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CIGE Programs

December 30, 1899

 

Collaborate with CIGE experts and colleagues in the field to develop and advance internationalization initiatives on your campus. Click on the links below to learn more about our programs and how your institution can participate. 





The Internationalization Collaborative

The Internationalization Collaborative serves as a learning community that provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share ideas and help each other in furthering their international agendas. Each year ACE sponsors a meeting that brings together the leadership teams from each of the member institutions.

 
The Internationalization Laboratory

ACE's Internationalization Laboratory provides institutions with customized guidance and insight as they review their internationalization goals and develop strategic plans. A cohort of institutions participates over a two-year period.

 
ACE/AIEA Institute for Leading Internationalization

Developed in collaboration with the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA), the Institute is a three-day workshop designed for senior campus leaders with responsibility for internationalization, including senior international officers. The Institute also requires that each participant complete a follow-on project with their immediate supervisor.

 
The Leadership Network for International Education

The Leadership Network is an informal group that includes current and past members of the ACE Commission on International Initiatives and other presidents and chief academic officers who have indicated an interest in international education activities. Membership is open on request to any ACE member president or chief academic officer. The Leadership Network meets once a year.

 
Creating Global Citizens

With a grant from the U.S. Department of State, ACE is leading an exploration of internationalization efforts at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). ACE is working with a cohort of seven HBCUs as an internationalization learning community to identify the factors that enhance and impede the internationalization process at HBCUs and to disseminate findings from this action research project to the broader HBCU community.

 
At Home in the World

The Inclusive Excellence Group and CIGE at ACE are working together to engage higher education institutions in examining the collaboration potential between diversity/multicultural education and internationalization. Currently, ACE is working with a select group of eight institutions to advance new analytical frameworks, enhance pedagogy and develop innovative ways of fostering collaboration between internationalization and diversity/multicultural education on campus.

 
 
 

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