Comprehensive Internationalization: Faculty Policies and Practices Section 1 ContentAs the primary drivers of teaching and research, faculty play a pivotal role in campus internationalization. Institutional policies and support mechanisms ensure that faculty have opportunities to develop international competence and are able to maximize the impact of these experiences on student learning. Tenure and promotion policies. Tenure codes state explicitly that international work and experience should be considered in tenure and promotion decisions. Hiring guidelines. International background, experience and interests are among the criteria upon which faculty candidates are evaluated. Faculty mobility. Faculty have opportunities to teach, conduct research and attend conferences abroad. Administrative and funding mechanisms support faculty participation in outside programs (e.g. Fulbright). On-campus professional development. 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Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account Read More Video June 11, 20208:00 PM to 9:00 PM U.S.-Japan Rapid Response Virtual Exchange/COIL Transformation Lab Info Session News June 5, 2020 As uncertainty about in-person learning and physical mobility at U.S. institutions of higher education persists, ACE is working in partnership with the global higher education community to keep global higher education connected. Read More News June 5, 2020 ACE Provides Rapid Response to the Suspension of In-person Global Education and Exchange Programs Video June 4, 20202:00 PM to 3:00 PM Join Kara Godwin to learn more about ACE’s Internationalization Laboratory, a selective learning community and strategic planning process for institutions to build comprehensive global engagement practices. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video June 4, 20202:00 PM to 3:00 PM Internationalization Lab Information Session & Provost Interview Video June 1, 2020 When teaching is linked to the broader set of career-relevant skills, learners become more adaptable and have more agency in their professional lives, which can help them navigate the post-COVID workplace. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video June 1, 2020 Rethinking Career-Relevant Instruction in Pandemic Times Program ACE is working closely with the global higher education virtual exchange community to strategize effective ways to equip institutions with the skills and resources to adapt their physical education to virtual exchange. Read More Program Rapid Response Virtual Exchange/COIL Transformation Lab: U.S.–Japan News May 26, 2020 While international education remains at the center of the current crisis, there is an opportunity for it to lead the way forward as colleges and universities pivot from emergency management to planning for longer-term impact. Read More News May 26, 2020 Develop a Resilient Internationalization Strategy with the ACE Internationalization Lab News May 21, 2020 Amid rumors that the Trump administration may impose new restrictions on international students who want to work in the United States after graduation, ACE and nine other associations sent a letter to the White House this week requesting a meeting. Read More News May 21, 2020 Associations Call on White House to Consider the Importance of International Students in Its Review of Optional Practical Training Video May 11, 2020 This webinar addresses the purposes of assessment, innovative strategies for learners to demonstrate their knowledge, and special considerations related to assessment rigor and security in the COVID-19 era. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video May 11, 2020 Making Assessment Meaningful, Rigorous, and Secure During and Beyond COVID-19 Video May 8, 2020 Lindsey Myers and Erin Baldwin outline ACE’s new Learner Success Lab (LSL). The webinar will include an opportunity for interested institutions to ask questions prior to the May 18 application deadline. Only on ACE Engage—Create your account! Read More Video May 8, 2020 Learner Success Lab Information Session (None) This Observatory is where ACE tracks regular updates on partnership activity between higher education institutions and other actors that are interested in advancing U.S.-Mexico higher education engagement. Read More (None) U.S.-Mexico Higher Education Observatory News April 28, 2020 ACE is working closely with the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) to promote resources that aid faculty making the transition to online learning following campus closures due to the coronavirus. Read More News April 28, 2020 ACE and ACUE Support Faculty Development and Student Success During COVID-19 Crisis News April 20, 2020 The Learner Success Lab (LSL) will guide institutions through a strategic planning process designed to improve completion, career exploration, and workforce readiness, particularly among traditionally underrepresented learners. 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Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video April 14, 2020 Provosts’ Perspectives on Internationalization: COVID-19 Edition Video April 10, 2020 Pose your campus's specific challenges to Southern New Hampshire University's technical and training experts. Explore how to access stopgap technology resources and maximize use of institution-endorsed tools. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video April 10, 2020 Navigating Technical Challenges of a Rapid Shift Online Video April 9, 2020 In this webinar, better understand what students need to adapt to online learning, and classroom management techniques faculty will need to be successful. Give students the resources to meet new expectations. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Read More Video April 9, 2020 Supporting Students New to Learning Virtually Video April 8, 2020 Learn how to provide faculty the tools needed to transition online. 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