Submit A Global Campus Event

Are you hosting a campus event with a global or cultural focus? Then let us advertise it to students pursuing the Global Citizen Award!

Please submit events as soon as they are planned, ideally no less than 2 weeks prior to the event. We cannot guarantee that events submitted on short notice will be pre-approved in time.

Note: GC Award students who wish to submit an event, but are not official representatives for the event, may refer to Canvas for next steps (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1134200/pages/dont-see-a-global-event-you-want-to-attend-click-here?module_item_id=11180447).

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Contact Information

Submitter's First Name:
Submitter's Last Name:
Submitter's USF Email:
Submitter's Phone:

Event Information

Event Title:
Event Type:
Brief event description (please include contact information for reasonable accommodation requests, and RSVP link or phone number if necessary):
Registration/RSVP required?:
Location of event:
 
Start Date:
 
End Date:
 
Start Time:
 
End Time:
 
Sponsoring Department/Organization:
Event Website:
 
Event Contact First Name:
Event Contact Last Name:
Event Contact Email:
Event Contact Phone:

UN SDGs and World Regions

The Global Citizens Project is using the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals as one way to identify the global nature of the various experiences USF offers students. (Please refer to UN Sustainable Goals for detailed information on each goal.)

Does this event address any of the issues identified as priorities by the UN?:

The Global Citizens Project is using regions of the world as defined by the United Nations (UN) as another way to identify the global nature of the various experiences USF offers students. (Please refer to the UN-defined regions of the world for specific countries within each region.)

Does this event focus on any of the UN-defined regions of the world?:

GCP Learning Outcomes and Behavioral Indicators

Being a global citizen can mean many things, but at the heart of it all is being able to engage meaningfully with diverse people, places, events, challenges, and opportunities. For the purposes of the Global Citizens Project, USF has identified six learning outcomes and a number of associated behavioral indicators. The associated behavioral indicators can be used by students, faculty, and staff to assess the degree to which students are achieving Global Citizens Project learning outcomes.

Please indicate how your event is aligned with the GCP by selecting at least two GCP learning outcomes and at least one corresponding behavioral indicator for each learning outcome selected: