Members In the News
April 2006
Sunday, January 24, 2010
April, 2006:  AIEA Past President Stephen Dunnett and AIEA member Joseph Mestenhauser were keynote speakers at a two-day conference in Charleston WV on April 24-25 entitled "Internationalizing Higher Education in West Virginia." For a press release and further details, go to http://www.hepc.wvnet.edu/news/internationalconference.pdf
 
March 2006
Sunday, January 24, 2010
March, 2006: On March 31, 2006 the Institute of International Education held an all-day session in New York City on the topic "Lead Your Campus to the Top: Best Practices in Internationalizing the Campus."  Several current AIEA members including President Uliana Gabara, President-Elect William Brustein, Howard Rollins, Joseph Brockington, Margery Ganz, Mary Anne Grant, Geoffrey Bannister and Marian St. Onge presented papers at this conference.
 
March 2006
Sunday, January 24, 2010
March, 2006: AIEA members Darla Deardorff and Bill Hunter presented remarks at a March 30-31 symposium on "Best Practices in Global Citizenship" held at Lehigh University.
 
Feb 2006
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Feb 2006, Wash DC: On February 14, 2006, three members of AIEA presented remarks to the Committee to Review the Title VI and Fulbright-Hayes International Education Programs in Washington DC:  President Uliana Gabara (University of Richmond), President-Elect William Brustein (University of Pittsburgh) and Gilbert Merkx  (Duke University).  For further details, go to http://www7.nationalacademies.org/cfe/TitleVI_Fulbright_Hays_Announcement_1.html
 
Feb 2006
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Feb 2006, Wash DC: An article in the Chronicle of Higher Education looks at changes in the responsibilities of Stephen Dunnett, vice provost for international education at University of Buffalo, whose job when he joined UB in 1989 was to make sure that international students were adjusting to life in the U.S. and doing well academically, but now also includes developing overseas degree programs for foreign students who cannot -- or will not -- come to the United States to study. The article looks at his work in the context of the growing number of colleges nationally that are opening degree programs overseas, both for academic and business reasons. "We didn't expect so much demand," Dunnett says. "But since 9/11, many foreign students can't get to the United States, and they want UB degrees."  The article may be read online at http://www.buffalo.edu/news/pdf/Feb06/ChronicleDunnettIntlPrograms.pdf. Stephen Dunnett served as AIEA's President from Feb 2005-Feb 2006.
 
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