Lecture | March 31 | 4-6:00 p.m. | Ida and Robert Sproul Rooms | International House
| 2299 Piedmont | Berkeley, CA 94720-1922 | RSVP
A series of crises now may be challenging how much international education is embraced U.S. campuses. The concern about “spies” on campus, for example, has marginalized many Senior International Offices on campuses, with administrators focused on government affairs and regulatory issues taking more of a lead. How shall we promote international education to all in an environment of rising nationalism around the world and current concern for cross-border health and safety?
Karin Fischer | Senior Reporter, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Meredith McQuaid | Associate Vice President and Dean of International Programs, University of Minnesota
Harvey Charles | Dean for International Education and Vice Provost for Global Strategy, University at Albany, SUNY
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