One student outcome for this online Intercultural COM course is "Continue to move forward into and/or through the ethnorelative stages of intercultural communication competency." The assessment is a self-created profile survey based upon the Milton J. Bennett, Ph.D., Dev. Model of Intercultural Sensitivity. Ethnocentric levels (ascending order) are 1 Defense, 2 Denial, 3 Minimization. Ethnorelative levels are 4 Acceptance, 5 Adaptation, 6 Integration. The survey identifies the student's level at Week 1, and re-identifies during the last week of class. The goal was to move more students into the higher levels. During Spring, readings and discussions were incorporated into the modules that focused on the 6 levels, prompting students to identify, analyze, and evaluate communication experiences according to each level. Results evidenced that incorporating the new practice produced a 34% increase in students achieving Level 5 (12% in the prior Fall). All results are attached below.