Tag Archive: providers

Summer Project: Renew Faculty-led Provider Partnership

The semester is finally over, and we get a bit of time to breathe (at least, I hope you do!) and work on projects that take some time and thoughtfulness. I have been doing a lot of thinking this year…
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Forum Conference Session: Business Transaction or Educational Partnership?

My friend Lisa Chieffo from the University of Delaware and I have teamed up to lead a Forum conference session on developing guidelines for the business relationship between universities and providers on faculty-led programs. I know there are many of…
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Seminars International Turns 50!

We are excited to announce that Seminars International is celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2018! A lot has changed in study abroad since 1968, and some things are a constant. We are looking forward to remembering the past and thinking…
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New Data on Short-term Programs in Asia

The Asia Institute, a provider for education abroad programs in Asia, has published interesting data in its annual report on programs in Asia over the past several years. AI surveys several hundred faculty across US institutions to discover what’s new,…
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Back to School Thoughts on How to Earn Respect as an International Educator

Tony Ogden from Michigan State has recently published three interesting articles on LinkedIn onĀ  “The Future of Education Abroad: On Establishing a Profession”. In the second of the articles, Tony lays out his aspirations for our profession: “Lest we become…
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Providers: A Key Resource

The most recent issue of the Seminars International newsletter Compact has just been published. We are highlighting the concept of resourcefulness–a skill all education abroad professionals possess! In particular, we focus on how providers can add to your resources–when you…
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