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Knowledge, while crucial, is just one piece of the "global citizen" puzzle so many universities are trying to solve. Intercultural effectiveness — the hallmark of global citizenship — requires affective and behavioral learning as well as cognitive. Integrating effective fostering of global citizens into the university mainstream requires significant involvement by faculty. During this session, we'll provide ideas for how faculty might become more deeply and effectively engaged in promoting intercultural learning at universities, even contributing to promotion and tenure documents regarding the “mentoring” of undergraduate students. We'll also share some early success stories.