Session 5

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1600 - 1730hrs

Please note that sessions are subject to change.
 

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1600-1730hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 1

(1600-1645hrs) Impact of Disney International Program on Graduate Employment Outcomes

  • Speakers:
    Ms Bronwyn JENKINS-DEAS
    Associate Dean
    University of California, Riverside, USA

    Assoc Prof Eiko UJITANI
    Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Japan

    Assoc Prof David WILLIAMS
    Josai International University, Japan
     

(1645-1705hrs) Global Professional Training: A Professional Spin on Campus Internationalization

  • Speaker:
    Ms Thuy NGUYEN
    Program Coordinator
    The University of Texas at Austin, USA
     

(1710-1730hrs) The New Student Profile: The Future is Here

  • Speaker:
    Dr Fernando MATA CARRASCO 
    Provost
    Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

 


Room 2

(1600-1645hrs) Developing Students’ Cross-Disciplinary Skills at the Time of Technological Change

  • Speaker:
    Dr Chih-Wei LUO
    Associate Vice President
    National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

    Asst Prof Rumi TOKUNAGA
    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    Chiba University, Japan
     

(1645-1705hrs) Global-readiness and Intercultural Development: Chinese STEM Students in Study Abroad

  • Speaker:
    Ms Tongle SUN
    PhD student
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
     

(1710-1730hrs) Empowering Future-ready Graduates the SUTD Way

  • Speaker:
    Dr Nachamma SOCKALINGAM
    Assistant Director
    Singapore University of Technology & Design, Singapore

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1600-1730hrs

 

 

 

 

 

Room 3A

(1600-1645hrs) Artificial Intelligence - Changing the Face of International Student Recruitment

  • Speakers:
    Ms Sasha HAMPSON
    Pearson Education Australia

    Mr Fraser CARGILL
    EduWorld, Australia
     

(1645-1730hrs) Industry 4.0 is Not Scary! Internationalised Programs across the University

  • Speaker:
    Ms Carolyn CHONG
    Dean, Global Relations and Strategy
    Swinburne University of Technology. Australia

    Professor Monica KENNEDY
    Pro Vice-Chancellor International
    Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

27 March 2018, Tuesday, 1600-1730hrs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 4A

(1600-1645hrs) Sustaining Partnerships at Scale: A US-China Case Study

  • Speakers:
    Dr Amy CONGER
    Assistant Vice Provost & Director of Global Engagement
    University of Michigan, USA

    Professor James Paul HOLLOWAY
    Vice Provost for Global Engagement & Interdisciplinary Academic Affairs
    University of Michigan, USA

    Professor Peisen HUANG
    Dean
    University of Michigan - Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, China
     

(1645-1730hrs) Competing on American Soil Exploring U.S. Student Recruitment for APAIE Universities

  • Speaker:
    Mr Clay HENSLEY
    Senior Director, International Higher Education Outreach
    The College Board, USA

    Ms Jasmine SEAH
    Senior Associate Director, Admissions & Financial Aid
    Yale-NUS College, Singapore

    Mr Dary MILANI
    Director International Enrolments & Partnerships
    The University of Newcastle University, Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 


Room 4B

(1600-1645hrs) A Paradigm Shift in Strategic Initiatives:The Globalization of Korean Universities

  • Speakers:
    Professor Christine AHN
    Vice President of International Affairs
    Sogang University, South Korea

    Professor Chong Jin OH
    Dean of International Affairs
    Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea
     

(1645-1730hrs) Blended Learning in Mobility: Effective Program Delivery, Support and Assessment

  • Speakers:
    Dr Kirrilee HUGHES
    CEO & Partner Director
    AFS Intercultural Programs, Australia

    Ms Rebecca HALL
    Executive Director, International Education and Training
    Trade and Investment Queensland, Australia

    Ms Linda STUART
    Education and Training Specialist
    AFS Intercultural, USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Room 3B

(1600-1645hrs) Beyond Words:  A Three Continent Perspective on Building Strategic Partnerships

  • Speakers:
    Ms Katherine BEAUMONT
    Senior Director, Global Learning
    University of Toronto, Canada 

    Ms Leonie PATRICK
    Director, Sydney Global Mobility
    University of Sydney, Australia

    Professor Rasmus Feldthusen
    Professor of Law
    University of Copenhagen, Denmark
     

(1645-1730hrs) Next Generation Perspectives on Internationalisation: Siberia, Between Centre and Periphery

  • Speakers:
    Dr Douglas PROCTOR
    Director of International Affairs
    University College Dublin, Ireland

    Ms Dina UZHEGOVA
    PhD Candidate, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
    The University of Melbourne, Australia