David Shallenberger is Professor of International Education, a position he assumed after four years as the Director of European and Middle Eastern Studies at SIT Study Abroad. He also contributes to institutional efforts regarding research ethics and program review. Previous positions include 20 years teaching global studies, intercultural communication and research, ethical leadership, and multicultural awareness; developing and coordinating travel study programs for adults in Europe, Asia, and Latin America; directing a BA program in Hong Kong; and expanding our understanding of «the other.» Prior to coming to SIT Graduate Institute, Shallenberger held faculty and administrative positions at DePaul University and the University of Redlands and has also taught at Elmhurst College, Mallinckrodt College, and National University. Shallenberger has given workshops on adult learning, cross-cultural communication, and multicultural issues at universities in El Salvador, Poland, Romania, and China. He has written numerous articles and is the author of Reclaiming the Spirit: Gay Men and Lesbians Come to Terms with Religion.
It's new, but is it learning? Assessment rubrics for intercultural learning programs (with Susan McGury and Derise Tolliver), Assessment Update (2008)
The article examines assessment rubrics for intercultural learning programs. It discusses how rubrics help educators...
Pathways to the Profession Survey 2008 Report and Results (with Sarah E. Spencer and Kim Kreutzer) (2008)
This long-anticipated project examines the professional development of the field by gathering data about salaries,...
The Morning After: Exploring the Impact of New Leadership in D.C. (with Ken Reade, John Deziel, and Kara Haas), NAFSA Region XI Conference (2008)
International Educational Exchange and Serving Students with Disabilities (with Erin Evans, Amir Reza, Louise Russell, and Jeffrey Rathle), NAFSA XI Workshop (2004)
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Inexpensive, yet Impactful Ideas for Internationalisation (with C K. Kwai and Lori Reynolds), APAIE Conference (2013)
While virtually all institutions would like to internationalize comprehensively, many have limited resources and are...
Developing Effective Intercultural Leaders: Nurturing Competencies of Interculturally Efffective Leaders and Global Citizens, Global Leadership Forum (2004)
Reclaiming the Spirit: The Journeys of Gay Men and Lesbian Women Toward Integration, Qualitative Sociology (1996)
The goal of this study is to understand and describe the way gay men and...
Negotiating boundaries: conflict, personal loyalties, and the politics of diversity, Journal of Thought (1995)
Gifts of gay and lesbian ministry, Pastoral Psychology (1994)
Focuses on the alleged gift of ministry of gays and lesbians. Increasing role of gays...