Assistant Director of International Student and Scholar Services Due January 3, 2022 Flagstaff, AZ
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 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.
As Seen in Campus Technology: Global Education Needs More Institutions Participating in Open Doors Research
Director of Innovative Global Education Initiatives – Veronica Onorevole
Why do we do what we do? Is it worth the time, energy and effort to work in international education?
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.
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.