CILMAR Intercultural Learning & Mentorship Development Opportunities

The CILMAR Workshop Returns for 2019!

If you attended CILMAR's Scaling Up Institute in 2018, or if you were not able to attend but want to fill your toolbox with proven intercultural learning tools, you won't want to miss the CILMAR Workshop 2019.  Filled with practical suggestions for scaling up intercultural learning in your institution and for embedding intercultural learning into the curriculum and study abroad experience, the CILMAR Workshop promises to be a place to share best practices and leave with a refreshed toolbox full of activities, reflections, and assessments.  Register today at

Workshops & Simulations for Faculty and StaffAciremA at Purdue

Our intercultural learning team offers a variety of workshops and simulations that might benefit you as a professional who interacts with diverse coworkers, students, and community members. Please visit our page to learn more about these engaging experiential professional development opportunities.

Purdue InterCultural Learning Community of Practice (PICLCoP)

The community of practice endeavors to build a network of people on campus doing intercultural work and provide opportunities for sharing techniques and tools of the trade. Check out our PICLCoP page here, and email Florence Adibu to join our community of practice listserve. You can also find information on our events here.

Faculty Grants

If you are interested in applying for a SAIL grant or other funding opportunity from CILMAR, see this page for more details on deadlines and grant amounts.

Request an Expert

If you would like more information about any of our intercultural learning programs, workshops, resources, or assessments, or if you want to schedule an expert from our team to facilitate learning opportunities for your unit, please contact us at

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