Geo-Political Climate Impact on Internationalization in Higher Education
Amir Reza, Vice Provost for International and Multicultural Education, will be among the panelists in a webinar – The New Geo-Political Climate and Its Impact on Internationalization in Higher Education: Latest Insights – on February 23, 2018, 2-3 p.m. EST.
About The Webinar
As the country approaches the one year anniversary of the new administration taking power, we will provide an update on shifting international education trends, policies affecting universities’ internationalization goals and how to support students in a challenging socio-political climate.
Gain insights into:
- How nationalism is affecting international student flows
- Case studies in the campus response to a shifting geopolitical climate
- Best practices for supporting international students.
Participants include Reza; Hans De Wit, Director, ‘Center for International Higher Education’ at Boston College (CIHE); Dan Ferguson, Ph.D. candidate, Oregon State University; Silje Immerstein (Moderator), Associate Director of Institutional Outreach and Training, WES.
Dr. Reza has held numerous positions in academic affairs, student affairs, and international education during the past 15 years at Babson College. He is currently Vice Provost for International and Multicultural Education, responsible for providing leadership for collaborative advancement of the college’s internationalization and efforts designed to create a more inclusive campus for students. Amir’s expertise includes international education, global competency, academic advising and personal support, and higher education administration. He holds a BA and MA from the University of Maine. He earned his PhD at Boston College’s Center for International Higher Education.