It is not too late to register for this year's Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization, which will examine how to integrate a broad range
of innovative technology like interactive e-learning classrooms and online degree programs into an institution's internationalization strategy.
College and university presidents, chief academic officers, chief data information and technology officers, and senior international officers are invited to the annual forum, taking place Thursday, Nov. 1, in Washington, DC.
Click here to register.
- Krishna Rajagopal, dean, Office of Digital Learning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Eva Paus, professor of Economics and Carol Hoffmann Collins, director, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives, Mount Holyoke College (MA)
- Karen Ferguson, provost and vice president, Strategic Innovation, Colorado State University Global
- Nithy Sevanthinathan, director of International Student Services, Houston Community College
- Michael W. Matier, vice president, Client Engagement, Academic Analytics
- Paul LeBlanc, president, Southern New Hampshire University
- Rahul Choudaha, executive vice president, StudyPortals
- Sally Crimmins Vilella, associate vice chancellor for Global Affairs of the State University of New York
- Wolfgang Schlör, associate provost, International Initiatives, Georgia State University
- Donna Anderson, director, Office of International Programs, University of Wisconsin Platteville
Sessions will address questions about the use of technology to strengthen services and support for international students; how senior leaders can coordinate and sustain various forms of global online programs; when technology is not the answer for internationalization; and how senior leaders can evaluate the costs and benefits of investing in new technologies.
The full agenda can be found here.
Institutional teams of up to three individuals are encouraged to attend. Discounts are available for groups of three.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-939-9313.