Session 3

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1100 - 1230hrs

Please note that sessions are subject to change.
 

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1100-1230hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 1

(1100-1145hrs) Managing Conflict Across Cultures: Preparing Our Graduates for Global Diversity

  • Speakers:
    Dr Jason PATENT
    Director, Robertson Center for Intercultural Leadership
    International House Berkeley, USA

    Ms Lauren MOLONEY-EGNATIOS
    Assistant Director, Robertson Center for Intercultural Leadership
    International House Berkeley, USA
     

(1145-1230hrs) An Innovative Co-curricular Program to Thrive in the 21st Century

  • Speaker:
    Mrs Burcu SARSILMAZ
    Director, Office of International Programs
    Koc University, Turkey

    Mrs Rena POLAT KORKMAZ
    Projects & Marketing Specialist
    Koc University, Turkey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 2

(1100-1145hrs) Curriculum to Promote Employability for Japan-bound International Students

  • Speaker:
    Professor Keiko IKEDA
    Vice-Director, Center for International Education
    Kansai University, Japan

    Dr Anak KHANTACHAWANA
    Assistant to the President for Internationalization
    King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

    Mr Hayato MORI
    Managing Director
    Mori Kosan Co. Ltd, Japan

 

(1145-1230hrs) Learning by Doing: Empowering Future-Ready Graduates

  • Speaker:
    Professor Hsiao-Wen WANG
    Associate Vice President
    National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

    Mrs Regina SONNTAG-KRUPP
    Dean of International Affairs
    Technische Universitt Darmstadt, Germany

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1100-1230hrs

 

 

 

 

 


Room 3A

(1100-1145hrs) Empowering Study Abroad Students through Online Support

  • Speakers:
    Professor Jane JACKSON
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Ms Sin Yu (Cherry) CHAN
    PhD student
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Ms Tongle SUN
    PhD student
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
     

(1145-1205hrs) Creating the ‘Global Graduate’ through Innovation in Technology and Employability

  • Speaker:
    Ms Sue WELLAND
    External Engagement, Careers Network
    The University of Birmingham, UK
     

(1210-1230hrs) Optimizing International Strategy Using Real-Time Data

  • Speakers:
    Mr Vik SINGH
    General Manager, Asia Pacific
    Hotcourses Group, Australia

    Miss Michelle HOSEMANN
    Marketing Manager
    Monash University, Australia

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1100-1230hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 3B

(1100-1145hrs) Mobility Trends and Global Strategies at Universities in California

  • Speakers:
    Ms Saroj QUINN
    Director, International Language and Professional Programs
    San Francisco State University, USA

    Dr Terrence GRAHAM
    Associate Dean/Executive Director for International Programs
    California State University, Long Beach, USA

    Ms Roxanne NUHAILY
    Associate Dean, International and Academic Affairs
    UC San Diego, Extension International Programs, USA

     

(1145-1205hrs) Bridging the Value of International Co-op between East & West

  • Speakers:
    Ms Shabnam (Shay) IVKOVIC
    Manager - International Mobility, Co-operative Education & Career Action (CECA)
    University of Waterloo, Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 


Room 4A

(1100-1145hrs) Study in Europe – How to Do Successful Transnational Branding

  • Speakers:
    Mrs Christiane SCHMEKEN
    Head of Division Marketing
    German Academic Exchange Service DAAD, Germany

    Mrs Louise WATTS
    Head of European Projects Department of External and Institutional Relations
    Campus France, France

    Professor Hazirah HASHIM
    Executive Director Asia-Europe-Institute
    University of Malaya, Malaysia
     

(1145-1205hrs) The Role of a Global Campus in International Student Mobility

  • Speaker:
    Professor Andrew WALKER
    President and Pro Vice-Chancellor
    Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia 
     

(1210-1230hrs) Academic Literacies of International Students from Culturally Diverse Backgrounds

  • Speaker:
    Mrs Suhasini GOPI
    Liaison Librarian
    Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

 

 

 

 

 

Room 4B

(1100-1145hrs) Nurturing Harmony through Low-Cost Mobility: Case Study of P2A

  • Speakers:
    Mr Adre Zaif RACHMAN
    Binus University, Indonesia

    Mr Jeroen SCHEDLER
    Rangsit University/P2A Secretariat, Thailand
     

(1145-1230hrs) Dual Awards, Friend or Foe?

  • Speaker:
    Mr. Christopher CRABOT
    Business, Law and Social Scences
    Nottingham Trent University, UK

    Dr David MCCONVILLE
    Institute of HRM
    National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan