Global Education and Diversity Education are related and
complementary endeavors intended to inform students, staff,
faculty, and community regarding different ways of thinking, being
and doing. The differences lie in the primary, although not
exclusive, focus of each initiative.
Global education brings a broader perspective to what is
taught at SCC. The College will become more inclusive of differing
ideas and new perspectives into the curriculum. Graduates will be
exposed to ideas that will help them succeed in the workplace. A
congruent set of standards, policies, practices, and attitudes
toward global education will form a culturally responsive system at
SCC, not one that is fragmented or only evident in select parts of
A global perspective will enable graduates to:
There are several people at the College with an interest in international travel. You can talk to the following individuals who serve on the SCC Global Education Team and who have traveled internationally.
Bill Waters, Global Education Coordinator (Area Office)
email@example.comRose Suggett, Chair, Social Science (Lincoln Campus)firstname.lastname@example.orgAmanda Baron, Chair, Humanities (Education Square)email@example.comJanet Scott, Instructor, Business (Milford Campus)firstname.lastname@example.orgMargarita Feyerherm, Student Retention Specialist (Beatrice Campus)402-228-3468 ext. email@example.com
The SCC Global Education Initiative is able to offer three (3) two hundred dollar ($200) Student Travel Scholarships for each Global Education Travel Trip. If the college sponsors three (3) trips in a given year, the Global Education Student Travel Scholarship may be awarded up to a total of nine (9) scholarships (three (3) per SCC-sponsored global education travel trip). The decision to offer more than three (3) scholarships in a given academic year will be based on factors such as assuming adequate funding and sufficient qualified applicants. Scholarships will not be awarded if student applicants do not meet the minimum qualifications.
To be eligible for the Global Education Travel Scholarship the student must be enrolled in the GLST 2980 course and go on the associated trip. In addition, the student must: A) met the scholarship requirements, B) submit a Global Education Student Travel Scholarship Faculty Recommendation Form and C) submit a Global Education Student Travel Scholarship Checklist Form with their scholarship application. After the forms have been submitted, the Global Education Committee will evaluate the applications and notify the applicants of the committee’s decision.
Global Education Coordinator
Vice President for Instruction