Best Practices Resource

The Best Practices Resource includes feature profiles on each of the winning programs since the inception of the Heiskell Awards, along with honorable mention and special recognition recipients. The extensive collection of successful models is intended to provide hands-on help to campuses as they create and expand their own initiatives. Click on the name of the winning campus to see profiles of the winning initiatives. For IIENetwork Members, a special members-only section contains details on the programs' implementation.

2017 WINNER

Macquarie University: Global Leadership Program

HONORABLE MENTION

Georgia Gwinnett College: Internationalization of the Curriculum


2016 CO-WINNERS

Florida International University: Global Learning for Global Citizenship

Case Western Reserve University: Plan for Internationalization

HONORABLE MENTION

Temple University: International Educator's Academy


2015 WINNER

Texas Christian University: Discovering Global Citizenship

HONORABLE MENTION

Purdue University: Purdue International Integration Initiative (P3i)

Higher School of Economics in Moscow: Internationalization Program


2014 WINNER

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: International Fellows Program

HONORABLE MENTION

University of British Columbia: Africa Awareness Initiative 
University of Hyderabad: Study in India Program


2013 WINNER

Susquehanna University: Global Opportunities (GO)


2012 WINNER

University of Kentucky: Discover Germany—Discover USA


2011 WINNER (**Focus on Business Education)

College of Wooster: Global Social Entrepreneurship (Global SE)

HONORABLE MENTION

The George Washington University School of Business: The GWSB Global MBA Program


2010 WINNER (**Focus on engineering programs)

Georgia Institute of Technology: The International Plan

HONORABLE MENTION

University of Colorado at Boulder: Internationalization in the University of Colorado at Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science


2009 CO-WINNERS

Champlain College: Institute of Global Engagement

Universidad de Monterrey: Strategic Plan for the Internationalization of UDEM


2008 WINNER

St. Louis Community College, Forest Park: Global Education Committee

HONORABLE MENTION

Florence Darlington Technical College: A Global Village for Two Year Institutions—Domestic & Abroad
Leeds Metropolitan University: Internationalization Strategy


2007 WINNER

University of Delaware: Advancement of a Campus-Wide International Curriculum

HONORABLE MENTION

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University: Global Studies Certificate Program


2006 WINNER

George Mason University: Provost’s Advisory Committee on Global Research and Education

HONORABLE MENTION

Georgia Institute of Technology: The International Plan

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

Atlantic Coast Conference Consortium: Atlantic Coast Conference International Academic Collaborative


2005 WINNER

Santa Fe Community College: SFCC International Education Initiative

HONORABLE MENTION

American University: AU Abroad and Abroad at AU
University of Hawaii - Kapiolani Community College: Island Roots and Global Reach: Kapiolani Community College's International Education Program


2004 WINNER

Northeastern Illinois University: Internationalization of Northeastern Illinois University

HONORABLE MENTION

Binghamton University, State University of New York: Languages Across the Curriculum
Georgia State University: Cross-Cultural Conversation and Service Partners


2003 WINNER

Chatham College: Global Focus Program


2002 CO-WINNERS

Juniata College: Language in Motion
Montana State University: Arabic Language and Middle East/North Africa Cultural Studies Program

HONORABLE MENTION

University of Nebraska, Omaha: International Studies and Programs Campus and Community Service Project
University of Colorado, Denver: International Colleges Program