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Cathryn Clement

Clement, Cathryn
Cathryn Clement
Lecturer and International Academic Coordinator, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Undergraduate Education
B.S., Spanish, Texas A&M University, 1977
Graduate Education
M.A., Horticulture, Texas A&M University, 1992
Courses Taught
ALED 313: Culture Theory, Orientation and Adaption

Research Topical Area

Impact of predeparture cultural preparation on the quality of an individual’s program and their ability to cope and learn from cultural interactions during their program.

Research Skillset

International Education, International Agriculture and Development, Elements of Culture and Application

Professional Interests

Elements of cultural, cultural competence and adaptation, international education, the role of culture in development, international development, internationalization of the curriculum

Selected Publications

Tedeschi, L. O., C. Clement, and K. E. Dooley. 2011. Breaking the boundaries across nations through international partnership programs: Lessons from a student exchange consortia program. Pages 131-136 in Developing Strategic International Partnerships: Models for Initiating and Sustaining Innovative Institutional Linkages. S. B. Sutton and D. Obst, ed. Institute of International Education, New York, NY.

Remson, Sr. Jane and C. Clement. 2002. Human rights and the right to Food, Study + Action = A Formula for Food Security. U.S. National Comte. World Food Day, Washington, D.C., p. 6-8.

Anderson, L.H., C. Clement and L. Tomeh. 2001. Primer on hunger and globalization, Globalization: the Answer of the Problem? U.S. National Comte. World Food Day, Washington, D.C., p. 1-5. Numerous office publications.

International Assignments

Mexico, Brazil, Trinidad, Indonesia, Tunisia, France, Canada, Namibia, Switzerland, South Africa, England, Germany, Ireland