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Washington International Education Group

December 30, 1899

 

​ACE's Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE) convenes the quarterly meetings of the Washington International Education Group (WIEG), a network of higher education association staff members and government agency officers who meet to discuss issues relevant to the advancement of international education in the United States.

Topics at previous meetings include:

  • ​Strategic Partnerships for Global Engagement
  • Alternatives to Study Abroad: Technology & Experiential Learning
  • MOOCs and International Education
  • ​Global Rankings

If you are located in the DC metro area and would like more information on how to attend a WIEG meeting, please email cige@acenet.edu.

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