Welcoming Elisa Borella to our Intercultural Management Team!

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Wirtschaft - Bachelorstudiengänge
Intercultural Management

Amidst the changing seasons, a new chapter unfolds for the Intercultural Management Team (ICM), one that accentuates our commitment to global diversity and intercultural dialogue.

Dr. Karin Martin, our esteemed expert in multilingualism and dedicated Italian language professor, is embarking on a new phase of her international journey. While assuming the NLB position for the upcoming year, she remains a virtual satellite, upholding ICM's essence across the digital landscape.  

As we prepare for the upcoming semester, we are thrilled to introduce a significant addition to our dynamic team: Mrs. Elisa Borella, an accomplished professional in intercultural communication and teaching, who brings with her a wealth of expertise and international experience.

Elisa is an enthusiastic certified Italian language trainer (DITALS II) with a strong background in language instruction, having attended the renowned Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan, Italy) and Università per Stranieri di Siena (Siena, Italy). Her journey encompasses diverse international settings, including Perth in Western Australia, Graz in Austria, and Łódź in Poland. Furthermore, her proficiency in digital teaching strategies aligns seamlessly with FH 2030's vision for digitalization, internationalization, and innovative pedagogies, making her a unique fit for our team and institution.

Elisa's energy and dedication resonate with ICM's core program objective: shaping multilingual leaders of intercultural teams. Her seat in the Standing Committee of the Graz’s branch of Società Dante Alighieri, a global advocate for Italian language and culture promotion, further emphasizes her keenness to our intercultural mission.

As the ICM program evolves within the School of Management at CUAS, with Elisa's know-how and shared vision for intercultural excellence, we stand ready to progress together, fostering an environment where language, culture, and collaboration thrive in the business context.