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ACE Webinar Will Highlight Mapping Data and Explore Higher Education Internationalization

January 10, 2018

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​An upcoming webinar hosted by ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement​ (CIGE) will cover higher education internationalization in the United States and around the world, exploring recent trends, hurdles, and opportunities going forward. Registration is now open. 

Mapping Internationalization: On U.S. Campuses and Around the World” is part of ACE's International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders series and will take place Tuesday, Jan. 23 from 2-3:00 p.m. (EST).

 The webinar will highlight key findings from ACE’s 2017 Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses report, as well as examine global trends in internationalization based on a cross-national analysis of data from nine countries. Speakers will also address the impact of current global and national political climates on internationalization efforts.

Registration includes:

  • Exclusive early access to a printed brief featuring 11 articles by expert authors that explore internationalization efforts in a variety of national contexts.
  • Participation in the live webinar, including a Q&A session with the presenters.
  • Access to a recorded version of the webinar after the live event.

Confirmed speakers are Hans de Wit and Laura Rumbley from the Boston College Center for International Higher Education, and CIGE’s Robin Matross Helms.

Past and current participants in the following ACE programs are eligible for a 25 percent discount on the registration fee: Institute for Leading Internationalization; ACE Internationalization Laboratory; ACE Fellows Program; ACE Institute for New Presidents; ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers; and Chief Academic Officer and Chief Business Officer Workshop. 

With questions and to obtain the discount code, please email Helms at cige@acenet.edu​.

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