International Education Management alumni Yuki Ueda MAIEM ’17 and David Saide MAIEM ’15 recently completed the 2019 Academy for International Education, an an intensive yearlong training program.
Sponsored by NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the program focuses on developing leaders in international education through professional training, coaching, goal-setting, and project-based work. As one of the culminating projects of the program, Saide and Ueda each shared their knowledge by presenting with colleagues at the NAFSA Region 12 conference. Saide co-presented How to Design and Facilitate an Intercultural Communication Workshop as well as Forging Campus Connections to Support International Students with Conduct Issues. Ueda co-led a session entitled I’m With Her: Embracing and Supporting Women in Leadership. Saide and Ueda both credited their Middlebury Institute graduate program with providing them a foundation in the field on which they were able to build.
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