Gundolf Graml is Associate Vice President/Dean for Curriculum and Strategic Initiatives at Agnes Scott College. In his role he oversees the college’s SUMMIT undergraduate experience on global learning and leadership development and directs the Center for Global Learning. He has designed and taught numerous faculty-led study abroad courses to Austria, Germany, Hungary, and Peru. His presentations and publications focus on student learning in study abroad settings, on inclusive professional development processes for faculty leaders, and on the historical connections between tourism and national identity in German-speaking cultures. He regularly shares his experience in the areas of global learning and curricular innovation at national and international conferences. He received a master’s degree in history, German and Austrian literature from Universität Salzburg and received a master of arts and a PhD in German studies from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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