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Goh discusses 'cultural intelligence' at conference in Singapore

Michael GohMichael Goh, Ph.D., associate professor in Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development (OLPD), was interviewed by Today online in an article about cultural awareness in Singapore.

Goh is in Singapore to speak at the Character and Citizenship Education Conference (November 8-9, 2011) jointly organized by the National Institute of Education and the Ministry of Education-Singapore. The conference aims to provide directions for Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) for Singapore schools, and offer ideas and perspectives of CCE in both local and overseas contexts. The conference theme, Active & Concerned Citizens: Building Character for Community, will focus on the importance for stakeholders in education to synergize efforts in nurturing children to be active contributors and concerned citizens for the community.

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