University of Houston

Assistant Director Institute Global Engagement Events Open Until Filled Houston, TX

U.S. & Oceania Summit: Internationalization Across the Pacific in 2023 and Beyond | October 26, 2022

Join representatives from around the world for an international summit on October 26, 2022 in Auckland, New Zealand, at the University of Auckland’s Business School. This event is funded by the U.S. Department of State’s USA Study Abroad branch and U.S. Mission New Zealand.

All stakeholders in international exchange among Oceania and between Oceania and the United States are welcome, especially for decision-makers and senior staff.

The event will last all day (9:30 AM – 5:00 PM) on October 26, and includes an optional welcome reception on the evening of October 25 that starts at 7 PM. All attendees will receive a complimentary lunch as well as tea and snacks during the summit. All guests at the welcome reception will receive complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks.

This event is free of charge for all participants, but we request that you limit your registration to three (3) representatives from any single institution. There is a maximum registration limit of 120 participants for the summit. If you require financial assistance in attending the event, you can apply for a travel grant here. You will be informed whether or not you received these funds within two weeks of your application. If you require documentation as a part of the Visa process to travel to New Zealand, please email Malijewicz@isep.org.

The summit on October 26 will feature a welcome plenary and two synchronous session tracks. To aid in scheduling these sessions, we would like you to vote for your subject matter preferences. You may change your mind and the final subjects covered may change, but this information will allow us to schedule the event most efficiently. A full schedule will be delivered to all registrants in October.

IES Abroad: Study Abroad Film Festival | October 12, 2022

Yes, it’s true! After two years, our Study Abroad Film Festival is back in-person on October 12th at Venue SIX10 in Chicago! Grab friends and family and join us as we watch this year’s top study abroad films on the big screen, witness the live announcement of the winning film, and celebrate study abroad and film at our Film Festival reception!

University of Delaware

Assistant Director for Registration, English Language Institute Due September 30, 2022 Newark, DE

CET Academic Programs

Social Media Coordinator Due September 30, 2022 (Priority Deadline)/October 7, 2022 (Final Deadline) Washington, DC/Hybrid (Preferred) or United States/Remote

Denison University

 Assistant Director of International Student Advising & Career Coaching – Joshua Gory

US-Chile Talks Series One: Webinar 3 | December 21, 2022

Join us, the Center for Languages and Interculturality, for the third webinar in the series “US-Chile talks”.
This webinar will focus on SDG Number 10: Reduced Inequality.

USACH’s Daniela Alburquerque, Director of the Department of Comprehensive Training and Inclusion, will present along with Dr. Amy Paul-Ward from Florida International University about their work in Neurodiversity Inclusion through a linguistic and cultural lens representative of the US and Chile.

Tuesday, December 21st, 3:00 – 4:00 PM (GMT -3)

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Acompáñenos, el Centro de Lenguas e Interculturalidad, para el tercero seminario web de la serie “US-Chile talks”. Este webinar se centrará en el ODS número 10: Reducción de la Desigualdad.

Daniela Alburquerque, Directora del Departamento de Formación Integral e Inclusión de la USACH, presentará junto con la Dra. Amy Paul-Ward de la Universidad Internacional de Florida (FIU) su trabajo en la inclusión de la neurodiversidad a través de una lente lingüística y cultural representativa de los Estados Unidos y Chile.

Martes, 21 de diciembre, 15:00 – 16:00 (GMT -3)

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The William Jefferson Clinton Scholarship at AUD (U.S. Students Only)| Due October 15, 2022

The William Jefferson Clinton Scholarship at The American University in Dubai seeks to further the goals of the Clinton Foundation to strengthen the capacity of people in the United States and throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence. In partnership with The American University in Dubai, the program will provide American students based in the US the opportunity to expand their educational and cultural horizons by studying in the Arab world. President Clinton gave public recognition to this during his keynote Address at AUD’s Fifth Commencement (June 2002) in which he cited the multi-cultural composition of AUD’s student body consisting of over one hundred nationalities, as a microcosm of Dubai’s multi-ethnicity. In this spirit, the Clinton Presidential Foundation and AUD have established this program to encourage others to experience this diversity.

Humber College

 Associate Dean, Global Education and Partnerships – Rebecca Fitzgerald

Carnegie Mellon University

International Scholar Coordinator – Electrical & Computer Engineering Open Until Filled Pittsburgh, PA

Duke University

Director for the Undergraduate Research Support (Trinity College of Arts & Sciences) Open Until Filled Durham, NC

Duke University

Director of the International Programs Office (Fuqua School of Business) Open Until Filled Durham, NC

Binghamton University

Staff Assistant, Office of International Education and Global Initiatives Open Until Filled Binghamton, NY

New York University

Assistant Director, Graduate Affairs and Global Programs (School of Law) Open Until Filled New York, NY

Husson University

Immigration and Visa Services Coordinator Open Until Filled Bangor, ME

Husson University

Director of International Initiatives Open Until Filled Bangor, ME

Amizade

Global Creative Assistant Open Until Filled Pittsburgh, PA (Preferred)/Remote or United States/Remote

Barcelona SAE

Director of University Relations Anticipated Start Date: Mid-October 2022/Open Until Filled United States/Remote

Jacobs University

Recruitment Counselor & Admissions Officer Open Until Filled Bremen, Germany

University of Utah

Learning Abroad Coordinator Due September 30, 2022 Salt Lake City, UT/Hybrid

Alamo Colleges

Coordinator of International Programs – DIS – req8947 Due October 5, 2022 San Antonio, TX

Rockland Community College

Director English Skills Academy Due September 9, 2022 (Priority Deadline)/Open Until Filled Suffern, NY

Allegheny College

Assistant / Sr. Assistant / Associate Director of International Admission Open Until Filled Meadville, PA

Unintended Consequences of Internationalization in Higher Education

By presenting case studies of internationalization in institutions of higher education around the world, this volume identifies unforeseen or unintended impacts within and across countries.

With contributions from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and North America the volume considers the nature and origin of positive and negative consequences of internationalization policy and practice in national contexts, while also offering uniquely comparative insights. Chapters consider how internationalization is reflected in curricula, teaching, research, and mobility initiatives to highlight common pitfalls, as well as best practice for effective, sustainable, and equitable internationalization globally. Using a critical lens, the book explores how internationalization offers opportunities for learning, for entrepreneurial change, and for knowledge dissemination, and generates paradoxes and dilemmas in terms of political and ethical issues for individuals, communities, and the institutions themselves.

Foregrounding the study of internalization in countries not typically studied, this book is a valuable resource for researchers and academics with an interest in internationalization, comparative and international education, and the sociology of education.

2022 Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Conference | December 2 – 3, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic forever transformed how we think about education, access, and the tools we have at our disposal. We also live in a world of profound social changes, armed conflicts, and geopolitical alignments. What is the role of Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) in this changing world? To recognize and address these issues and simultaneously celebrate more than 30 years of the CLAC movement, we will host a conference with the theme “Cultures and Languages in a Changing World.” The conference seeks to encourage reflections on how CLAC is responding to our current times, taking stock of CLAC’s history, and asking what the movement will look like in the coming years.

2023-2024 Fulbright Irish Awards Now Open | Due October 27, 2022

The Fulbright Commission is eager to engage and energize Irish students, scholars and professionals with a suite of opportunities that make up the Fulbright Irish Awards 2023-2024. With a Fulbright Award, students, scholars and professionals can develop their academic or professional careers in the United States and engage in high-level research while serving as cultural ambassadors and building links between the U.S. and Ireland. Fulbright alumni join a distinguished international network.

Collaborative Toolkit Workshop Fall 2022 Series | October 4, 6, & 12, 2022

The Interdependence: Global Solidarity and Local Actions Toolkit is a collective on-line learning initiative to bring together educators, organizers, and learners who all share a commitment to building more just, inclusive, and sustainable communities.

The Toolkit is adapted in myriad ways; including for setting expectations in civic engagement projects or education abroad, pre-travel considerations of applied ethical research, preparing for place-based learning, cross-cultural/ international team building, in lieu of a textbook for a social/global issues course, as ‘flipped classroom’ group work, and beyond. The theme-based template allows users to scale their approach, picking and choosing from the multi-dimensional offerings to engage in many facets of one theme through different formats (visual, audio, text, discussion prompts, etc.). The pages are also designed so that learners can engage with them at their own pace, or along a set timeline; both synchronously and asynchronously.

Over 3 days and 8 hours in October (6 synchronous and 2 asynchronous), this professional development opportunity will take participants through concrete examples of how the Toolkit is being implemented and create space for participants to develop applications for their own institutional and organizational contexts.

Outcomes:

Become familiar with the content of the Toolkit and have several concrete examples of how it can be applied

Work on an individualized application of Toolkit content for participant contexts (workshop, course syllabus, pre-departure orientation, etc.)

Explore how to develop Toolkit content/contribute to its co-creation

Connect with others who are committed to building more just, inclusive, and sustainable communities.

Schedule:

3 – 2 hour sessions in October 2022

Participants need to attend all sessions

8 hours of engagement total (6 synchronous and 2 asynchronous)

Tuesday, October 4th 10-noon, Thursday, October 6th 10-noon and Wednesday, October 12th 10-noon EST

Costs:

$149 member and $399 non-members

IIGE Professional Development Series 2022 | September – November 2022

About the Seminar / Workshop Series
The objective of fostering the ability to communicate and cultivate values and ways of thinking as global citizens, the most fundamental aspect of international education, is about to take on an even more important position.

In the aftermath of the pandemic, and with everyone under the stress of external factors such as reduced economic activity and self-restraint, the past few years have seen the emergence of xenophobia, the exclusion or avoidance of different cultures and segments of the population with different backgrounds, and the attempt to protect their own people and communities by excluding them. Actions toward DEI, for example, to improve the gender gap, have been reported that it has further widened the gap due to the pandemic impact.

Those in the higher education sector must not forget once again the importance of implementing DEI and the need to nurture the younger generation who will be responsible for the future recovery so that diversity is firmly embedded in their thought processes. It is precisely because we are in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, and looking ahead to a post-COVID-19 society, that the mission of the international education field is extremely important.

The theme of the 2022 IIGE series is “Building Global Resilience.” We aim to nurture global human resources who can make their own decisions about what is important and what is not, and who are able to make their own decisions about what to do, rather than letting the flow of events take over them. The sub-theme is I.D.E.A. (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access). It includes a series of professional development programs that will include content that contributes to digital-based international education, with intention to expand access and international education to a wider and more traditionally underserved audience, as well as the three I.D.E. concepts.

IIGE will facilitate a timely and important dialogue on next-generation international education, featuring a combination of interactive workshops and webinars. Leading international education leaders from around the world will engage participants in forward-looking discussions of emerging technologies, modalities, and pedagogies for advancing next generation learning and engagement.

Villanova University

Study Abroad Advisor (Advisor or Senior Rank) Due September 30, 2022 Villanova, PA

Eckerd College

Assistant Director of Study Abroad Due September 30, 2022 St. Petersburg, FL

Morehouse College

Director of International Education Target Start Date January 5, 2023 Atlanta, GA

North Central College

Associate Director, Center for Global Education, International Student Services & Engagement Open Until Filled Naperville, IL

Includifi

 CEO & Founder – Andrew J. Gordon

Western Oregon University

Administrative Assistant, Study Abroad & Salem Campus (Limited Duration) Open Until Filled Monmouth, OR

Lamar University

Assistant Director, Study Abroad & Student Exchange Open Until Filled Beaumont, TX

University of Findlay

Senior Director for International, Intercultural, and Service Engagement Open Until Filled Findlay, OH

SUNY New Paltz

Temporary Study Abroad Advisor Open Until Filled New Paltz, NY

Virginia Tech

Application and Systems Coordinator Open Until Filled Blacksburg, VA

Roanoke College

Coordinator for Global Engagement Open Until Filled Salem, VA

Northwestern University

Assistant Director of Admission (Focus on International Outreach) Open Until Filled Evanston, IL

CIS Abroad

Site Director – Barcelona Open Until Filled Barcelona, Spain

UC Merced Study Abroad Fair | October 25, 2022

The University of California Merced is hosting its 12th annual fall Study Abroad Fair Tuesday, October 25, and the early bird registration rate ends after October 11! The UC Merced Study Abroad Fair is well-suited for exhibitors for study, volunteer, work, internship, or teach abroad organizations.

2023 Virtual Exchange Leadership | Due October 3, 2022

This 6-week institute will bring together 16 leadership teams from US and international higher education institutions to integrate Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) virtual exchange into their curricula and internationalization plans.

Cosmos Scholars Research Grants | Due November 1, 2022

The program provides grants to meet specific research needs not covered by other supporting funds, including, but not limited to, special supplies, travel, and unanticipated expenses that would enhance the work. Specifically excluded are general financial support, tuition, and living expenses (except in connection with supported travel.)