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Success in diverse educational and work environments requires intercultural competence, positive attitudes towards difference, and willingness to interact across cultures. Consequently, study abroad participation has increased as universities aim to internationalize; yet, we lack clear evidence of study abroad providing students with skills and attitudes the programs intend to develop. This case study (n=11) documents the implementation of intercultural learning activities throughout a semesterdoi:10.36366/frontiers.v33i1.491 fatcat:oi64hczgizbzdmvuekxfe4zgf4