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Beyond Covid-19: What’s Next for International Higher Ed

International education has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. As many international students pursue their studies online this semester, study abroad and foreign exchange programs have been cancelled. In a world with little travel, closed borders, and surging infections, many are asking: what is next for international higher ed?

Join The Chronicle for a virtual forum that examines the ways in which higher ed can evolve for the future and the positive developments that may, in fact, emerge from the Covid-19 crisis.

Our panel of experts and college leaders will discuss:

  • Integrating international perspectives into the curricula
  • Creating global experiences that do not involve study abroad
  • Innovating online programs for the current environment

Panelists include:

  • Karin Fischer, Senior writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • Stephanie Doscher, Director, Office of Global Learning Initiatives, Florida International University
  • Ahmad M. Ezzeddine, Associate Vice President, Educational Outreach and International Programs, Wayne State University
  • Cheryl Matherly, Vice President and Vice Provost, International Affairs, Lehigh University
  • Harvey Charles, Professor of International Education, State University of New York at Albany

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