MCC- KATU Collaboration with COIL

COIL contributes to ongoing collaborations between Monroe Community College and Kazakh Agrotechnical University From American Councils for International Education UNICEN blog: Geospatial technologies are critical for Kazakhstan’s agricultural sector to become more efficient and globally integrated. Through the U.S.-Kazakhstan University Partnerships program, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Kazakhstan and administered by American Councils for […]

Global Guests

Making it Count: Global Guests Connects Professors Kathleen McKenna  I studied law and international relations and am a professor of Criminal Law, Public Policy, and Effective Speaking.  I teach at SUNY Broome Community College in Binghamton, NY.  I am also the Coordinator of the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Program at SUNY Broome. Teaching at […]

Join Us! Sustainability Literacy Webinar

Please join us in celebrating and promoting the first Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Action & Awareness Week, March 1-5, 2021, coordinated by the University Global Coalition (UGC), the State University of New York (SUNY), and many additional higher education institutions from around the world!   The Signature Event In the opening event of UGC Action & Awareness […]

Sustainable Development Goals Action and Awareness Week

March 1-5, 2021 marks the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Action & Awareness Week, coordinated by the University Global Coalition (UGC), the State University of New York (SUNY), and multiple higher education institutions from around the world. First adopted by the United Nations in 2015, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ( are a roadmap […]

Exploring Marriage Across Cultures through COIL

Dr. Younus Mizra recently implemented a COIL Collaboration in his first year seminar Marriage and Sexuality in Islam.  He has written an excellent post on Shenandoah University’s news site describing the topics they explored, collaborative techniques, student learning, and reflections from his perspective as a professor.  An excerpt:  The COIL experience made me re-realize the […]

New Year, New Website

Welcome to 2021! We at the SUNY COIL Center wish you all a healthy and happy new year. Our wish for a new, refreshed and more functional website has finally come true. We hope you will find this new site more engaging, more informative and easier to navigate. We welcome your feedback and your suggestions […]