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Jacqueline McDowell, Andrew C. Pickett, and Brenda G. Pitts

professionals to have intercultural competence and sensitivity, to value diversity, and to gain an understanding of interpersonal relations. To have bold, inclusive conversations, we must first acknowledge that there are systemic inequalities that have a profound influence on people’s personal and

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Daniel L. Springer, Arden J. Anderson, Stuart M. Dixon, Stacy M. Warner, and Marlene A. Dixon

. , Huberman , A. , & Saldana , J. ( 2014 ). Qualitative data analysis: A methods sourcebook ( 3rd ed. ). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage . Nguyen , A. ( 2017 ). Intercultural competence in short-term study abroad . Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 29 ( 2 ), 109 – 127 . 10

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Yannick Kluch and Terry L. Rentner

department, WA1T, and the International Programs and Partnerships office. For each WA1T Sporting Day, a varsity sport invited the international student population to their athletic facilities to learn more about the sport, get to know the athletes, to socialize—and to strengthen intercultural competence

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Jennifer M. Jacobs, Karisa L. Kuipers, K. Andrew R. Richards, and Paul M. Wright

found that participants perceived increases in intercultural competence and learning. However, this study also produced some negative feedback from participants regarding difficulties with relationship building, trust, and cohesion during the experience. A subsequent study examined the impact of a short

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Olivia Wohlfart, Sandy Adam, Jorge García-Unanue, Gregor Hovemann, Berit Skirstad, and Anna-Maria Strittmatter

in the private sector and professional sport clubs. Especially in Germany and Spain, private institutions specifically focus on aspects of intercultural competence within the curricula. Giving students the opportunity to develop intercultural competencies is crucial to be able to handle these

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Carrie LeCrom, Brendan Dwyer, Gregory Greenhalgh, Chad Goebert, and Jennifer Gellock

.04.002 Klockars , A.J. , & Sax , G. ( 1986 ). Multiple comparisons . Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications . Koskinen , L. , & Tossavainen , K. ( 2003 ). Benefits/problems of enhancing students’ intercultural competence . British Journal of Nursing, 12 ( 6 ), 369 – 377 . PubMed ID: 12682589 doi:10