Future Change/Future Growth: Strategies for Global Success

2nd Annual Intensive International Education Leadership Institute

 

Postponed to 2020

 

About the Institute

Join this intensive institute to understand and meet the trends shaping the future of international education. Explore creative ways to position your internationalization strategies for success with cutting edge tools and approaches. This unique institute is designed for International Education leaders and emerging leaders who are challenged to position their programs and universities to thrive in the emerging policy and institutional environments. Major speakers will provide thought provoking views of global higher education dynamics and strategic frames to help you position your global programs to succeed and grow. Top experts will provide intensive professional development workshops to help you develop strong offense and defense for your internationalization efforts with concrete tools and lessons to meet your campus challenges.

Participants will engage with international experts and each other to -

  • Locate your home campus challenges in the larger global and national policy dynamic and learn of alternative strategies and lean process management approaches to take advantage of emerging trends and opportunities
  • Develop concrete strategies to engage your global alumni network, enhance your global brand, work with overseas partners to sustain and grow research partnerships and international student communities
  • Analyze the new dynamics of education abroad and learn to pivot engagement strategies to ensure a robust future and growing contributions to your campus’ learning culture and bottom line
  • Diversify your internationalization strategy by developing a keen understanding of the real demographics shaping the higher education pipeline and expanding learning communities in the US and globally
  • Use a critical incident framework to navigate immigration requirements and develop strategies to uphold professional standards and negotiate multiple, often competing interests in complex and unstable environment

Postponed to 2020

Intensive interactive workshops will help you develop your action strategies to position your international initiatives to thrive and grow as the current trends accelerate and new ones emerge.  Registrants select their choice of intensive workshop.

 

  • Mitigate Risk, Manage to Thrive: Critical Visa & Compliance Incidents
    Ron Cushing, IEL Fellow and Prof. Mitch Leventhal, Leaders
  • Lean Processes | Robust Operations: Optimizing International Capabilities
    David Di Maria, IEL Fellow, Leader
  • Building Capacity, Building Networks: Why Global Alumni Relations Matter
    Gretchen Dobson, IEL Fellow, Leader
  • Reimagining the International Office for Achieving Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad
    Josh McKeown, IEL Fellow, Leader
  • Virtual Exchange – Harnessing Technology to Internationalization and Curriculum
    Nancy L. Ruther, Strategic Initiatives Fellow, Leader
  • Meeting the Future: Succeeding in the New Education Abroad Landscape
    Brian Whalen, IEL Fellow, Leader

Speakers

Keynote

 

Karin Fischer

Senior Reporter, The Chronicle of Higher Education

 

A Sea Change? Navigating the Trump Administration’s

International Education Contradictions

Rajika Bhandari

Rajika Bhandari

Director, IIE Center for Academic Mobility Research & Impact

Who is Going Where and Why? Implications for Talent Flows and Knowledge Economies

Ron Cushing

Ron Cushing

Director, International Services, University of Cincinnati

David Di Maria

David Di Maria

Associate Vice Provost, International Education, UMBC

Gretchen Dobson

Gretchen Dobson

Director, President, Global Alumni Relations, Managing Director, Australia, Academic Assembly

Clay Hensley

Clay Hensley

Senior Director, International Strategy & Outreach, College Board

Red States, White Noise & Varsity Blues: How International Educators in the U.S. Can Take Command of Evidence to Prepare for the Future

Jason Lane

Jason Lane

Professor & Interim Dean, School of Education, University at Albany

Mitch Leventhal

Mitch Leventhal

Professor of Professional Practice & Entrepreneurship, Department of Educational Policy & Leadership, University at Albany

Josh McKeown

Josh McKeown

Associate Provost, International Education and Programs, SUNY Oswego

Nancy Ruther

Nancy Ruther

Principal, Gazelle International International, Strategic Initiatives Fellow, University at Albany

Jon Rubin

Jon Rubin

Director, COIL Consulting and Founder, SUNY COIL

Networked Education Comes of Age:
COIL Virtual Exchange 
Bruce Sillner

Bruce Sillner

Senior International Officer, Center for International Programs, SUNY New Paltz

Keynote Response “From the Trenches”

Brian Whalen

Brian Whalen

Chief Academic Officer & Dean of Education, Atlantis

Event Location

 

University at Albany

1400 Washington Ave

Campus Center West

Albany, NY 12222

Co-sponsored by:

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Albany, NY, 12222

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