Internationalization in Action features institutional strategies and good practices gathered from participants in CIGE programs and other higher education experts engaged in internationalization. Topics rotate regularly, and each installment includes examples, sample documents, and advice from a variety of institutions. We welcome your contributions!
International Partnerships: A Four-Part Series
Part 4: From Strategy to Implementation - Launching and Managing Individual Partnerships
International higher education partnerships are increasing in number, and expanding in the goals they address and forms they take. This four-part series explores the nature and practice of international partnerships, and the institutional planning and support necessary for their success.
With a signed partnership agreement as a starting point, this installment explores how to launch a new international partnership, and ensure that it reaches its full potential. The nine step process presented will help partnership managers establish a foundation for collaboration, navigate key decision points in the partnership lifecycle, and promote a robust relationship that adapts to changing needs and expectations.
Written by: Chad Hoseth, Director, International Initiatives, Colorado State University
With contributions by: Lucia Brajkovic, Senior Research Specialist, ACE and Yingjia Zhang, Research Associate, ACE
Edited by Robin Matross Helms, Director for Internationalization and Global Engagement, ACE
Prior Installments of the International Partnerships Series
Other Internationalization in Action Series
Internationalizing the Co-Curruculum
Focusing internationalization efforts on the co-curriculum is essential for the kind of deep, transformational learning that international education promises. This three-part series focuses on student learning that takes place outside the classroom.
This special edition of Internationalization in Action features insights and examples from the ACE-SUNY COIL Center Internationalization Through Technology Awards.
Internationalizing the Curriculum
For many institutions, student learning is – and should be – at the heart of internationalization. This four-part series explores how colleges and universities can bring a global dimension to all levels of the curriculum.
The Internationalization Committee
This inaugural installment of Internationalization in Action outlines steps for establishing and running a successful internationalization committee, which is a key mechanism for advancing internationalization at many institutions.
Strategies for Success (January 2013)