Assessment of Study Abroad

CAL staff served as language and testing experts on a study of students from four institutions (Dickinson College, Georgetown University, Rice University, and University of Minnesota) that focused on the effects of study abroad on language learning, intercultural awareness, and interdisciplinary development. CAL staff examined differences in language fluency between students who stayed home and those who studied abroad.

About the Project

Funder: U.S. Department of Education, International Research and Studies Program, via subcontract from Georgetown University
August 2002 – August 2006