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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 Laboratory
​​​The Internationalization Laboratory

Provides customized guidance and insight to ​​help colleges and universities achieve their intern​ationalization goals.

​The Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization
​The Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization

An annual meeting of college and university presidents, chief academic officers (CAOs), and senior international officers to explore strategies for advancing internationalization.

​The Internationalization Collaborative
The Internationalization Collaborative

Offers faculty and administrators the opportunity to come together as a learning community to address challenges, share ideas and help one another implement comprehensive internationalization strategies at our member institutions.

​The Institute for Leading Internationalization

The Institute for Leading Internationalization

Designed to improve the effectiveness for anyone who has a critical role in advancing internationalization on their campus.

​​The Washington International Education Group​

 A network of higher education association staff members, government agency officers, and representatives of institutions in the D.C.-Metro area who meet to discuss issues relevant to the advancement of international education in the United States.


​Internationalization Through Technology
​Internationalization Through Technology

Using virtual exchange, collaborative online international learning (COIL), and similar methods, CIGE advocates in favor of cost-effective and accessible uses of technology that advance global learning, intercultural s​​​kills, and cross-border collaboration for a greater number of postsecondary students.

Creating Global Citizens
Creating Global Citizens

An ACE project 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
At Home in the World

An ACE initiative to advance new analytical frameworks, enhance pedagogy and develop innovative ways of fostering collaboration between internationalization and diversity/multicultural education on campus to reach the ultimate goal of creating synergistic learning environments that empower students.


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Save t​he Date​

2018 Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization 

 Thursday, November 1, 2018
Washington, DC

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2019 Internationalization Collaborative​
Saturday, January 19, 2019 
​San Francisco, CA


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