administrators, Second Edition. Washington, DC: NAFSA: Association of International Educators. . Frontiers, fall, 205-215.

* Paige, R. M. (1993). Review of S. Nieto, 1992. Affirming diversity: the sociopolitical context of multicultural education. New York: Longman. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 17 (1), 264-267.

B. 4 Bulletins and Newsletters

* Paige, R. M. (1989). Internationalizing the student experience. Focus (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Office of Educational Development Programs), 6.

* Paige, R. M., & La Berge, B. (1986). Analyzing unethical practices in international educational exchange, NAFSA Newsletter, 38(2), 15-19.

* Matross, R., Paige, R. M., & Hendricks, G. (1980). American student attitudes toward foreign students before and during an international crisis," University of Minnesota Office of Student Affairs Research Bulletin, 21(1), 1-17.

* Paige, R. M. (1980). NAFSA and Education for International Development, NAFSA Newsletter, 32,(2), 36-37.

B. 5 Training Manuals

* Paige, R. M. & Sorrells, K. (2001, 2000, 1998). Workshop manual: Methods of intercultural training. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute

* Bennett, J. & Paige, R. M. (2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992). Workshop manual: training design for international and multicultural programs. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute

* Paige, R. M. & D. M. Stringer (2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993). Workshop manual: training design for international and multicultural programs. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (2000). AFS Culture Trek: Reentry Manual for Students. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (2000). AFS Culture Trek: Reentry Manual for Orientation Leaders. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Orientation Leaders' Guide. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Pre-Departure Orientation #1. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Pre-Departure Orientation #2. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Pre-Departure Orientation #3. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Student Manual. New York: AFS-USA

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Parents Manual. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. & Siaya, L.M. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Gateway Manual. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R.M., Siaya, L.M. & Rice, C. (1999). AFS Culture Trek: Online Website. New York: AFS-USA.

* Paige, R. M. and Thomas, K.A. (1992). Workshop manual: training design for international and multicultural programs. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute

* Bennett, J., Bennett, M., & Paige, R. M. (1991, 1990, 1989, 1988). Workshop manual: training design for international/multicultural programs. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute.

* Bennett, J., Bennett, M., & Paige, R. M. (1990). Workshop manual: training design for international/multicultural programs. Portland, Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute.

* Neale, N., with Paige, R. M., & Thomas, K. A. (1990). The wrong idea: A cross-cultural training program about sexual harassment(video and training manual). Minneapolis: Regents of the University of Minnesota.

* Paige, R. M. (1988). Workshop manual: implementing intercultural training. Portland Oregon: Intercultural Communication Institute.

B. 6 Technical and Consulting Reports

* Cogan, J. J. and R. M. Paige (January, 1999). CIDE report. Prepared for the Chair, Department of Educational Policy and Administration.

* Paige, R. M. and J. Plihal (May, 1997). Report on international education in the College of Education and Human Development. Minneapolis: CEHD. This report is based upon a review of the 1997 external consultants report on international education and deliberations of the Committee on International Education. It presents seven recommendations for international education in the College.

* Paige, R.M. and B.W. Kerre (1994). Social studies education in Kenya: A needs analysis. Nairobi, Kenya: Centre for Curriculum Studies in Africa. This is a report of a research project commissioned by the Government of Kenya and the United States Information Service.

* Balkcum, A., J. Booth, R. M. Paige, and C. Peterson with editing by C. Brinkman, G. Marty, S.J. Sexton, and M. Warpeha (1991). Study abroad 1991-92, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.

* Balkcum, A., Booth J., Paige, R. M., and Peterson, C. (1990, December). Ten year strategic plan for study abroad at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. This strategic plan was developed by the Study Abroad Coordinating Committee which I chaired from AY 1988-89 to AY 1990-91. It establishes study abroad recruitment targets and fiscal approaches to the year 2000, at which time it is projected that 2500 - 3000 University of Minnesota students will be in overseas education programs annually.

* Paige, R. M. (1990, August). Field service consultation report, Washington, D.C.: National Association for Foreign Student Affairs. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation at Linn-Benton Community College (Albany, Oregon), conducted for NAFSA.

* Paige, R. M. (1990, January). Field service consultation report, Washington, D.C.: National Association for Foreign Student Affairs. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation at St. John's University (Jamaica, New York), conducted for the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs.

* Paige, R. M., et al. (1989, March). Proposal for a dual organizational model for study abroad, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. This report presents a proposal to the University of Minnesota for the reorganization of the University's study abroad offices.

* Lockhart, M. M., & Paige, R. M. (1988, July). International education program review. This report summarizes the findings of the international education external review team, conducted for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

* Paige, R. M., et al. (1988, March). Study abroad task force report, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. This report presents recommendations to the University of Minnesota regarding future directions for study abroad. It concluded the work of the Task Force commissioned by the Assistant Vice President for International Education.

* Paige, R. M. (1987, December). Field service consultation report, Washington, D.C.: National Association for Foreign Student Affairs. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation at Marist College (Poughkeepsie, New York), conducted for the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs.

* Paige, R. M. (1987, June). International education consultation report: Northland Community College. This report summarizes my findings from an international education consultation conducted at Northland Community College (Thief River Falls, Minnesota) for the Office of the Chancellor, Minnesota Community Colleges.

* Paige, R. M. (1987, June). International education consultation report: Rochester Community College. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation conducted at Rochester Community College (Rochester, Minnesota) for the Office of the Chancellor, Minnesota Community Colleges.

* Paige, R. M. (1987, June). International education consultation report: Fergus Falls Community College. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation conducted at Fergus Falls Community College (Fergus Fall, Minnesota) for the Office of the Chancellor, Minnesota Community Colleges.

* Paige, R. M. (1987, June). International education consultation report: Brainerd Community College. This report summarizes my findings resulting from an international education consultation conducted at Brainerd Community College (Brainerd, Minnesota) for the Office of the Chancellor, Minnesota Community Colleges.

* Paige, R. M. (1986, June). Commitment to Internationalism, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. This report presents a five year plan of goals and objectives for the newly formed Education and Training Division of the Office of International Education.

* Paige, R. M. (1986, November). Final report on consultancy, Jakarta: Overseas Training Office, Indonesian National Development Planning Agency. This report summarizes the results of my consultancy with the Government of Indonesia's Overseas Training Office. The focus is on preparatory language, academic, and cross-cultural orientation for Indonesian students who will be studying abroad.

* Paige, R. M. (1986, May). Field service consultation report, Washington, D.C.: National Association for Foreign Student Affairs. This report summarizes my findings following an international education consultation at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, conducted for the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs.

* Sadli, S., & Paige, R. M. (1985, November). Cultural and academic orientation for Indonesian students, Jakarta: Overseas Training Office, Indonesian National Development Planning Agency. In this report the authors present an analysis of cultural and academic orientation (the current situation in Indonesia) and formulate a conceptual model for future programs to be conducted under the auspices of the Overseas Training Office. The report concluded a two month consultancy in Jakarta, Indonesia, working with staff members of the OTO. Since its publication, this report has served as the basis for planning academic and cultural orientation programs at OTO.

* Paige, R. M., et al. (1982). Foreign students at the University of Minnesota - A report to the regents, Minneapolis: International Student Adviser's Office, University of Minnesota. This report presents information about foreign students at the University of Minnesota. It was presented to the Regents as part of a major review of international education at the University.

* Paige, R. M., & Dege, D. B. (1981, October). Report of the advanced training institute for international student advisers, Minneapolis: International Student Adviser's Office, University of Minnesota. This final report evaluates the Advanced Training Institute for International Student Advisors, the first of which was conducted in June, 1981.

* Paige, R. M. & Martin, R. (1981). Final report: Citizens education for cultural understanding - The international community workshop project, Minneapolis: International Student Adviser's Office, University of Minnesota. This is a report of a project conducted under the auspices of a Title VI, Section 603 grant from the U.S. Office of Education.

* Mestenhauser, J., & Paige, R. M, et al. (1980, May). Report of a special course for foreign student teaching assistants to improve their classroom effectiveness, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, International Student Adviser's Office. This report, which includes a training manual and an attached set of training videotapes, is being distributed nationally by the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs.

* Paige, R. M. (1980, March). "Evaluation Report," in Final report: Mid-continent dialogue on the changing world economy, Minneapolis: World Economy Dialogue. This Mid-Continent Dialogue was a major international conference which attracted more than 950 participants. For one year I served as a member of the Steering Committee and as the Evaluation Chairperson. The "Evaluation Report" summarizes the findings of the conference evaluation.

* International Student Adviser's Office, University of Minnesota and Office of International Educational Services, Iowa State University (1980). Final report: Iowa State University/University of Minnesota joint conference on training for development, Minneapolis: International Student Adviser's Office, University of Minnesota. This is a report of a faculty training program sponsored by grants from the Agency for International Development, the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs, University of Minnesota Title XII Committee and Iowa State University.

* Paige, R. M. (1979). "Evaluation: Program Assessment," in Final report: Culturally puzzling differences - A Technique for Orientation, Minneapolis: International Study and Travel Center, University of Minnesota. This is a report of a project funded by the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs Cooperative Grant Program. I served as the external program evaluator. These reports of Cooperative Grant projects are distributed upon request by NAFSA.

C. Journal Guest Editor

* Paige, R. M. (Guest Editor). Special issue: Theory and research on intercultural development. International Journal of Intercultural Relations. Status: thematic special issue proposal accepted. Papers are due September 1, 2001.

Presentations (1998-present)

* Research Methodology in Intercultural Learning and Second Language Acquisition. A presentation made at the Chulalongkorn University Language Institute, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. June 19, 2000.

* Culture and Language Learning Assessment. A presentation made at the Chulalongkorn University Language Institute, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. June 16, 2000.

* Research in ESL and EFL. A presentation made at the Chulalongkorn University Language Institute, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. June 15, 2000.

* Strategies in ESL and EFL. A presentation made at the Chulalongkorn University Language Institute, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. June 14, 2000.

* Intercultural Communication and Learning: The Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity. A presentation made at the Chulalongkorn University Language Institute, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. June 14, 2000.

* Communication styles and value orientations across cultures. A presentation made at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. Hong Kong SAR. June 2, 2000.

* Democracy and diversity: The intercultural dimension of citizenship. A presentation made at the University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN. April 28, 2000.

* Maximizing study abroad using language and culture learning strategies. A presentation made for the Center of Advanced Research in Language Acquisition, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN. April 12, 2000.

* Facilitating intercultural development in the international schools context - Parts I, II, and III. An invited "special presenter" of three sessions at the SEEC 2000 Southeast Asian International Educators Conference: Our World, Our Schools, Our Responsibility. Bali, Indonesia. March 30 and April 1, 2000.

* Designing intercultural courses for university students. An invited paper presented at American University's Intercultural Management Institute. Co-presented with Dr. David Bachner and Dr. Gary Wright. American University, Washington, D.C. March 17, 2000.

* Intercultural competence: Theory and research on a neglected aspect of professional preparation. A research paper presented at the annual conference of the Comparative and International Education Society. Chair and co-presenter with Yelena Yershova and Joan DeJaeghere. San Antonio, Texas. March 11, 2000

* Intercultural communication: Reflections and perspectives on the next decade. Keynote address at the sixth Minnesota International Counseling Institute. Minneapolis, MN. August 13, 1999.

* Intercultural training methods. Co-facilitator (with Kathryn Sorrels) of a three-day workshop presented at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication. Portland, Oregon: [Presented annually 1998 - present].

* Training design for international and multicultural programs. Co-facilitator (with Dr. Donna Stringer) of a 5 day workshop presented at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication. Portland, Oregon [Presented annually 1993 - present].

* Training design for international and multicultural programs. Co-facilitator (with Dr. Janet Bennett) of a 5 day workshop presented at the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication. Portland, Oregon [Presented annually 1992 - present].

* The future of the intercultural field and higher education. A paper (with David J. Bachner) presented at the annual conference of the International Academy of Intercultural Researchers. Kent, Ohio: May 1, 1999.

* An analysis of the Hammer-Bennett Intercultural Development Inventory. A research paper (with Melody Jacobs-Cassuto, Yelena Yershova, and Joan DeJaeghere) presented at the annual conference of the International Academy of Intercultural Researchers. Kent, Ohio: April 30, 1999.

* Implications of overseas study for U.S. university students: A meta-analysis. A research panel presentation (with Jessica Voigts and Natasha de Marcken) of our interpretive literature review project made at the annual conference of the Comparative and International Education Society. Toronto: April 17, 1999.

* Making a difference in a world of difference. A one day workshop on intercultural development presented to the San Jaoquin Valley, California Head Start Program. Stockton, California: March 5, 1999.

* Assessing intercultural sensitivity: The intercultural development inventory. A presentation to the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Twin Cities chapter on my project teamís IDI research. Minneapolis: February 23, 1999.

* Assessing intercultural development among language students. A CARLA presentation on my project teamís Intercultural Development Inventory research. Minneapolis: January 26, 1999.

* Intercultural Communication. A presentation made to the Paulo Freiere Scholars at the University of Minnesota. April 22,1998

* Global intercultural awareness. Designer and senior cross-cultural trainer of a one-day workshop presented to Cargill Corporation by inlingua School of Languages April 15, 1998.

* Paradigms in intercultural communication. A presentation at the Inaugural Meeting of the Academy of

* Intercultural Researchers March 20, 1998.

* Global intercultural awareness. Designer and senior cross-cultural trainer of a one day workshop presented to Cargill Corporation by inlingua School of Languages March 17, 1998.

* An assessment of intercultural competence: The intercultural development inventory. A presentation at the monthly International Education lecture series March 2, 1998.

* Cultural competencies workshop. A workshop presented to the Richfield, Minnesota school district under the auspices of the SEED program February 9, 1998.

* Global intercultural awareness. Designer and senior cross-cultural trainer of a one day workshop presented to Cargill Corporation by inlingua School of Languages February 3, 1998.

Grants

* Language and Culture Strategies Program. A $50,000 one year grant from the U. S. Department of Education to preparing written materials for study abroad students, advisors, and language instructors regarding language and culture learning strategies.Co-principal investigator. AY 1999-2000.

* Intercultural Studies Program: A $54,000 three year grant from the U. S. Department of Education to implement a program of advanced research in language and culture acquisition. Principal investigator. AY 1996-97 to AY 1998-99.

* University Affiliation Grant: A $120,000 three year grant from the U.S. Information Agency to implement a faculty exchange program between the College of Education (University of Minnesota) and the Faculty of Education (Kenyatta University). Co-principal investigator. AY 1995-96 to AY 1997-98.

* Bush Diversity Grant: The Movable Feast. A $3,250 two year grant to University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development faculty develop multicultural education materials. Co-principal investigator. AY 1995-96, 1996-97.

* Intercultural Studies Program: A $90,000 three year grant from the U. S. Department of Education to implement a program of advanced studies in language and culture acquisition. Co-principal investigator. AY 1993-94 to AY 1995-96.




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