October 2015

AIEA Treasurer (and Past President) Gil Merkx and AIEA member Riall Nolan's book Internationalizing the Academy: Lessons of Leadership in Higher Education now available from Harvard Education Publishing Group. This  is the first book to offer a detailed look at efforts to bring ambitious and expanding portfolios of international programs to US campuses. Contributors include AIEA Past Presidents John Heyl, John Hudzik, Maria Krane, Uliana Gabara, Maria Krane, Bill Lacy, Jack Van de Water and longtime AIEA members Howard Rollins and Joe Brockington. 

AIEA Board Members Hilary Kahn and Jennifer Robertson, and members Scott Manning, Dona Cady, Rebecca Hovey, Hilary Landorf, Stephanie Doscher, Jiangyuan Zhou, Roger Brindley, and Jill E. Blondin presented at the AAC&U Global Learning  in College Conference: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Institutional Roadmaps from October 8-10, 2015 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  

AIEA Past President John Hudzik and member Sean Manley-Casimir presenting at the Conference of the Americas on International Education (CAIE): Internationalization of Innovation, Science, and Technology: Building an Inter-American Agenda from October 20-22 in Quito, Ecuador. 

AIEA Immediate Past President Harvey Charles speaking at the IUPUI Assessment Institute on October 25-27, 2015 in Indianapolis, IN. 

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff and members Fanta Aw and Madeleine Green presenting at The Internationalization of Higher Education: Moving Beyond Mobility, October 28-30, 2015 in Siena, Italy.

AIEA member Fanta Aw presenting at the AIEC Conference on October 6-9, 2015. 

AIEA member Rahul Choudaha is presenting on “The Rise of 'Glocal' Students and New Models Of Transnational Education” at OECD Conference on Higher Education Futures in Singapore. He also was published in the Guardian in "How China Plans to Become a Global Force in Higher Education," an article that shares three major trends related to the internationalization of Chinese higher education that will help institutions create informed strategies.

Victor Savicki and AIEA member Elizabeth Brewer have edited a book due out in October 2015 from Stylus Press.  The primary audience for Assessing Study Abroad:  Theory, Tools, and Practice is practitioners charged with assessing student learning outcomes.