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Abroadia’s Global Thoughts Series

Jun 15, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada) On June 15th, Dr. Barry Gan, professor of philosophy at St. Bonaventure will speak to us about peace studies and international education. The session is free and open to anyone. It will begin at 2pm EST and you can register via this link http://bit.do/abroadia-globalthoughts-gan. 

Stamped

During International Education Week 2019, STAMPED <http://anchor.fm/STAMPED>the study abroad podcast was born! In addition to the podcast, the blog  <http://www.stampedbytravelgene.com/> highlight these stories. Both the podcast and blog serve as the foundation for future plans to engage in dialogue around racial diversity in international education. To watch the journey unfold or to nominate a future…

AIEA Town Hall Discussion on how international education leadership can contribute to social and justice?

Friday, June 12, 1:00pm EDT Interested in this Friday's Town Hall Discussion on how international education leadership can contribute to social and justice? A few publications may be of interest prior to the Town Hall: AIEA: Five (more) reasons why diversity and international offices must collaborate (Christopher Johnstone, University of Minnesota, Fall 2014) http://ow.ly/zwZ750A3c3a Diversity Abroad:…

U.S.-Japan Rapid Response Virtual Exchange/COIL Transformation Lab Info Session

June 11, 2020 at 08:00 p.m. ET ACE and Kansai University’s Institute for Innovative Global Education (IIGE) are offering intensive training and support to U.S.-Japan higher ed partners in adapting their education or exchange programs into quality-assured, high-impact virtual exchange/collaborative online international learning (VE/COIL) programs. Join this webinar to learn about the program and receive…