As our world has become unsure amidst a global health crisis, IIE is working hard to enable higher education institutions to connect with each other, stay up-to-date on critical topics, and share expertise and experiences. We hope you’ll join us for one or more of these initiatives, which are free of charge with your IIENetwork membership. Alongside conducting the most up to date research on how the world of international education is responding to the COVID-19 crisis, we have developed two new engagement tools to create space for members to share information, what is working, and challenges they face. We will continue to announce new topics and content in future.
June 8 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
The COVID-19 Pivot: Innovation and Agility During Crisis | Register for webinar
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, institutions and organizations everywhere were forced to take quick action, spurring a flurry of changes and updates to the way we work on all levels. In addressing the question of how we continue to deliver programs, training, and education to those who depend on us, many have responded with timely, innovative solutions. This webinar will look at how different types of entities have pivoted as a result of the pandemic, how they led those changes, and how these innovations may influence the future.
- Leeanne Dunsmore, Director Education Abroad, University of Maryland
- Daniel Obst, President and CEO, AFS Intercultural Programs
- Sarah Ilchman, Senior Vice President, Fulbright Student and Scholar Programs
June 9 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
Perspectives from Asia on a post-COVID-19 Higher Education Landscape | Register for webinar
Join IIE's Asia Regional Directors for an opportunity to garner insights and engage in meaningful dialogue regarding COVID-19's impact on the region. The webinar will use both new IIE data and the latest on the ground insights to explore how higher education will change in the near- and mid-term.
Jonathan Lembright, based in Bangkok, will moderate the discussion with the following panelists:
- Paul Turner, IIE East Asia Director - Beijing
- Vivek Mansukhani, IIE South Asia Director - Delhi
- Diana Jahja, IIEF Executive Director - Jakarta
The Day-by-Day series offers small group discussions that are informal, lightly facilitated conversations among peers on specific topics that are of relevance during the COVID-19 crisis. Discussions will be limited to 15 participants and sign up will be on a first-come, first-served basis.