INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (IIE) EVENTS
The Open Doors 2020 Data Release were released on November 16. Watch the VIDEO RELEASE here. Representatives from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Institute of International Education released findings from the 2020 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.
Thursday, Nov 19
Now More than Ever: DEI in Global Programming, 11:00am ET
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. Panelists and locations include:
- Ethiopia Abebe, Lead, Ethiopia and Sub Saharan Africa (Addis Ababa)
- Jonathan Lembright, Head, Southeast Asia (Bangkok)
- Nichole Johnson, Director, Private Sector Program Development (NYC)
- Evgenia Valuy, Lead, Evaluation and Learning (NYC)
- Michelle Pickard, Director, Gilman International Scholarship Program (Houston)
- Akta Sawhney, Senior Program Specialist (New Delhi)
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.
NAFSA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK CAMPUS CONNECTION
Cost: $89 for non-members
More information here: https://www.nafsa.org/programs-and-events/nafsa-iew-campus-connection
Monday, November 16
Our Future: The Next Four Years, 1:00pm- 2:30pm ET
Examine the outcome of the 2020 U.S. election and how it will impact international education, diplomacy and engagement with the world.
Tuesday, November 17
Social Justice & International Education: Exploring the Intersections, 10:00am- 1:00pm ET
Wednesday, November 18
NAFSA Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization Presidential Panel and Award Recognition, 1:00pm-2:30pm ET
Recognize the achievements of the 2020 NAFSA Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization winners and join us for a live Presidential Panel.
Thursday, November 19
Perspectives on Engaging Today’s Students, 1:00pm ET
Friday, November 20
Fall 2020 NAFSA Research Symposium: A Critical Discussion of Theories, Methodologies, and Practices in International Education, 9:30am-1:30pm ET