Category: Education Abroad & Global Workforce Development

Webinar: Charting New Waters: Lay Offs in the Field of International Education

Here is the link to the Vimeo from the webinar which took place on April 17. I was speaking along with #Tom Millington and #Missy Gluckman: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/tommillington_charting-new-waters-layoffs-in-international-activity-6657292249379987456-Ownq/ Our goal was to open a dialogue on the immediate staffing changes being made by academic institutions… Continue Reading “Webinar: Charting New Waters: Lay Offs in the Field of International Education”

An Update: Campus Challenges and Opportunities in Devising Meaningful Processes of Career Integration

In 2014, the University of Minnesota’s Learning Abroad Center in collaboration with CAPA, sponsored the first-ever Career Integration conference. I had already been writing and speaking about this topic for a decade and I was grateful to be part of this program and submit… Continue Reading “An Update: Campus Challenges and Opportunities in Devising Meaningful Processes of Career Integration”

My latest book chapter on education abroad and employability

Coming out in July!! https://lnkd.in/dDuR2eN. My chapter in Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice, is with co-authors, C. Matherly & J. Wiers-Janssen on “Employability: How education abroad impacts transition to employment.” This is the latest in a series of chapters I’ve authored since 2012… Continue Reading “My latest book chapter on education abroad and employability”

New Book Chapter: “Linking learning abroad and employability”

Dr. Cheryl Matherly , Vice President & Vice Provost for International Affairs at Lehigh University, and I have co-authored a chapter in the just published volume on Internationalization and Employability by Routledge. Our chapter is on ” Linking Learning Abroad and Employability.”  Cheryl and… Continue Reading “New Book Chapter: “Linking learning abroad and employability””

Lisle International Global Seed Fund

This posting is a departure as it does not relate to any of my usual “categories.” However, it does relate to a 40-year commitment to the work of an American nonprofit called Lisle International [aka The Lisle Fellowship at its founding in 1936]…Lisle was… Continue Reading “Lisle International Global Seed Fund”

Purdue’s President Tauts a Selective Yale Academic Program as Means to…Break the Elitist Bubble for Students

When I read this opinion column of President Mitch Daniels in the Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/want-to-study-abroad-check-out-america/2019/03/11/8c5268a2-3492-11e9-af5b-b51b7ff322e9_story.html?utm_term=.78a22aaf179a, I was lost in a swirl of confusing thoughts. Could he really be citing a program (https://grandstrategy.yale.edu) which provided a two-month summer sojourn across America as an alternative model… Continue Reading “Purdue’s President Tauts a Selective Yale Academic Program as Means to…Break the Elitist Bubble for Students”

[Updated] 2020 Bibliography: Linking International Education to Student Employability & Career Development

Resources Supporting Student Integration of Education Abroad Experience With Career Planning

Originally posted on Global Career Compass:
Since I began writing and speaking on this topic about thirteen years ago, there has been an uptick in research – both academic and by large companies – and by several large private study abroad organizatons, to examine…

The Heavener School of Business at the University of Florida Gets It Right!

A workshop at the University of Florida Career Connections Center

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