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Milton M. Reigelman

Professor of English

Centre College

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Centre College

600 West Walnut St.

Danville, Kentucky,40422

United States

Company Description

Centre College, located in Danville, Kentucky, founded in 1819 and chosen to host its second Vice Presidential Debate in 2012, is ranked among the U.S. News top 50 national liberal arts colleges, at 42nd in the nation, and ranks 27th for best value among natio...more

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Melville and the Pacific: Full Schedule

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Moderator: Milton Reigelman, Centre College


Global Partners Project

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Present: Peter Bankart (Wabash College), Patti Brown (Denison University), Roger Casey* (Rollins College), Lesley Davis (DePauw University), Elizabeth Hayford (Associated Colleges of the Midwest), Anne Ledvina (Birmingham-Southern College), Sue Mennicke (Southwestern University), Blake Michael (Ohio Wesleyan University), Michael Monahan (Macalester College), Jo Ellen Parker (Great Lakes Colleges Association, Inc.), Eva Posfay (Carleton College), Patrick Quade (St. Olaf College), Milton Reigelman (Centre College), Daniel Sack (Associated Colleges of the Midwest), Jennifer Wieland (Associated Colleges of the Midwest)


Global Partners Project

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Present: Task Force Members: Peter Bankart (Wabash College), Cathy Benton (Lake Forest College), Patti Brown (Denison University), Sue Mennicke (Southwestern University), Milton Reigelman (Centre College), Elizabeth Hayford* (President, ACM), Daniel Sack (Program Officer, ACM), Sarah Schwab (Program Associate, ACM)
Milton Reigelman added that presidents want to spend money wisely on important and forward-looking developments. Members agreed that the Best Practices Task Force could make important contributions to these briefings. Milton Reigelman endorsed the proposal's interest in regional collaboration for off-campus study programs . In areas where several schools have programs, resources should be shared and coordinated for greater efficiency and improved academic experiences.


Global Partners Project

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Present: Cathy Benton (Lake Forest College), Patti Brown (Denison University), Roger Casey (Rollins College) Anne Ledvina (Birmingham-Southern College), Sue Mennicke (Southwestern University), Blake Michael (Ohio Wesleyan University), Michael Monahan (Macalester College), Eva Posfay (Carleton College), Milton Reigelman (Centre College), Elizabeth Hayford (ACM) Daniel Sack (ACM), Jennifer Wieland (ACM)
Milton Reigelman noted that Centre is encountering the same difficulties with its course as Rollins, particularly regarding questions of financial aid. Milton explained that he had observed Rollins' one-day study abroad seminar, which includes parents and people from all of the programs (80 students and 30 parents) as well as returnees and other advocates for study abroad. He felt that it was an efficient seminar and an interesting day. He also thought that the parents found it useful, and it put their minds at rest. Milton stated that having a booth at NAFSA with a handout briefly describing the projects would introduce more people to what is happening on the 42 campuses and within this project. He added that the Mellon Foundation would like the concept of us as "testers" and other people having the option of adopting these ideas. Milton asked about the possibility of having a few program directors from one consortium attend another consortium's meeting of program directors. He suggested that these types of interactions are how dissemination happens at a grass roots level. Milton agreed and commented that this type of workshop falls in line with earlier discussions about putting people together in a fairly informal setting. Elizabeth wondered if Joe's workshop theme is similar to what is happening with Milton or what Anne wants to do at her symposium. Milton added that it would be a good idea to ask if the deans if they have a person on their campus who could facilitate such a workshop.


Global Partners Project

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It was led by Patrick Quade, Director of International and Off-Campus Study at St. Olaf College, and Milton Reigelman, Professor of English and Director of Study-Abroad Programs at Centre College.


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