Members In the News
March-April 2017

Congratulations to AIEA Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff on receiving the Martha Fitch Trigonis Individual Award at 2017 N.C. Association for International Educators (NCAIE) Annual Conference. Read more: Press Release (.pdf) 

Congratulations to AIEA President Hilary Kahn on being featured on the podcast FreshEd with Will Brehm. The recording is available: Framing the Global with Global Studies (Hilary Kahn).

AIEA statement quoted in The PIE News article "US: Trump’s revised travel ban threatens to ‘adversely impact’ HE" by Beckie Smith and Natalie Marsh. 

Congratulations to the following AIEA member institutions on receiving the 2017 Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization:

  • Comprehensive Award: Florida State University, University of Iowa, and the University of Pittsburgh
  • Spotlight Award: Spelman College, Texas Christian University, and the University of North Texas.  

Congratulations to the following AIEA members who presented at this year's Forum on Education Abroad Annual Conference: Jose B. Alvarez, Daniela Ascarelli, Girish Ballolla, Elizabeth Brewer, Zachary Frieders, Nick Gozik, Dana Gross, Laura Hammond, J. Kline Harrison, Jane Kucko, Amy Lancaster, Meggan Madden, Kristen Mallory, Scott Manning, Elaine Meyer-Lee, Patrick Morgan, Anthony Ogden, and Tracy Rundstrom Williams.


January-February 2017

AIEA Secretary Rodolfo Hernandez Guerrero will be speaking at the Tower Center Monthly Seminar Luncheon at Southern Methodist University on Wednesday, January 25th, on the future of the U.S.-Mexico relationship under President Donald Trump.

The PIE News article “US: Trump’s revised travel ban threatens to ‘adversely impact’ HE” highlights AIEA’s statements on the U.S. Executive Orders on Immigration.

Several AIEA members, including Past President William Brustein and current Membership Committee Chair Jeet Joshee, quoted in Chronicle of Higher Education article “Trump’s Travel Ban Leaves Students Stranded — and Colleges Scrambling to Help.

December 2016

AIEA member Mark Harris addressed the United Nations on December 1.

Congratulations to AIEA member Alea Cot on her recognition for outstanding service at the NAFSA Region III Regional Conference! 

AIEA member Rahul Choudaha published University World News article International Educators Build Bridges, Not Walls, which highlights AIEA's post-U.S. 2016 statement. 

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff spoke at the European COIL Conference in the Hague. 

AIEA members Rahul Choudaha and Di Hu published article titled  "Demonetization of Indian Currency To Impact Students Coming To Study In The U.S." in Forbes

October-November 2016

Congratulations to AIEA member Duleep Deosthale on receiving the 2016 EAIE President's Award.

Congratulations to the following AIEA members on their election to NAFSA leadership: Elaine Meyer-Lee, Michael Adewumi, Erich Dietrich, and Anne D'Angelo.

AIEA President-Elect Hilary Kahn spoke at Duke University. Her talk used Pacific Studies as her entry point and demonstrated the importance of rethinking binaries, particularly the dichotomy of global and area studies, and explored new ways to envision global studies and its impact.

Congratulations to the following AIEA Institutions on receiving a 2016 NAFSA Paul Simon Award

  • Paul Simon Award Recipients: College of William and Mary, and the University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Spotlight Award Recipients: Texas Tech University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

AIEA Members Cheryl Delk Le Good, David Di Maria, Jeet Joshee, Patricia Juza, George Kacenga, Daniela Locreille, Pia Wood, and Ian Wright all presented at the 2016 AIRC Conference. 

AIEA Members Joanna Regulska and Helen Gaudette presented workshop on Faculty and SIO Collaboration to Enhance Study Abroad Impact at the 2016 IIE Summit on Study Abroad. 

Congratulations to AIEA members William Archer, Melissa Banks, Brett Berquist, Gretchen Dobson, Elaine Meyer-Lee, and Douglas Proctor, who presented at the 2016 AIEC Conference.

Congratulations to the following member institutions for receiving Fulbright-Hays funding: 

Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Short-Term Awards: St. John’s University, University of Pittsburgh, Hendrix College, Towson University, University of Texas at San Antonio, Xavier University, and Mississippi State University.  

Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Long-Term Awards: Cornell University, and University of Georgia.   

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad: University of Arizona, University of California Berkeley, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles, University of California-San Diego, Stanford University, University of Colorado-Boulder, Yale University, Georgetown University, Emory University, Northwestern University, Harvard University, John Hopkins University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, Columbia University, Cornell University, New York University, Case Western Reserve University, University of Virginia, and University of Wisconsin. 

Title VI Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language Award: University of Arkansas, University of Arizona, Colorado State University, University of Colorado, University of Iowa, Western Illinois University, Western Kentucky University, University of Central Missouri, Western Michigan University, Rutgers University, University of Pittsburgh, Wofford College, and University of St. Thomas.

August-September 2016

AIEA Member 'Dimeji R. Togunde quoted in  article "Spelman College Is a Leader in Study Abroad Programs" in The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. 

AIEA member Margit Schatzman published article "Recognizing Refugee Qualifications" in University World News. 

AIEA Board Member Jennifer Robertson published article "Community College Student Perceptions of Their Experiences Related to Global Learning: Understanding the Impact of Family, Faculty, and the Curriculum” in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice. 

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff is the keynote speaker for the SIETAR Japan Conference, September 17-18, 2016 in Tokyo. Her keynote address is titled "Creating a Global Campus: Lessons Learned from Graduating Global-Ready Graduates." She is also an invited keynote speaker at the UMAP conference at Toyo University on September 23.

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff and AIEA members William Archer, Brett Berquist, Eveke de Louw, Gretchen Dobson, Winnie Eley, Jane Gatewood, Daniel Guhr, Nico Jooste, Sonja Knutson, Kees Kouwenaar, Anne Pakir, Leonie Patrick, Laura Rumbley, and John Wood presented at the EAIE Conference in Liverpook, UK September 13-17. 

July 2016

West Virginia University Provost Joyce McConnell is pleased to announce that Dr. William I. Brustein, formerly of The Ohio State University and former AIEA President, will lead WVU’s global enterprise as the Vice President for Global Strategies and International Affairs, effective August 31, 2016.

AIEA President Gil Latz quoted in article: „Germany Today 2016“: Internationale Kooperation für berufliche Perspektiven (German).  

AIEA Member institution Cornell University featured in Cornell Chronicle article Laura Spitz on Cornell's Mission of Global Engagement

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff was one of the invited participants in the US Dept of Education's Cultural and Global Competences Convening on Thursday, July 28.


June-July 2016

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff and members Anthony Ogden, Bernhard Streitwieser, and John Dirkx contributed to The Handbook of Research on Study Abroad and Outbound Mobility.

AIEA Immediate Past-President Jenifer Cushman appointed Chancellor at Penn State Beaver. 

AIEA President Gil Latz quoted in University World News article from the 2016 NAFSA Conference.

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