Over the past year, Purdue has conducted a study on intercultural learning gains on students doing short-term study abroad. In a telling summary, Katherine Yngve of Purdue shows that students who took the GCC, on short-term programs, had an average 15 pt gain as measured by the I.D.I. which surpassed other intercultural interventions. More information will be presented in this study by Katherine Yngve and Linda Stuart at the AAHLE Conference in Minnesota in June.

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