FREE LIVE WEBINAR
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21st
8AM PACIFIC | 9AM MOUNTAIN | 10AM CENTRAL | 11AM EASTERN TIME
Tara Harvey, Ph.D., True North Intercultural
✔ Why I’ve been on a more than decade-long quest to rethink international education.
✔ The relationship between international education and intercultural learning.
✔ What we’re overly focused on regarding international education and where our attention should be instead.
✔ How you can play a part in fostering intercultural learning at your institution, no matter what your role.
I've been in the field of international—now intercultural—education for almost 20 years. I’ve worked in practically every area of the field—language learning, international student services, study abroad—in both administrative and teaching roles, and for universities as well as an international program provider. I’m passionate about the potential of international education, but I also know we’re far from achieving that potential much, if not most, of the time. So I’ve been on a quest to learn how to make intercultural learning opportunities—at home and abroad—as transformative and impactful as possible, not just for our students, but for everyone involved. I’d like to share with you a little of what I’ve learned along the way, and challenge us all to rethink how we're approaching international education.