1. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of the perspectives of at least one non-U.S. community.
2. Students will develop a historical understanding of at least one non-U.S. community.
3. Students will critically reflect on their respective cultural experiences and how those cultural experiences inform their worldviews, and will recognize different perspectives and worldviews from non-U.S. cultural groups, including those to which students may belong.
- Students will recognize areas of implicit bias in their respective experiences.
- Students will practice methods of communicating mutual understanding and respect across cultural groups.
- Students will apply diverse cultural perspectives in evaluating complex problems.