Global Context Rubric* NIU College of Business graduates will recognize implications of conducting business in a global context. Assessment Indicator Does Not Meet Expectations - 1 Meets Expectations - 2 Exceeds Expectations - 3 Knowledge of Global Cultures Only identifies or describes varied cultures and world views. Demonstrates respectful interaction with varied cultures and worldviews. Adapts and applies multiple worldviews and experiences while initiating meaningful interaction with other cultures. Knowledge of Global Perspectives & Strategies Defines global challenges in basic ways. Formulates practical solutions to global challenges recognizing some interdisciplinary or multicultural perspectives. Applies knowledge and skills to implement sophisticated, appropriate, and workable solutions to address complex global problems using interdisciplinary perspectives independently or with others. Global Self-awareness & Citizenship Identifies some connections between one’s personal decisionmaking and certain local and global issues. Evaluates the global impact of one’s own and others’ specific local actions on the world. Takes informed and responsible action to address ethical, social, and environmental challenges in global systems and evaluates the local and broader consequences of individual and collective interventions. *Framing Language - Northern Illinois University (NIU) College of Business attracts students and faculty from around the globe. In response to this, it is essential to integrate global perspectives and competencies into the core of our curriculum. Globally mindful students will have knowledge about people and places beyond their own community, value multicultural engagement and collaboration, exhibit an understanding of challenges affecting the business world, and possess the skills to challenge assumptions and analyze issues from multiple perspectives.