April 15, 2020 | About IIE’s Emergency Student Fund

IIE’s Emergency Student Fund (ESF) issued a call for IIENetwork member institutions in the United States to nominate international students who are not able to return to their home countries over the summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic for an ESF award. Nele Feldmann, IIE’s Director for Student Emergency Initiatives, answered member’s questions about the ESF program and nomination process.

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April 22, 2020 | Comparative Impacts of COVID-19 on Global Campuses

This webinar featured comparative research findings from Europe, Canada and the United States to understand the effects of COVID-19 on higher education institutions. CBIE, EAIE, and IIE recently collected respective surveys from over 1,000 higher education institutions across the three locations. Each researcher highlighted findings particular to that location, while also drawing on a broader discussion of comparative findings across locations. The webinar concluded with further areas of inquiry and research needed to better understand the impacts of COVID-19 on future academic mobility.  

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April 28, 2020 | The Role of the SIO Amidst an International Education Crisis

This webinar discussed the role that the Senior International Officer can and should play at their institutions in addressing crises such as COVID-19. This discussion focuses on short, medium, and long-term strategies and actions that SIOs should take into consideration as the current crisis continues. Panelists included:

  • Susan Buck Sutton, Emerita Associate Vice President of International Affairs, Indiana University
  • William Brustein, Vice President for Global Strategies and International Affairs, West Virginia University
  • Ahmad Ezzeddine, Associate Vice President, Educational Outreach and International Programs, Wayne State University
  • Ross Lewin, Associate Vice President for International Affairs, University of Maryland
  • Joanna Regulska, Vice Provost and Associate Chancellor, Global Affairs, UC Davis

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April 30, 2020 | How to Reopen America: A Conversation with Dr. Harris Pastides 

This special IIENetwork Webinar featured Dr. Harris Pastides, an epidemiologist, member of the IIE Board of Trustees, and former president of the University of South Carolina. In his article, "How to Reopen America", Dr. Pastides discussed some of the critical considerations we need to bear in mind for how society transitions once the COVID-19 crisis starts to abate. Allan Goodman, President and CEO of IIE, led the interview and discussion with Dr. Pastides about what ‘reopening’ looks like, the effects on higher education, and longer-term implications for our global society.

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May 7, 2020 | Communicating Your Experience Abroad for Future Opportunities

This IIENetwork Webinar discussed how to communicate the value of international research experience to your institution, employers, and your peers. This webinar directly coached students on what skills employers value and how to discuss the ways that study abroad enhances those skills using digital and social media. With so many study abroad opportunities interrupted, how can students still maximize the benefits of their experience? Jodi Sanger, IIE Research Analyst, presented on 15 soft and hard skills most desired by 21st century employers and their link to study abroad. Atif Toor, IIE’s Creative Director, shared tips on using digital platforms, messaging strategies, and building your presence online.

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May 13, 2020 | Continuing Outreach and Adapting Recruitment of International Students

According to IIE’s Survey on Effects of COVID-19 on International Students and Study Abroad, the impact on outreach and recruitment for universities was significant. Many institutions and organizations are pivoting to completely virtual outreach and recruitment, restarting communications with prospective students, and advancing efforts to reach and attract potential students. This webinar offered insights from international education organizations that are modifying their promotional campaigns and launching new initiatives to attract talent to their countries’ universities.

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May 21, 2020 | COVID-19 Effects on U.S. Higher Education Campuses: From Emergency Response to Planning for Future Mobility

IE presented its most recent findings from the second survey on the effects of COVID-19 on U.S. higher education institutions. This is the most comprehensive study of the international impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. campuses to date and reveals current information on how COVID-19 and its related travel restrictions and state closures are affecting campus life, international students, and U.S. study abroad. Allan Goodman, President and CEO of IIE, provided opening remarks.

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May 26, 2020 | Maintaining International Partnerships During Crises

International partnerships are often one of the most vulnerable aspects of an institution’s internationalization portfolio during crises. However, these long-term relationships are not only critical to maintain for when the crisis abates but can be key partners throughout the crisis as well. This webinar discussed some of the strategies for maintaining international partnerships during challenging times.

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June 4, 2020 | How Are Campuses Continuing to Recruit International Students?

As campuses face numerous challenges and uncertainty, one of the big questions is what will happen this fall? Next semester? Next year? Will international students still come to campus and, if so, how will this work? Many campuses aim to continue their international recruitment efforts, but how will this work in this new context? This webinar discussed some of the innovative ways in which campuses and organizations plan to continue recruitment efforts.

  • Jonah Kokodyniak, Senior Vice President, Program Development and Partner Services, IIE
  • Jamal Alsayyed, Director of Middle East Programs, IIE
  • Karen Bauer, Regional Educational Advising Coordinator for Middle East and South/Central Asia, EducationUSA
  • Jonathan Lembright, Director of IIE/Southeast Asia

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June 8, 2020 | The COVID-19 Pivot: Innovation and Agility During Crisis

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 examined 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

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June 9, 2020 | Perspectives from Asia on a post-COVID-19 Higher Education Landscape

IIE's Asia Regional Directors presented and engaged with questions about COVID-19's impact on the region. The webinar used 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, Head of IIE/Southeast Asia based in Bangkok, moderated 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

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June 15, 2020 | A COVID-19 S.W.O.T Analysis for International Higher Education: Is it time to adapt and redesign?

Featuring: Francisco J. Marmolejo, Education Advisor, Qatar Foundation and former Global Higher Education Coordinator, World Bank
Moderated by: Jonah Kokodyniak, Senior Vice President, Program Development and Partner Services, IIE 

This webinar focused on the future of the international education profession and the ways in which COVID-19 has disrupted the field, requiring leaders and practitioners to adapt to a new reality. Francisco Marmolejo walked participants through a S.W.O.T analysis of the international education profession: pre-existing strengths and weaknesses, new threats related to the pandemic, and the opportunities we have to reinvent and innovate.

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June 30, 2020 | Professional Development and Networking for the International Education Field Today

The international education field is going through a major shift, especially with the recent COVID-19 crisis and economic impact on higher education institutions, organizations, and companies that provide international exchange and learning programs. What does this mean for the International Education profession? How do professionals seek opportunities and navigate through this climate of uncertainty? In this webinar, IIE engaged professionals from LinkedIn and the International Education field in a conversation to address these questions for those who are either employed or seeking employment. The discussion included ways to help reflect on professional development and interests, networking practices, skills gaps, and growth opportunities.

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July 7, 2020 | Design Thinking for the Future of International Education

In international education we continue to find ourselves quickly adapting to the rapidly changing world. And the first half of 2020 has demonstrated and accelerated that need even more so with the global COVID-19 pandemic abruptly shifting our educational and experiential learning fully into the digital space, along with economic shifts and changing our work environments. While Design Thinking is not a new conceptthis standard approach of innovators to apply the principles of design to work processes has been adopted around the world by many big-brand companies and it is being taught in universities. According to the Interaction Design Foundation, “Design Thinking is an iterative process in which we seek to understand the user, challenge assumptions, and redefine problems in an attempt to identify alternative strategies and solutions that might not be instantly apparent with our initial level of understanding.” Design Thinking centers around a keen understanding of people for whom products and services are developed. This webinar explored the Design Thinking principles and applicability to International Education administration and program development, with consideration of how we can innovate and shape the future of International Education. 

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July 15, 2020 | Scaling for Systemic Change: Capacity Building for Online Courses and Learning

International education has been transitioning into the digital sphere with making online courses border-less and accessible to those who would not typically enroll due to economic ability. We have seen this adaptation and learning process for the past several years; however, many more higher education institutions were thrust into a completely online classroom model in the first quarter of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While institutions are considering their method of teaching for student success and enrollment interests for the next academic year, there are examples of institutions that have worked to advocate for investment in online learning and transform the quality of teaching and learning through these new engagement models with success and lessons learned. In this webinar, we addressed the institutional challenges of transitioning programs online effectively from faculty and instructional designers to student engagement and support, technology and quality assurance. Guest speakers from the Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education and the American University of Beirut’s Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture shared the experience of institutional grants to promote capacity building online, and faculty from U.S institution Wofford College shared experience building inclusive and collaborative online learning and preparation for the upcoming academic year.

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July 20, 2020 | Complex Decision Making at Critical Moments: Insights from Industry Leaders

Part of a leader’s role is to make critical decisions, based on a multitude of factors, input, and stakeholder perspectives. In the current climate, decisions from leadership have taken on even more potency and urgency, but with limited information or precedent. How are decision-makers thinking through these complex circumstances? How are they using data, information, and facts while also bearing in mind more qualitative and human-centered considerations? IIE’s Executive Vice President, Jason Czyz, spoke with leaders from international higher education about how they have tackled decision making in today’s complex environment.

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July 29, 2020 | Perspectives from U.S. Institutions and International Students: Fall 2020 Decisions, Preparations, Complexity

This joint webinar by the College Board and IIE presented new survey findings on the perspectives of U.S. higher education institutions and international students on plans for the academic year 2020/2021. The College Board administered a survey to over 10,000 international students worldwide, asking about their plans for future international study and the reasons behind their decision-making. IIE administered the third survey in its COVID-19 Snapshot Survey Series to over 2,000 U.S. higher education institutions, tracking institutional plans for the next academic year and how this will impact options for international students. The data was complemented by a discussion with representatives from two U.S. higher education institutions and the decisions and challenges they are facing regarding their international student populations in fall 2020. The complementary views from institutions and international students provide the necessary context to understand the complex global mobility picture in fall 2020.

  • Linda Liu, College Board
  • Mirka Martel, Institute of International Education
  • John Sunnygard, Western Kentucky University
  • Jenny Howenstine, St. Olaf College

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August 6, 2020 | U.S. Higher Education Response to COVID-19: Findings from IIE’s Third COVID-19 Survey 

This webinar presented the new findings from IIE’s third COVID-19 Survey in the COVID-19 Snapshot Survey Series. IIE is studying the effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on global student mobility at U.S. higher education campuses: travel restrictions of international students to U.S. campuses; U.S. students studying abroad or planning to study abroad; and plans and recruitment for academic year 2020/21. Our aim is to learn more about the effects the global pandemic has had on your campus, and the measures your higher education institution is taking to support students on campus or abroad, as well as for students planning to study abroad.

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August 20, 2020 | Open Doors Intensive English Program (IEP) Data Release

IIE released the annual Open Doors Intensive English Program (IEP) data on August 20, 2020 at 2:30pm EST. The presentation provided statistics on IEP enrollment, durations, and leading places of origin from the 2019 calendar year. IIE was joined by representatives from EnglishUSA and UCIEP who provided the field with additional insights and highlighted how this data can be used. Questions were submitted in advance.

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August 26, 2020 | Adapting Outreach and Recruitment of International Students during COVID-19

This joint webinar by the College Board and IIE presenteed new data from international students and U.S. higher education institutions regarding perspectives on future outreach and recruitment of international students amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The College Board presented data from over 8,000 international students in the high school graduating classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023, and their interests and plans for future international study. IIE presented data from its recent COVID-19 Snapshot Survey Series of 520 U.S. higher education institutions and their 2020 outreach and recruitment adaptations given restrictions on recruitment travel. The data was complemented by a discussion from two representatives from an international high school and a U.S. higher education institution, discussing their plans for preparing and recruiting students respectively for their future global academic experience. As institutions and international students prepare for new frontiers in global student mobility, this webinar will analyze successful outreach and recruitment strategies from these critical perspectives.

  • Yoko Kono, The College Board
  • Julie Baer, Institute of International Education
  • Michelle Duschang, Hisar School, Turkey
  • Jeremy Brown, Southern Methodist University

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September 22, 2020 | More Essential than Ever: The Case For International Education

The higher education community – global and mobile by nature – has faced new challenges and uncertainties each day because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But amidst the chaos, the international education community has shown itself to be resilient, innovative, and collaborative, creating new best practices out of this crisis and demonstrating why international education is more essential than ever. Our Fall 2020 IIENetworker magazine will highlight how our members are approaching this critical moment and continuing to make the case for internationalization. Join three of our authors for a sneak peek of the issue and discussions on how remote exchange is opening new avenues for accessibility, how an existing partner program pivoted to virtual, and how to reimagine SIO leadership approaches in the post-COVID era.

  • Justin Harford, National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE), Mobility International USA
  • Chisomo Selemani, Baldwin Wallace University in Zambia
  • Dr. Tim Jansa, Georgia State University and Gateway International Group

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October 1, 2020 | Comparative Impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. and Canadian Campuses

This webinar featured comparative research findings from the U.S. and Canada to understand the effects of COVID-19 on higher education institutions. IIE and CBIE researchers shared their results of surveys from over 500 higher education institutions to discuss how the field has responded in a time of crisis. Presenters included Leah Mason, IIE; Jacquelyn Hoult, CBIE; and Sophie Twardus, CBIE.

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October 20, 2020 | Navigating the Open Doors Website

IIE’s Research, Evaluation, and Learning team provides a demonstration of the new Open Doors website, www.opendoorsdata.org. They demonstrate how to navigate the new site, search for data, share your favorite data table on social media, and get up to date information on presentations and events featuring Open Doors data.

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November 19, 2020 | Now More than Ever: DEI in Global Programming

IIE’s commitment to diversity and inclusion has been central to our mission and we continue to practice and reaffirm that commitment in our programming throughout the world. Join a panel of IIE team members from across our global offices moderated by Mary Karam McKey, Head of IIE’s Corporate & Foundation Programs. Panelists will explore regional considerations around DEI as well as incorporating it into program design and implementation.

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  • Ethiopia Abebe, Lead, Ethiopia and Sub Saharan Africa based in Addis
  • Jonathan Lembright, Head, Southeast Asia based in Bangkok
  • Nichole Johnson, Director, Private Sector Program Development based in DC
  • Evgenia Valuy, Lead, Evaluation and Learning based in NY
  • Michelle Pickard, Director, Gilman International Scholarship Program based in Houston
  • Akta Sawhney, Senior Program Specialist based in Delhi

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November 20, 2020 | Now More than Ever: Cultivating Leaders to Address Global Challenges

Exchange alumni contribute to society in positive ways and shaped by their lived experiences, become leaders who are working to address the world’s most pressing challenges. Michelle Dass Pickard, IIE’s Director of the Gilman International Scholarship Program, will be joined by alumni of various leadership development and exchange programs who will discuss the need for these programs in light of current challenges, the importance of DEI in programs, and considerations to ensure that the benefit of the exchange experience does not end with the individual participant.

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December 16, 2020 | Studying for the Future: International Secondary Students in the U.S.

Trends in international secondary student mobility highlight a potential recruitment pipeline to U.S. higher education institutions. Join IIE, AIFS, and NACAC to discuss the findings of Studying for the Future: International Secondary Students in the United States. This new report describes the changing landscape of international secondary students enrolled in a U.S. high school from 2013-2019. A case study of AIFS Foundation Academic Year in America alumni complements these trends by revealing the skills and attributes students gain while in the United States and their academic and professional trajectories post-program.

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February 11, 2021 |  Open Doors International Scholars Data Release

IIE released the annual Open Doors International Scholars data. The presentation provided the 2019/20 statistics on international scholars at U.S. higher education institutions engaged in academic activities, such as researchers, faculty, and clinicians.

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March 25, 2021 | The Rise of Remote Global Internships: Implications for Career Readiness

The first event in the IIENetwork Engagement Research Roundtable series explored the recent rise of remote global internships. This member exclusive facilitated discussion with industry partners covered skill development and global citizenship as they relate to career readiness. Participants engaged in a discussion around practical tips and promising practices for ensuring experiences are beneficial for students, organizations, and institutions.

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May 13, 2021 | Think International, Act Local: Latin America & the Caribbean

Cèsar Maldonado, a Senior Program Specialist at IIE LAC, and Mirka Martel, Head of IIE Research, presented outreach tips and data to consider when recruiting in the LAC region.

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May 20, 2021 | Think International, Act Local: Southeast Asia

Jonathan Lembright, Head of IIE Southeast Asia, presented on outreach and recruitment in the region, including best practices for recruiting post-COVID. Mirka Martel, Head of IIE Research, presented student mobility data from the region and spoke about country trends.

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June 9, 2021 | Think International, Act Local: China

Paul Turner, Regional Director for IIE East Asia and team members from the Beijing and Hong Kong offices presented information on the current China higher education landscape and China/U.S. relations in education, as well as outreach best practices for working with scholarship and self-funded students from the country. In addition, Mirka Martel, Head of IIE Research, Evaluation and Learning, provided data and insights about mobility trends of international students from China and comparatively within the East Asia region.

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June 10, 2021 | Preparing for the Future: The Path Forward for International Educational Exchange

IIE released our fourth report in the COVID-19 Snapshot Survey Series, Preparing for the Future: The Path Forward for International Educational Exchange. This report includes the effects of the global pandemic on international students studying at U.S. institutions in spring 2021, plans for international student mobility in fall 2021, and institutional plans for students studying abroad. In addition, we highlight a special section on the learnings from COVID-19 that institutions are carrying forward post-pandemic to support international academic mobility. 

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June 17, 2021 | IIENetwork and BUTEX Conversation on Mobility in the UK

British Universities Transnational Exchange (BUTEX) brings together universities, colleges and other higher education institutions (HEIs) across the UK that have a shared interest in learning abroad. With a membership of nearly 100 HEIs and associated industry partners in the UK, BUTEX’s mission is to promote British education internationally, to facilitate collaboration and regular exchange of information between members, to develop expertise and to influence the future of international education.

Leah Mason, IIE Research Lead, Rich Dunning, Deputy Head of Study Abroad at the University of Liverpool and Gemma Proudley, Interim Head of the International Relations Unit: Partnerships, Mobility and TNE at the University of the Arts London, Co-Chairs of the BUTEX Executive Committee, discussed the UK’s mobility and international education scene to help IIENetwork and BUTEX members increase mobility and partnership opportunities between the U.S. and the UK.

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June 24, 2021 | Research Roundtable: International Students at Community Colleges

IIE, CCID, and AACC joined for a roundtable discussion about the landscape of international student mobility at community colleges. Discussion topics included an overview of national trends in the profile of students attending community colleges, how community colleges are supporting international students, and how community colleges are continuing to recruit and engage with international students.

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July 14, 2021 | Think International, Act Local: India

In this edition of the IIE’s interactive webinar series “Think International, Act Local” attendees gained insights from data and trends in international student mobility and explored effective outreach and recruitment approaches in India. IIE’s experts presented on student mobility data and trends from region, the current higher education landscape and barriers to study abroad, and top recommendations for localized recruitment strategies.

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July 20, 2021 | Best Practices in Evaluation and Impact Assessment

In this IIENetwork Research Roundtable, the IIE Research, Evaluation and Learning (REL) team discussed the value of evaluating the implementation and impact of international education programs. Thoughtfully designed evaluation can support strategic planning and effective implementation of such programs, reveal and demonstrate their impact on the institution and community.

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August 5, 2021 | Reopening International Education: Student and Institutional Perspectives

IIE and IDP Connect shared data from their latest surveys on international education and reopening efforts for Fall 2021. Mirka Martel, Head of Research, Evaluation & Learning, and Julie Baer, Research Specialist discussed results from IIE’s fourth COVID-19 Snapshot Survey, which highlights U.S. institutional perspectives on international student recruitment, planning, and enrollment for the 2021/22 academic year.

Jonah Duffin, Director of External Relations and Elle Butler, Head of Marketing for North America shared the soon-to-be-released results of IDP Connect’s Crossroads V survey, which captures the motivations, key drivers and intentions of international students with live applications and offers for the Fall 2021 intake.

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September 1, 2021 | IIENetwork Briefing: Support for Afghanistan and Haiti

IIE welcomed IIENetwork members and invited guests to an informational webinar to learn about IIE’s response to the recent crises in Afghanistan and Haiti. IIE leaders from several departments – Scholar Rescue Fund, Artist Protection Fund, Student Emergency Initiatives, and Philanthropy – spoke to the ongoing situations, the programs and initiatives supporting students, scholars, and professionals, and address various ways for institutions, organizations, and individuals to be involved in our efforts of support.

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September 23, 2021 | Research Roundtable: Project Atlas – International Mobility Trends and Insights from COVID-19

The Project Atlas Roundtable featured a conversation between leading hosts of international students from around the world. Panelists offered insight into international mobility trends in their country alongside shifting trends within their world region due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They shared information on the current state of international educational exchange in their country and highlighted how higher education institutions are supporting international students during this time.

  • Leah Mason, Head of Research, IIE
  • Marina Larrea, Ministry of Education, Argentina
  • Benedikt Brisch, Director DAAD North America, Director DWIH - German Center for Research and Innovation New York, German Academic Exchange Service
  • Hiroshi Ota, Professor and Director, Hitotsubashi University Global Education Program, Japan Student Services Organization
  • Nico Jooste, African Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation, South Africa Regional Universities Association, International Education Association of South Africa

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October 13, 2021 | We Are International Education: What Does that Mean in 2021?

We all know that the past two years have changed international education and mobility in immeasurable ways. Many have faced the most difficult years of their career. In addition to the global pandemic, racial justice movements challenged if our programs and workplaces were as accessible and equitable as we believed. Some authors from the latest IIENetworker magazine joined IIE for an open conversation on the state of the profession and what our near future looks like.

  • Julie Whitlow, Assistant Provost for Global Engagement, Salem State University
  • Sabine C. Klahr, Associate Chief Global Officer, Office for Global Engagement, The University of Utah
  • Amelia J. Dietrich, Director for Research and Resources, The Forum on Education Abroad

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Tuesday, November 16 | We Are International Education: A Conversation with IIE’s Office of the CEO

As IIE embarks on its second century of leading international education worldwide, the Office of the CEO will continue to drive IIE’s mission in innovating and responding to the global needs of students, scholars, and the wider higher education community. During International Education Week we sat down with Allan Goodman, CEO; Sarah Ilchman, co-President; Jason Czyz, co-President; and Courtney Temple, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer to hear their priorities for the organization, vision for the international education field, and what “We Are International Education” means to them. 

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Thursday, November 18 | University and Community Partnership Strategies for Supporting Refugees and Displaced Persons

Recent global crises have diversified populations of refugees and displaced persons. As many will find resettlement in the United States, universities are often well positioned to offer various forms of support. This can be achieved through leveraging community partnerships, campus services, and university expertise to ensure student success. This webinar explored strategies employed by Indiana University and Wake Forest University in coalescing networks of support and community engagement, as well as resources and tactics.

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