THE Awards Asia | June 21, 2023
Widely known as the ‘Oscars of higher education’, the THE Awards were a fixture in the UK higher education calendar for 14 years, before we took this prestigious event overseas for the first time in 2019.
These awards offer a major international platform to recognise outstanding leadership and institutional performance, and celebrate the continent’s higher education excellence.
The response from entrants over the past four years has far exceeded our expectations, both in terms of the number, and their wide geographical spread. It is a great privilege for us and our panel of external judges to read about your proudest achievements.
For this fifth running of these awards, the glittering final ceremony will once again feature at the THE Asia Universities Summit, taking place at The Chinese University of Hong Kong on 21–23 June 2023. As a key part of this summit, which attracts senior delegates from across the region and beyond, we will bring even greater attention to the brilliant work of our finalists, and so to the diversity and dynamism of Asian and Middle Eastern higher education as a whole.
We very much look forward to receiving your entries once again.
HashtagHigherEd UK | April 20 – 21, 2023
HashtagHigherEd UK is a dedicated forum for higher education marketing and communications professionals to come together and share best practices in communication, marketing and branding strategies in a crowded and dynamic landscape.
Northern Arizona University
Assistant Director of International Student and Scholar Services Due January 3, 2022 Flagstaff, AZ
Large, Public Research Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 120,000
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Large, Public Research Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 90,000
Private Medium-Sized Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 90,000
Two Year Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 90,000
Large, Public Research Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 60,000
Private Medium-Sized institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 60,000
Two Year Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 60,000
Large Research Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 30,000
Private Medium-Sized Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 30,000
Two Year Institution, Annual Recruitment Budget of USD 30,000
Think Forward Summit | January 24 – 26, 2023
The field of global education & culture exchange is uniquely positioned to advance justice, diversity, equity and inclusion in and through its work locally, nationally, and internationally. To be effective, we must stay abreast of trends and developments in higher education, diversity & inclusion practices, and workforce development.
The 2023 Think Forward Summit will bring together thought leaders from across higher education, global education, and cultural exchange as well as senior leaders from the private and public sector to discuss future trends and challenges through the lens of global education and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Over the course of three days, experts from around the world will offer their perspectives on innovative and forward-thinking ideas on the role that global education and diversity, equity, and inclusion can play to address the challenges and opportunities that we face today and how we can prepare the next generation for a more globally inclusive world.
U.S. Power in International Higher Education
U.S. Power in International Higher Education explores how internationalization in higher education is not just an educational endeavor, but also a geopolitical one. By centering and making explicit the role of power, the book demonstrates the United States’s advantage in international education as well as the changing geopolitical realities that will shape the field in the future. The chapter authors are leading critical scholars of international higher education, with diverse scholarly ties and professional experiences within the country and abroad. Taken together, the chapters provide broad trends as well as in-depth accounts about how power is evident across a range of key international activities. This book is intended for higher education scholars and practitioners with the aim of raising greater awareness on the unequal power dynamics in internationalization activities and for the purposes of promoting more just practices in higher education globally.
Global Education Needs More Institutions Participating in Open Doors — Technology Can Help
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American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
Director of Innovative Global Education Initiatives – Veronica Onorevole
CAPA Online Journal
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education
Research in Higher Education
International Higher Education
Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education
Case Studies in International Education
Journal of International Students
Journal of Studies in International Education
Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad
The EdGE Podcast
The Living & Learning Podcast
The Legacy of International Education
Why do we do what we do? Is it worth the time, energy and effort to work in international education?
Foundational Reading for Education Abroad Scholar-Practitioners
The Fragility of our Democracy and the Challenge Posed to International Educators
Understanding the implications of the U.S. mid-term elections on international higher education. We can’t afford complacency. Featured series by Heidi Soneson and Marty Tillman.
Foundational Reading on U.S. Community College Education Abroad
The International Educator Podcast
World Wise Podcast
Young, Gifted and Abroad
Global Scholar Stories
20th IMISCOE Annual Conference | July 3 – 6, 2023
Inequalities invariably intertwine with migration. On the micro-scale, socio-economic inequalities shape the propensity to migrate. On a macro-scale, South-North and East-West dynamics act as migration drivers. Recent mobility-related debates include inequalities as developmental outcomes of migration, as an implication of social and economic remittances, and as an issue to be addressed by public policies. Inequality-related challenges are also discussed in the context of gender, ethnic and racial disparities, urban segregation, or labour market segmentation in receiving countries. Inequalities intertwine with migration knowledge production. Postcolonial power relations determine who gets to define the research agenda, who receives research funding and, consequently, who gets to theorise migration knowledge.
There is a growing need for scientific and political discussion on new inequalities and challenges for the future, such as the demographic, climate and technological changes, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the mass forced migration following conflicts such as the current war in Ukraine. As an efficient public response is still lacking, research and academic debates are much needed to support political decision-making processes. The focus on inequalities of the 2023 IMISCOE Annual Conference can facilitate the strengthening of topics in IMISCOE debates, from different methodological approaches (quantitative and qualitative) and various disciplinary focuses (including but not limited to economics, sociology, demography, political science, anthropology, law, history and geography).
For the 20th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Warsaw, we invite submissions of Individual Paper Proposals, Workshop Proposals and Panel Proposals that relate to the broad topic of migration and inequalities.
Global Inclusion 2023 | October 31 – November 3, 2023
Since 2013 Diversity Abroad’s annual conference has constituted the most comprehensive forum for education professionals, students and stakeholders committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in global education and cultural exchange.
Community, collaboration, learning and inspiration. For 10 years the annual Diversity Abroad conference has embodied these words. In fall 2023 the tradition continues in Chicago, IL as Diversity Abroad celebrates its 11th annual conference. As in prior years Global Inclusion 2023 will embody Diversity Abroad and its member community’s holistic approach to addressing and accelerating systemic and equitable change in all aspects of global education and cultural exchange, including:
International Students, Scholars & Exchange
Global Engagement at Home
Organizational & Career Development
Global Inclusion 2023 will be an opportunity to share innovations, build community, and collaborate to make progress towards a more sustainable and equitable future.
Careers in International Education: A Guide for New Professionals
Careers in International Education: A Guide for New Professionals is a practical guide to planning the first 5 to 7 years of a career in international education. Readers consider professional performance and context, practical tools and resources, and different career trajectories. The book includes essays from leaders in the field and a career action plan.
Making Global Learning Universal
2022 International Enrollment Management Survey
Senior International Officers (SIOs) in the Headwinds: Duty Of Care (Doc), Global Operations, And International Regulatory Compliance in the time of COVID-19
New Directions in International Duty of Care: Case Study Analyses
International Duty of Care Organizations
Over 40 EdTech Platforms You Need to Know About
Research Agenda on International Partnerships and Linkages – coming soon!
Research Agenda on International Student Services – coming soon!
Research Agenda on Education Abroad – coming soon!
Foundational Reading on International Students in Higher Education
Foundational Reading on Education Abroad & Employability
Foundational Reading on Grant Writing and International Education
Foundational Reading on Languages and International Education
Global Respectful Disruption Summit
COMPEAR and GoAbroad.com have formed a partnership to collaboratively highlight the experiences of the underrepresented around the globe, as well as how all of us can respectfully and actively disrupt practices and policies that make room for inequality and discrimination in international education.
The Global Respectful Disruption Summit is a joint effort to bring together like-minded individuals for learning and discussion. This will be real talk. This will be uncensored. This will highlight underrepresented voices.