Wondering about resources to support study abroad development and participation at your institution? Here, you will find our past webinars on relevant study abroad topics. The recordings can be found in the Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partner Portal, where we house digital resources for those who have pledged to the initiative. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need access to the portal.
January 23, 2018, 2:00-3:00 pm EST - GSA Webinar: "Exploring Study Abroad Data & Trends through Open Doors"
IIE’s Generation Study Abroad and Research teams reviewed and discussed the latest data from Open Doors regarding U.S. study abroad and that of GSA Commitment Partners.
May 3, 2018, 3:00-4:15 pm EST - "Reaching Your Generation Study Abroad Commitment: Successful Practices from IIE Seal of Excellence Recipients"
Thus far, 42 higher education institutions have received IIE’s Seal of Excellence for achieving their Generation Study Abroad commitment goals. To better understand the keys to their success, four American University graduate students have conducted research through a collaborative partnership between IIE and AU’s School of International Service.
This webinar reviews their findings and new strategies for diversifying your study abroad population, leveraging faculty engagement, and designing innovative study abroad programming. In addition, we have invited leaders from a diverse set of these exceptional institutions to share their insights and lessons learned.
May 21, 2018, 12-1:00 pm ET - "Explore U.S.-Finland Academic Engagement"
Interested in more details? Join representatives from IIE, EDUFI, and the Fulbright Finland Foundation for a free webinar to learn more about the exciting opportunities available for U.S. colleges and universities to develop partnerships for academic engagement in Finland, as well as more details about the IAPP Finland and Generation Study Abroad International Symposium in Helsinki.
February 8, 2018 - "Demand for Data: Using IIE's Open Doors Data for Community Colleges' Internationalization"
IIE’s Generation Study Abroad and Research teams, along with Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partner CCID, launched this webinar to share best practices in understanding Open Doors trends in international education and how data can be used to advocate for international education programming, with a focus on community colleges.
The recording of this webinar is available through our Commitment Partner Portal. If you have not yet pledged to join Generation Study Abroad as a Commitment Partner, you are welcome to apply and gain access to our webinar and many more resources!
August 30, 2017 - “Building Study Abroad: U.S. Department of State’s MOOC & IIE’s Data-Driven Strategies”
The U.S. Department of State, in partnership with Arizona State University, illustrated the recently launched, free online course that will jump-start your institution’s study abroad program planning through actionable information and ready-to-use templates. IIE shared ways institutions can use data to capture internalization efforts and advocate for resources on campus.