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Institute for Leading Internationalization

December 30, 1899

 

An ACE Institute

The Institute for Leading Internationalization is designed for senior campus leaders with responsibility for internationalization, including senior international officers.

Class size will be limited in order to facilitate open discussions and small group work. Following the Institute, each participant will receive an assignment that will require collaboration with their immediate supervisor.

The Program

Day 1

  • The presidential perspective

Day 2

  • Comprehensive international strategy
  • Aligning international and institutional goals
  • Working with senior leadership

​Day 3

  • Making the case for internationalization
  • Partnerships and global engagement
  • Professional development for leaders on internationalization
Instructors

Campus executives, including presidents and provosts, will join experts on internationalization as they lead participants through simulations, case studies, and small group discussions.

Application Process and Registration

Applications will be open in early 2015.

Registration includes all instruction, materials, breaks, and meals while the Institute is in session. It does not include hotel rooms, ground transportation, or airfare. Hotel rooms are available at a discounted rate.

 

For more information, contact cige@acenet.edu.

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Program Dates

June 7-9, 2015

Alexandria, VA

 

Applications will open in early 2015. 

 

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