Welcome to the Office for Intercultural Learning (O.I.L.)!
This new academic initiative will engage faculty across the college to create a calendar of academically aligned programming that intentionally links to our general education outcomes, helping our students gain the critical intercultural skills they need to succeed. Together, we will engage in a deep conversation of the interconnectedness of the social and cultural dimensions within and across local, regional, state, national, and global communities.
~ Dr. Jeanne Natali, Director for Intercultural Learning
Start the conversation:
HUM 299: Ireland Culture,
Want to Learn More?
Visit International Programs Website
Call Jessica Watson at 822-7296
In January 2014, The Office for Intercultural Learning and The Holocaust Commission, in conjunction with the Virginia Festival of Jewish Film, hosted a special screening and discussion of the documentary film, Misa’s Fugue. This film captures the horrors of the holocaust through the eyes of a young boy, Misa. Following the screening, Frank “Misa” Grunwald and a concentration camp liberator, Bill Jucksch, discussed their experiences and answer questions from students. This was a rare opportunity for students to hear the firsthand experiences of a concentration camp survivor and liberator. See TCC article. Check out your Campus Library for copies of the documentary.